Silver Health CARE provides comprehensive family medical care to our patients in southwest New Mexico (Grant, Hidalgo, Luna, and Catron Counties). Our facilities provide a variety of diagnostic tools and services right on site to help you get the tests you need so your treatment can begin as quickly as possible. We offer in-house X-rays and blood draws right on site for your convenience.
Saving you time is important to us. You can avoid traveling for tests and waiting for appointments.
Our on-site services include:
- Coumadin clinic to monitors anticoagulation medication levels
- CT Scan (Silver City location)
- DEXA bone density test (Silver City location)
- Pulmonary function test (Silver City location)
- Overnight oximetry test for sleep apnea
- 24 hour Holter monitor test for heart rhythm
For caring treatment when you need it, call Silver Health CARE at (575) 538-2981 or toll free at (866) 538-2981. Se habla español.
Medication Assistance Program (MAP)
Are you having trouble paying for your prescriptions?
With the high cost of medications, we are here to help. Come see us!
Silver Health CARE is pleased to sponsor a program that may result in free or low-cost medications to those who qualify in the community. You need not be a patient of Silver Health CARE to use this service.
MAP has been in place for more than 10 years, successfully securing assistance to pay for medications.
The Medication Assistance Program is staffed by volunteers from the GRMC Auxiliary. These volunteers help people who can't afford their medications. They will help you fill out applications to pharmaceutical companies for the prescriptions you require, and they also offer assistance with Medicare Part D.
Volunteers are available:
- Every Wednesday from 9 am to 11 am
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You can leave a message for MAP at (575) 956-1330 and a member of the program will return your call.
To find out if you are eligible, please bring with you:
- A document showing proof of income
- List of the medications you are taking (e.g., prescriptions or bottles with prescription labels)
If you qualify, the medication (usually a 90 day supply) will be sent either to the doctor's office or directly to you, usually within 4-6 weeks.