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Immunization Program

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The goal of the program is to ensure that all New Mexicans are properly immunized against vaccine-preventable diseases. We encourage you to use this website and the resources provided for all your vaccination information needs.

Got Shots?

"Got Shots?" provides opportunities for children to stay up-to-date on their immunizations. During "Got Shots?" participating providers open their doors for any child who presents for immunizations, regardless of whether they are a patient or whether they have insurance.

Please join the New Mexico Department of Health, the New Mexico Primary Care Association and the New Mexico Immunization Coalition, along with our managed care partners, Presbyterian, Western Sky Community Care and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico in making sure that all New Mexico children are immunized on time! Many sites provide Medicaid Eligibility services during the event. The New Mexico Primary Care Association can help arrange for onsite Medicaid application if providers do not have an eligibility worker.

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NMSIIS websiteVaxViewNM enables individuals, parents, and guardians to access, save and/or print official immunization records. This eliminates the need to carry multiple or aged documents and allows you to access your shot record anytime you need. VaxViewNM is mobile friendly and uses two-factor authentication.

Simply go to VaxViewNM to print a copy of you or your child's shot record.

For more information or to update/change your contact information in VaxViewNM click here.

National Learning Collaborative


Join a National HPV Vaccination Learning Collaborative and Prevent Cancer!

The National Immunization Partnership is a CDC-funded project that combines the expertise of the National Improvement Partnership Network (NIPN) and the Academic Pediatric Association (APA) to improve adolescent HPV immunization rates. NIPA is a multi-state, virtual learning collaborative where clinics and practices are trained in QI methodology and strategies to improve HPV vaccination. Starting in November 2018, a fifth cohort will kick off and we want participants from NM.

By joining you can earn credit towards professional certifications including MC-FP credit for 1 Part IV module or 20 Part IV points (ABFM) and up to 20 Performance Improvement Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits from the AAFP.

Join this great opportunity and enroll by October 15, 2018 at the National HPV Vaccination Learning Collaborative site.

Learn more about the project by reviewing the National Immunization Partnership with the Academic Pediatric Association Flyer or contacting

Where Can I Get My Child's Shots?

Interactive map of vaccine providers across New Mexico.

Visit the Vaccine Site Finder for an interactive map which will help you find a nearby health care provider to vaccinate your child.

Simply enter your home address to see a list of providers near you. Then click on any location to see the provider’s address and phone number. Please call ahead to find out about office hours and to schedule an appointment.

Adults Need Shots, Too!

Interactive map of providers offering vaccines to adults without insurance.

Visit the Vaccines for Adults without Insurance Site Finder for an interactive map to find a provider near you that vaccinates uninsured adults.

Most sites offer flu vaccine as well as other vaccines such as hepatitis B, hepatitis A, MMR, Tdap and others. Please call the provider to confirm vaccine availability and make an appointment. Adults with private health insurance, Medicaid and/or Medicare can receive vaccines at their provider’s office or at a pharmacy.

Please visit the CDC Vaccines You Need as an Adult website to learn more about adult vaccination.

Got Questions?

Call the Immunization toll free hotline at 1-800-232-4636 today!

Need Shot Records?

To obtain immunization records for yourself or your children, simply contact a Public Health Office near you!

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