In 2001, policy makers and health-consumer advocates collaborated to establish Con Alma Health Foundation as the best way to invest more than $20 million from the sale of Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Mexico. State law required that its assets be set aside for a nonprofit dedicated to health in New Mexico.

 

 

A year later the nonprofit Banner Health Systems sold Los Alamos Medical Center to a for-profit corporation, creating a fund from some of the proceeds to serve the health-care needs of people living in Los Alamos, Rio Arriba and northern Santa Fe counties. We partner with the Hospital Auxiliary of the Los Alamos Medical Center as the Northern New Mexico Health Grants[r1]  Group (NNMHGG) to award annual grants from the fund[DB2] .

 

 

For 17 years, we have followed our collaborative roots – investing more than $14 million in nonprofits improving health in New Mexico and bringing people together to work toward health equity.

 

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Small and Mighty Rural New Mexico

Con Alma Health Foundation is proud to share this field study of rural Northern New Mexico. The Rural Philanthropic Analysis Project at Campbell University in 

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