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San Juan Regional Medical Center is offering Monoclonal Antibody infusions for COVID positive patients aged 12 and up who meet certain criteria. Click to learn more.

Video: COVID Patients Volumes Continues to Increase. We are calling on our entire community to please help reduce the enormous strain on our healthcare system and our caregivers. It will take all of us together to reduce the demand for precious healthcare resources. Please take steps to avoid preventable hospitalization.

Video: Community Town Hall, November 10, 2021

San Juan Regional Medical Center hosted a virtual town hall on Wednesday, November 10 2021 regarding the current COVID-19 status in San Juan County that included a panel discussion with hospital and community leaders. This virtual Town Hall was an opportunity to share critical information and for our community to ask their questions.

Video: COVID-19 Press Conference, November 4, 2021

“What each person decides directly impacts our neighbors.” San Juan County leaders came together in a show of solidarity today in the fight against COVID-19.  They are asking each of you to step up and do your part in stopping the high rate of spread that’s putting an enormous strain on our community hospital.

COVID Vaccine Clinic for Kids:

San Juan Health Partners Pediatrics wants to make it easy for you to get your child’s COVID-19 vaccine. We are holding a dedicated COVID vaccine clinic every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon by appointment. We are offering the Pfizer vaccine, which is approved for children 12 years and older. If your child is an established patient at San Juan Health Partners Pediatrics, and is 12 or older, you can call 505.609.6700 to schedule a vaccine.

Video Series: Myths. Get the facts regarding Ivermectin, Delta Variant, Pregnancy, and more.



Video: Dr. Erin Philpott discusses the spread of the Delta variant in our community and the importance of getting vaccinated. 


Resources from our Health Library

Simple Ways to Avoid COVID-19

Symptoms of COVID-19 Infection

Disinfecting Your Home of COVID-19

Long-Haul COVID Symptoms? Getting Vaccine Won't Make You Feel Worse


COVID to Home

San Juan Regional Medical Center is coordinating care and providing close monitoring to COVID-19 patients and those with signs and symptoms of the virus while they recover at home through our COVID to Home (C2H) clinic. 

This program, which is based on Vanderbilt University’s Care Model, has treated more than 700 patients since April. It is available to COVID patients who do not have a primary care provider who are either discharged home for self-isolation or do not require hospitalization. C2H providers conduct routine telemedicine visits, either by phone or video conferencing, to follow up with the patients to ensure safe and effective care at home until they have recovered.  

Goals of the C2H clinic include:

· Utilize telemedicine for frequent monitoring to promote social distancing

· Coordinate safe and effective transfer to a higher level of care when indicated

· Decrease the number of COVID-19 related visits to Urgent Care and the Emergency Department

· Decrease the number of admitted patients to the hospital secondary to safe and effective care at home

· Decrease healthcare worker exposure to COVID-19 

· Conserve PPE

· Promote social distancing to flatten the curve and mitigate overwhelming the local healthcare infrastructure

Patients who are interested in this program can call 505.609.6284 to be screened for enrollment. Providers who would like to refer a patient and/or get a copy of the protocol are also asked to call this number.


Video: Rebekah French, Certified Nurse Practitioner at San Juan Health Partners Family Medicine and the COVID-19 To Home Clinic, discusses her experiences caring for patients with COVID-19 and the urgent need to follow social guidelines to stop the spread of the deadly virus.


We are open for you: San Juan Regional Medical Center is here for you, ready to provide the safe, quality care that you need. We are open and ready to meet our patients’ needs, whether they are COVID-19 related or not. We know there is a lot of uncertainty right now due to COVID-19. That’s why we’re taking extra precautions to keep you safe when you come to visit us.


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Video: Our COVID-19 Response. At San Juan Regional Medical Center our caregivers are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, helping our community in this time of need. A lot has happened since the pandemic first hit in March. One thing that's remained unchanged is the tireless dedication of everyone who has come together in incredible ways to take care of our patients and community. Our COVID Response demonstrates the strength that comes when we work toward one common goal. Remembering what we've been able to do together, even in the midst of tragedy, will help us as we move forward into the future. We are proud to share Our COVID Response with you, our community.

San Juan Regional Medical Center has a Coronavirus Information Hotline up and running to share important information with our community. You can call 505.516.0938 or 888.949.5387. We will continue updating this information as necessary to provide our patients and community members with the information they need to protect themselves and their loved ones.


Stay up to date on the latest COVID-19 information by calling our hotline at 505.516.0938 or toll free at 888.949.5387

SJRMC Limited Visitor Policy


The New Mexico Department of Health:

The New Mexico Department of Health: COVID-19 coronavirus testing now available in New Mexico


CDC: Workplace, School, and Home Guidance





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