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“In May 2002, the Los Alamos Medical Center was sold by Banner Health Systems, a non-profit corporation, to Province HealthCare, a for-profit corporation. Some proceeds from the sale of Los Alamos Medical Center (LAMC) were preserved to serve the unmet healthcare needs of the people of Los Alamos, Rio Arriba and northern Santa Fe counties.”

*Please note that Northern Santa Fe County is defined as towns and pueblos north of the city of Santa Fe and does not include the city of Santa Fe.

NNMHGG does not fund capital campaigns, annual fund-raising campaigns, endowments, event sponsorships, clinical research, scholarships, routine operational costs, lobbying, media-based programs or campaigns, political campaign activities, or direct financial subsidy of health services to individuals or groups.

You may download and review the Guidelines (link below) to determine whether the goal of your application is likely to meet all requirements.  The more closely your project or proposal aligns with the Guidelines and Priorities, the more competitive it is likely to be in this year’s Grant Cycle.

Note:  To submit a competitive proposal it is imperative that you review and meet not just funding guidelines, but the funding priorities for NNMHGG Grants.

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