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New Mexico's Health Indicator Data & Statistics
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Neighborhood and Built Environment
Social and Community Context
Health Care Access
Maternal and Child Health
The model below shows health factor conditions which lead to health outcomes. Some health factors, such as race and age, cannot be modified but are included in the model because they play a role in individual and population health outcomes. Many health factors, on the other hand, can be modified. One of the roles of public health practitioners is to work with individuals and communities to improve modifiable health factors so that health outcomes will improve. The Health Topic pages provide basic information and links to related data and reports.
View quick introduction video that describes what Health Topics provide.
Community Profile Reports by Geography
Urban and Rural Counties
Community Profile Reports by Population Group
About Community Data
Community reports provide a summary of baseline conditions and trends in a community and study area. It establishes the context for assessing potential impacts and for project decision-making.
View quick introduction video that describes what the Community Profile reports provide.
View a list of Community Health Status Indicators
Find Indicator Report by
Filterable list of all indicator reports sorted alphabetically by title.
Primary Data Source
Filterable list of all indicator report titles grouped by data sources.
Health Department Authoring Program
Filterable list of all indicator report titles grouped by program/owning organization.
Searchable, Sortable, Filterable Table
Table of all indicator reports with titles, data sources, organization, view titles, and published date.
Table of all demographic indicator reports.
Community Health Status
About Health Indicators
Health Indicators provide critical information about population health. These reports are useful to support planning, identifying priorities or targeting resources, and for tracking progress towards broad community objectives. They help to engage partners into civic and collaborative action by helping to build awareness of problems and trends. In addition they help inform policy and policy makers and can be used to promote accountability among governmental and non-governmental agencies.
View quick introduction video that describes what the Health Indicator Profile reports provide.
View a list of Indicator Report Contributors
Vital Records Data
Explore birth certificate data (teen births, birthweight, preterm births, etc.)
Explore mortality data for the general population (all ages)
Explore mortality data for infants (under 1 year of age)
Small Area Queries (Birth & Death)
Explore Birth and Death data for New Mexico's 108 Small Areas
Social Determinants of Health (Birth & Death)
Explore Birth and Death data by Social Determinants of Health
Explore Incident Cancer Diagnoses by Person, Place and Time
Hospital Inpatient Discharge Data (HIDD)
New Mexico hospital inpatient discharge data (state-licensed hospitals)
Hospital Emergency Department Data (ED)
New Mexico hospital emergency department data (state-licensed hospitals)
Explore Infectious Diseases by Person, Place and Time
Health Survey Data
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System data
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System data
Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey (YRRS)
Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey data
American Community Survey
ACS estimates by New Mexico county, small area and census tract.
Population estimates by New Mexico county, small area and census tract.
Explore Queries on the NMTracking Website
Go to the NMTracking query selection page.
Secure Query Index
About Query Datasets
Queryable Datasets provides access to record level data. Who, what, when, and where as well as other data attribute values can be specified as filtering criteria. Options also exist that control how to display (group by) the data.
View quick introduction video that describes what Query Datasets provides.
View a List of Data Stewards
Help and Tutorials
"Two Clicks" to Community Health Information!
Easy ways to find health information for your community.
How to Read a Graph
List of health assessment and epidemiology terms and definitions with links to additional help pages on IBIS and elsewhere.
About NM Small Areas
About Dynamic Map Groupings
About Geocoded Data
NM Health Regions Map
NM Urban/Rural Counties Map
NM Community Health Status Indicators
Subjective, Objective, Assessment and Plan (S.O.A.P)
Evidence-based Public Health
See all Community Health Assessment resources
How to Calculate a Rate
About Age-Adjusted Rates
About Confidence Intervals
About Life Expectancy
NMDOH Small Numbers Rule
Public Health Data
Classifying Race and Ethnicity
Download Population Estimates Data
Public Health Data and Statistics Resources
Query Datasets Resources
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NMDOH Population Files, 1990 - Present
This page provides access to, information on, and documentation for the current standard population files for use on NM-IBIS and within NMDOH. To query these population data files using NM-IBIS, visit the
Population Estimates query page
Documentation, Codebooks & Small Area Resources
Documentation, Codebook and Small Area Resources
Documentation & Codebook
Population Data Files Codebook
Small Area Resources
NM Small Area Methodology Page
NM Small-Area-to-Census-Tract Crosswalk (Excel file)
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