For more information, contact Erik Litzenberg with the city fire department at 955-3111 or call the New Mexico Department of Health, 476-2600.
What does NMDOH stand for?
NMDOH stands for New Mexico Department of Health
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A1/2Just because you can't see the fire doesn't mean there isn't an effect from the smoke blowing into the state,e said Chris Minnick, a spokesman for the New Mexico Department of Health.
We tried to make it as easy as possible to have a quick discussion about where people could walk," Anna Hargreaves, MPH, MA, health educator for the New Mexico Department of Health and the program's coordinator, told The Nation's Health.
Tanuz, who is a contractor to the New Mexico Department of Health for the Tuberculosis and Refugee Health Program in Santa Fe, has been a nurse for 34 years.
For example, health data from the New Mexico Department of Health should be associated with information about the water supply in individual localities.
Bubonic plague was confirmed in a teenaged boy in July, according to the New Mexico Department of Health.
Information: New Mexico Department of Health, 1190 South Saint Francis Drive, PO Box 26110, Santa Fe, NM 87502-6110, 505-827-2613, e-mail: tduker@mercury.
And they are reviewed by the Physician Administrator of the Infectious Disease Bureau of the New Mexico Department of Health.