About New Mexico

New Mexico has a long rich history and a strong rural base. It has a diverse ethnic and socioeconomic population including members from 19 Native American pueblos, the Jicarilla Apache Nation, Mescalero Apache tribe and the Navajo Nation.  The Hispanic population in New Mexico is among the highest in the country.

Known as “the Land of Enchantment,” New Mexico is an ideal place to learn, live and raise a family. This high desert state is located at the tail end of the Rocky Mountains, with more than 300 days of sunshine per year, a cost of living that is 5 percent less than the national average, an international art market and opera house in Santa Fe, world-class skiing in Taos, and archeological and geological wonders throughout the state. New Mexico is also home to the MIND Research Network, Los Alamos National Labs and Sandia National Labs

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UNM Health Sciences Center

The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center is the only academic medical center for the state. Its hospital system serves as the Level 1 trauma center for New Mexico and a tertiary referral center for the greater Southwest Region.