Free clinics and community health centers in Luna county.

Below are the listings of free and low cost clinics in Luna county. These clinics can help low-income and uninsured people by offerring free and discounted rates for medical and/or dental care. We welcome user reviews and corrections of clinic listings, as we strive to provide our users with the best and most up-to-date information possible. Simply click on the clinic listing for more information.

Luna Medical and Dental Clinics:

  • Ben Archer Health Center - Columbus
    • Location: Columbus, NM - 88029
    • Contact Phone: 575-531-2165
    • Details: This community health center is accredited by The Joint Commission. Accreditation means that this outpatient facility has volunteered to undergo a challenging, comprehensive evaluation. It has made a significant extra effort to review and improve the key factors that can affect the quality and safety of your care. Accreditation by The Joint Commission is considered the Gold Standard in health care. Hospitals have been evaluated by The Joint Commission for more than 50 years. This facility is accredited just as the hospitals in your community are accredited. Doctors and nurses from The Joint Commission personally visited this facility to conduct a review and looked at how well the facility: -provides a safe environment for your care -educates you about the risks and options for diagnosis and treatment -protects your rights as a patient, including your right to confidentiality -evaluates your condition, before, during and after diagnosis and treatment -protects you against infection -plans for emergency situations
    • Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health ?>
  • Ben Archer Health Center - Deming
    • Location: Deming, NM - 88030-8629
    • Contact Phone: 575-546-4800
    • Details: This community health center is accredited by The Joint Commission. Accreditation means that this outpatient facility has volunteered to undergo a challenging, comprehensive evaluation. It has made a significant extra effort to review and improve the key factors that can affect the quality and safety of your care. Accreditation by The Joint Commission is considered the Gold Standard in health care. Hospitals have been evaluated by The Joint Commission for more than 50 years. This facility is accredited just as the hospitals in your community are accredited. Doctors and nurses from The Joint Commission personally visited this facility to conduct a review and looked at how well the facility: -provides a safe environment for your care -educates you about the risks and options for diagnosis and treatment -protects your rights as a patient, including your right to confidentiality -evaluates your condition, before, during and after diagnosis and treatment -protects you against infection -plans for emergency situations
    • Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health ?>
  • Pms - Deming Health Center
    • Location: Deming, NM - 88030-3752
    • Contact Phone: 575-546-4663
    • Details: Presbyterian Medical Services designs and delivers quality, accessible, integrated health, education, and human services in response to identified community needs of the multi-cultural people of the Southwest. Presbyterian Medical Services (PMS) is the successor to the United Presbyterian Church's Medical Mission work in the Southwest which began in 1901. In 1969, an independent PMS was formed as a New Mexico non-profit corporation to ensure continuation of the mission to provide health care services to the underserved communities throughout the southwest. Throughout its history, PMS has worked collaboratively with communities, providers, hospitals, as well as local, state, and federal government entities to develop programs which meet the needs of local residents.
    • Remarks: Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless ?>
  • Pms - Deming School Based Health Center
    • Location: Deming, NM - 88030-6302
    • Contact Phone: 575-543-1017
    • Details: Presbyterian Medical Services designs and delivers quality, accessible, integrated health, education, and human services in response to identified community needs of the multi-cultural people of the Southwest. Presbyterian Medical Services (PMS) is the successor to the United Presbyterian Church's Medical Mission work in the Southwest which began in 1901. In 1969, an independent PMS was formed as a New Mexico non-profit corporation to ensure continuation of the mission to provide health care services to the underserved communities throughout the southwest. Throughout its history, PMS has worked collaboratively with communities, providers, hospitals, as well as local, state, and federal government entities to develop programs which meet the needs of local residents.
    • Remarks: Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless ?>