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Alphabetic/Subject Guide to HSLIC Special Collections, Photo Archives and Oral Histories

The New Mexico Health Historical Collection documents the history of health in the state and the Southwest through unique materials that include oral histories, organizational records, rare books, photographs, artifacts, and specialized monographs.

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This guide directs you to an alphabetical listing of a variety of historical resources, including materials on individual hospitals, federal programs in the state, municipal and state agencies, voluntary health agencies, diseases and medical conditions, and health issues. There also are personal papers, organizational records, oral history interviews and photographs. The listing is by collection title and subject headings.

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Aberle, Sophie D., M.D., Ph.D., 1896-1996.
FL 1035; 1 folder.
1 sound cassette + transcript.
Interview with Dr. Aberle covers the establishment of Bernalillo County Indian Hospital in
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
PH 108; 1 folder; photograph.
Access Term(s): Bernalillo County-Indian Hospital.
See also: Sophie D. Aberle Papers, 1913-1987. [Rocky Mountain Online Archive]

Abortion
CN 156, 1 box
Newsletters, New Mexico Right to Choose. Albuquerque (N.M.), Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, Right to Life Committee of New Mexico, ephemera.

Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS).
CN 159, 1 box.
Newsletters, New Mexico AIDS Services, Inc., New Mexico Association of People Living with AIDS ephemera.

“Action of sunlight upon bacteria with special reference to B. tuberculosis,” by John Weinzirl.
FL 884, 1 folder.
reprint from Journal of Infectious Diseases, (Suppl. 3, 1907); Bulletin University of New Mexico (Whole no. 44, Spe. 1907).
Access Term(s): Tuberculosis.

Acupuncture/Oriental Medicine.
DC 402, 1 document case.
Newsletters, New Mexico Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Southwest Acupuncture College (Santa Fe, N.M.), ephemera.
Access Term(s): Acupuncture; Alternative Medicine; Oriental Medicine.

Adler, Eleanor Lydia., M.D., 1909-1993.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 800, 1 folder.
2 sound cassettes (105 min.) + 1 transcript (23 p.), correspondence, news clippings, 1 b& w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.), biographical sketch by Dr. David Post.
Interview with Eleanor Lydia Adler by Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. Adler’s 32 years of private practice in pediatrics in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Pediatrics; Physicians, Women.

Adler, Stuart Welsh, M.D., 1892-1987.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1165, 1 folder.
1 sound cassette (80 min.) + 1 transcript (26 p.).
Interview with Stuart Welsh Adler, New Mexico’s first board certified pediatrician, by Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. Adler’s more than 30 years of practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Pediatrics; Physicians; Public Health.

Adolescent Health Service
FL 945
Hogares, Inc. Albuquerque (N.M.).
New Mexico (State). Youth Authority; Vertical File

Aerospace Medicine
Lovelace Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Albuquerque; CN 172.
Luft, Ulrich C., M.D.; FL 1131. 
Schwichtenberg, Albert H., M.D.; FL 829.
White, Clayton S., M.D.; CN 172. 

Akes, Leonard, M.D., 1918-2006.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1226, 1 folder.
1 sound cassette (45 min.) + 1 transcript (13 p.), correspondence.
Interview with Leonard H. Akes by Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. Akes’ more than 40 years of medical practice in Espanola, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Espanola (New Mexico), Physicians, Family.

Albuquerque (N.M.)
Albuquerque Civic Council; FL 923.
Albuquerque, New Mexico; DC 426.
Albuquerque-Bernalillo Health Advisory Board/Committee; CN 164.
“Albuquerque--Heart of the Well Country: A Publication Devoted to Hospitals, Clinics, and
Medical Institutions;” FL 937.
“Economic Impact Considerations of La Llave Drug Rehabilitation Program,” by Gedimas A.
Cibas; FL 864.

“Albuquerque - Heart of the Well Country: A Publication devoted to Hospitals, Clinics, and Medical Institutions.”
FL 937; 1 folder.
3 booklets (1953, 1969, 1970).
Access Term(s): Albuquerque (N.M.); Health Facilities.

Albuquerque Academy of Medicine (1956-57).
FL 927; 1 folder.
Records.
Access Term(s): Societies, Medical

Albuquerque and Bernalillo County Medical Association (1978-1985).
CN 129; 1 box.
ABCMA Reports (newsletter), 1978-1985; 3 volumes.
Access Term(s): Societies, Medical.

Albuquerque Association for Retarded Children, Inc. Albuquerque.
CN 154, Box 5; 1 folder.
Miscellaneous history.
Access Term(s): Mental Retardation; Voluntary Health Agencies.

Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce.
FL 841; 1 folder.
1974 Health & Welfare Report.
Access Term(s): Behavioral Health / Behavioral Medicine; Public Health.

Albuquerque Civic Council.
FL 923; 1 folder.
Publications (1925-1939) aimed at health seekers.
Access Term(s): Albuquerque (N.M.); Tuberculosis.

Albuquerque Community Chest, Inc.
FL 972; 1 folder.
Directory of social agencies (1950s).
Access Term(s): Community Networks; Voluntary Health Agencies.

Albuquerque Earth Day Coalition.
FL 838; 1 folder.
Newsletters.
Access Term(s): Environmental Health.

Albuquerque Environmental Health Department.
CN 164; 1 box
Reports, program guides, newsletters, ephemera.
Access Term(s): Environmental Health.

Albuquerque Family Health Center (later: First Choice).
FL 1037; 1 folder.
Ephemera.
Access Term(s): Community Health Centers

Albuquerque Healthcare for the Homeless Inc.
DC 434; 1 folder.
Newsletters.
Access Term(s): Homeless Persons; Medical Indigency

Albuquerque Ophthalmologic Club / See: New Mexico Ophthalmological Society

Albuquerque, New Mexico.
DC 426; 1 document case.
Ephemera.
Access Term(s): Albuquerque (N.M.).

Albuquerque/Bernalillo County, NM Alcohol Traffic Safety Program (ATSP).
DC 441; 1 document case.
Reports (1971-72).
Access Term(s): Driving While Intoxicated (DWI).

Albuquerque-Bernalillo Health Advisory Board/Committee.
CN 164; 1 folder.
Miscellaneous history (1957-63).
Access Term(s): Albuquerque (N.M.); Public Health.

Alcohol/Alcoholism.
DC 403; 1 document case.
New Mexico Alcohol Issues Consortium (Albuquerque, N.M.), New Mexico Citizens Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (Albuquerque, N.M.), newsletters, ephemera.
Access Term(s): Alcoholism
See also: Gallup Inter-Agency Alcoholism Coordination Committee. Gallup, N.M.; FL 846.

Allergy and Immunology
English, Frank A., M.D.; FL 852. 

Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)-New Mexico.
DC 7; 1 folder.
Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Mental Health; Voluntary Health Agencies.

Alliance for the Mentally Ill. Albuquerque Affiliate.
DC 427; 1 folder.
Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Mental Health; Voluntary Health Agencies.

Alternative Medicine.
Ephemera 1984-; FL 1016; 1 folder.
“Healing, imagination, and New Mexico,” by Stephen D. Fox; FL 881.

American Academy of Family Physicians, New Mexico Chapter.
DC 438; 1 document case.
Seminar brochures and history, ephemera (1958-).
Access Term(s): Societies, Medical.

American Cancer Society, New Mexico Division, Inc. Albuquerque.
DC 410; 1 folder.
Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Cancer; Voluntary Health Agencies.

American College of Chest Physicians.
PH 114; 1 folder.
Photographs. [description]
Access Term(s): Physicians.

American College of Physicians, New Mexico Chapter, a history compiled by Fred H. Hanold, M.D.
FL 1077. 1 folder.
History, programs, rosters.
Access Term(s): Internal Medicine; Physicians; Societies, Medical.

American Diabetes Association, New Mexico Affiliate.
FL 941; 1 folder.
Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Diabetes; Voluntary Health Agencies.

American Heart Association, New Mexico Affiliate.
DC 483; 1 document case.
Annual reports, minutes, bylaws (1960's-70's).
Access Term(s): Voluntary Health Agencies.

American Lung Association of New Mexico.
DC 414; 4 folders.
Newsletters.
Access Term(s): Lung Diseases; Voluntary Health Agencies.

American Public Health Association, Western Branch.
FL 1081; 1 folder.
Miscellaneous publications (1956-62).
Access Term(s): Public Health; Societies.

American Thoracic Society, New Mexico Chapter.
FL 1004; 1 folder.
Ephemera.
Access Term(s): Societies, Medical; Thoracic Diseases.

Ancillary Medical Personnel.
PH 094; 1 folder.
Photographs. [description]
Access Term(s): Health Personnel; Nurses.

Anderson, Robert Edwin, M.D., 1931-2009. [Oral History Collection]
FL 801; 1 folder.
2 sound cassettes (105 min.) + 1 transcript (29 p.), correspondence, news clippings, c.v.
Interview with Robert E. Anderson by Jake Spidle focuses largely on the creation and early years of the University New Mexico School of Medicine and Dr. Anderson’s years as faculty and Chairman of the Department of Pathology.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Pathology; UNM School of Medicine Faculty.

Anderson, Robert O., 1917-2007.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 876; 1 folder.
1 sound cassette (50 min.) + 1 transcript (10 p.).
Interview with Robert O. Anderson, internationally prominent businessman-industrialist-philanthropist, by Jake Spidle focuses on his association with the Lovelace Medical Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Business Leaders; Lovelace Clinic (Albuquerque, N.M.), Oral History.

Anesthesiology
Intress, Robert H., M.D.; FL 1174. 
Musgrave, Homer, M.D.; FL 1216. 
Spitz, Theodore A., M.D.; FL 1181. 

“Another look at hospital admission x-rays,” by Elmer E. Zaudke (1955).
FL 977; 1 folder.
Paper (6p).
Access Term(s): Tuberculosis.

Apache Indians
Ortega, A. Paul; FL 874
Stoll, Augustine Bernard, R.N.; FL 981

Armstrong-Seward, Catherine, M.D., 1915-2009.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1257; 1 folder.
1 sound cassette (155 min.) + 1 transcript (21 p.), correspondence, 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.), and a profile of Dr. Armstrong written by David Post, M.D.
Interview with Catherine Armstrong-Seward, a pediatrician of Carlsbad, New Mexico, by Jake Spidle surveys her life and career as a New Mexican pediatrician.
Access Term(s): Carlsbad (N.M.); Oral History; Pediatrics; Physicians, Women.

Arthritis
Arthritis Foundation, New Mexico Chapter; FL 843.

Arthritis Foundation, New Mexico Chapter.
FL 843; 1 folder.
Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Arthritis; Voluntary Health Agencies.

Association for the Advancement of Health Education.
FL 904; 1 folder.
1980 NM Survey Report.
Access Term(s): Health Education.

Association of American Physicians & Surgeons, Committee for N.M.
FL 854; 1 folder.
Correspondence.
Access Term(s): Societies, Medical.

Associations, New Mexico
New Mexico Health Care Association; CN 144.
New Mexico Hospitals & Health Systems Association; CN 165.
New Mexico Medical Assistants' Society; FL 1213.
New Mexico Pharmaceutical Association; DC 465.
New Mexico Psychoanalytic Society; FL 1025.
New Mexico Public Health Association; CN 168.
New Mexico Tuberculosis Association; CN 116.
U.S.-Mexico Border Public Health Association; FL 1098.

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe (AT&SF) Railroad Hospital. Albuquerque, N.M.
FL 915; 1 folder.
PH 011; 1 folder. [description]
Record of Surgeries, 5/47-12/49, photographs.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Private; Surgeons.

Babey, Andrew M., M.D., 1908-1997.
FL 1193; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine.

Badger, Demarious A., M.D., 1910-1990.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 802; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (25 p.), correspondence, news clippings, 1 color photoprints (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Demarious Cornell Badger and William Earl Badger by Jake Spidle summarizes the Dr. Badgers’ more than 40 years’ practice of medicine in Hobbs, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Hobbs (N.M.); Oral history; Pediatrics; Physicians, Women; Rural Medicine.

Badger, William Earl, M.D., 1909-1992[Oral History Collection]
FL 802; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (25 p.), news clippings, 1 color photoprints (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Demarious and William Badger by Jake Spidle summarizes the Dr. Badgers’ more than 40 years’ practice of medicine in Hobbs, New Mexico.
PH 034; 1 folder.  Photograph/
Access Term(s): Hobbs (N.M.); Oral history; Physicians, Surgeons; Rural Medicine.

Barbour, Lawrence D., Sr., D.O., 1908-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1275; 1 folder.   1 sound cassette (65 mins.) + 1 transcript (21 p.), 1 col. photo (4 x 5 in.), handwritten notes (6 p.) by Dr. Barbour.
Interview with L.D. Barbour by Jake W. Spidle summarizes Dr. Barbour’s 37 years as an osteopathic physician in Roswell, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Osteopathic; Roswell (N.M.); Rural Health.

Barol, Samuel R., M.D., 1929-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 854; 1 folder.   2 sound cassettes (130 min.) + 1 transcript (29 p.), 1 b& w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Samuel R. Barol by Jake Spidle surveys the life and career of Dr. Barol with particular attention to his time with Lovelace Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico starting in 1975.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine.

Barr, Richard R.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 868; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (70 min.) + 1 transcript (23 p.).
Interview with Richard R. (Dick) Barr, who became Administrator of Presbyterian Hospitals (Albuquerque, N.M.) in 1969 and was President of Presbyterian Hospitals from 1981 to 1985, by Fred Hanold, M.D., focuses on the development of Mastercare, a managed care plan by Presbyterian and St. Joseph Hospitals in 1972.
Access Term(s): Health Maintenance Organizations; Hospital Administrators; Managed Care Programs; Oral History.

Barrett House Emergency Shelter for Homeless Women and Their Children. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 887; 1 folder.  Newsletter (1987-1994).
Access Term(s): Homeless Persons; Shelters.

Bartlett, Ellsworth Choate, Jr., D.O., 1916-2011. [Oral History Collection]
FL 1176; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (120 min.) + 1 transcript (21 p.).
Interview with Ellsworth Choate Bartlett by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Bartlett’s 46 years as an osteopathic physician in Alamogordo and Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Osteopathic.

Basile-Gay, Evelyn Julia, M.D., 1917-2009.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1036; 1 folder.   1 sound cassette (30 mins.) + 1 transcript (11 p.).
Interview with Evelyn Basile by David B. Post, M.D. focuses on Dr. Basile’s life and career as a New Mexico pediatrician with a private practice in Las Cruces for 25 years, followed by 12 years at New Mexico State University’s Student Health Care Center.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Pediatrics; Physicians, Women.

Bataan Memorial Methodist Hospital. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
CN 114, Box 3.   Newsletter (1967) & 25th Anniversary Brochure (1977).
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Religious.
See also: Lovelace Foundation for Medical Education and Research; CN 114.

Behavioral Health/Behavioral Medicine
Albuquerque (N.M.) Chamber of Commerce; FL 841.

Berchtold, Victor E., M.D., 1901-2007.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 803; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (60 min.) + 1 transcript (11 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Victor E. Berchtold by Jake Spidle provides a broad overview of Dr. Berchtold’s half century in medicine, from his student days at Creighton University through forty years of practice in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Urology.

Bernalillo County, New Mexico
Bernalillo County Health Department; FL 1073.
Council of Social Agencies of Bernalillo County, N.M.; FL 1001.
Council of Social Agencies. Albuquerque; FL 972.
Health Services -- It's Your Body; FL 973.

Bernalillo County (N.M.) Health Department.
FL 1073; 1 folder.  1955 Annual Report.
Access Term(s): Public Health.

Bernalillo County-Indian Hospital. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 820; 2 oversize bound ledgers (also available in compact disc format).
Board of Trustees minutes, Nov. 1949-Nov. 1969.
PH 099; Photographs; 1 folder. 
PH 211; Photographs; 1 folder. 
Access Term(s): Hospitals, County.
See also: Aberle, Sophie D., M.D., 1896-1996; FL 1035.
See also: Cushing, Alice H., M.D., 1930-; FL 1179.

Bernalillo County Medical Association / See: Greater Albuquerque Medical Association (GAMA)

Bernalillo County Medical Center. Albuquerque, New Mexico
PH 153; 1 folder.  Photographs; 1970-1973 Building Expansion/Remodeling.
PH 126; 1 folder.  Photographs; Pharmacy.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, County; Pharmacy.

Bernalillo County Medical Society (New Mexico).
PH 110; 1 folder.  Photographs; Physicians.
Access Term(s): Physicians; Societies, Medical.
See also: Greater Albuquerque Medical Association (GAMA).

Bernalillo County Mental Health / Mental Retardation Center (New Mexico).
PH 224; 1 folder.  Photographs; Buildings & Facilities.
PH 129; 1 folder.  Photographs; Dedication.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Psychiatric.

Bernalillo County Tuberculosis Association, 1955-57.
FL 1129; 1 folder.  Miscellaneous newsletters, annual reports, budget papers.
Access Term(s): Tuberculosis; Voluntary Health Agencies.

Biochemistry
Loftfield, Robert B., Phd; FL 1109.

Bivens, Melvin D., M.D., 1918-1987.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 971; 1 folder.   2 sound cassettes (120 min.) + 1 transcript (21 P.), news clippings.
Interview with Melvin D. Bivens by Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. Bivens’ life and 30-year career at Lovelace Clinic as an obstetrician/gynecologist.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Obstetrics; Gynecology.

Blast Injuries
Lovelace Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Albuquerque; CN 172.
White, Clayton S., M.D.; CN 172.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Mexico.
DC 411; 1 document case.  Brochures, fee schedules, annual reports (1950s-60s).
Access Term(s): Insurance, Health

Boatman, Lawrence C., D.O., 1908-1982.
PH 013; 1 folder.  Photographs.  
Access Term(s): Physicians, Osteopathic.

Border Health
Reports, ephemera; DC 468.
“Need for health administration education in New Mexico,” by Helen J. Muller, Nancy S.
Kruger, and Larry S. Gordon; FL 1090.
Access Term(s): Southwestern United States; Mexico.

Bowen, Sarah, M.D.
PH 030; 1 folder.  Photographs.  
Access Term(s): Physicians, Women.

Boyd, John Franklin. M.D., 1920-1999.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1241; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (120 min.) + 1 transcript (23 p.), news clippings, and 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with John F. Boyd by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Boyd’s 39-year career as an orthopedic surgeon in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons; Orthopedics.

Brain Injuries
Brain Injury Association of New Mexico, Inc. (Formerly: New Mexico Head Injury Foundation, Inc.); publications; DC 449.
New Mexico Head Injury Foundation, Inc. (Name changed to: Brain Injury Association of New Mexico, Inc.); DC 449.

Brower, Ralph P., D.O., 1920-2007.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 875; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (40 min.) + 1 transcript (15 p.).
Interview with Ralph Brower by Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. Brower’s more than 40-year career as an osteopathic physician in Denver, Colorado and Vaughn and Belen, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians, Osteopathic; Rural Health.

Brown, William Townsend, M.D.
PH 025; 1 folder.  Photographs.
Access Term(s): Physicians

Brubaker, Richard E., D.O., 1915-1990.  [Oral History Collection]
FL1183; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (90 min.) + 1 transcript (14 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Richard E. Brubaker by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Brubaker’s 45-year career as an osteopathic physician in New Mexico, predominantly in Belen.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Osteopathic; Rural Health.

Budlong, Elizabeth, R.N., 1911-1989.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1170; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 min.) + 1 transcript (18 p.).
Interview with Elizabeth Budlong by Jake Spidle focuses on her 25-year career as a public health nurse/school nurse in Taos County, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Nurses; School Nursing; Public Health Nursing; Rural Health.

Buildings
New Mexico State Laboratory Building. Albuquerque; PH 152.
UNM Health Sciences Center. Buildings. P01-000, boxes 19A, 19B.

Bunch, C. Pardue, M.D., 1913-1985.  [Oral History Collection]
Papers; DC 400; 1 document case.
PH 010; 1 folder. Photographs.
FL 1280; 1 folder. Oral History.
2 sound cassettes (145 min.) + 1 transcript (30 p.).
Interview with C. Pardue Bunch by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Bunch’s life and 40-year career as a family practitioner in Artesia, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Photographs; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Business Leaders
Anderson, Robert O.; FL 876.

Campbell, Jack M., 1917-1999.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 964; 1 folder. 1 sound cassette (30 min.) + 1 transcript (5 p.).
Interview with Jack M. Campbell by Jake Spidle summarizes Mr. Campbell’s involvement with the University of New Mexico School of Medicine and the Lovelace Medical Foundation while he was Speaker of the House of Representatives and Governor of New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; State Legislators; UNM School of Medicine History; Lovelace Foundation.

Cancer
American Cancer Society, New Mexico Division Inc. Albuquerque (N.M.); DC 410.
Breast Neoplasms; DC 467.
Cancer; DC 419.
Living Through Cancer, Inc. Albuquerque (N.M.); DC 448.
Rosen, Louis, Ph.D; FL 1251. [abstract]

Caring for New Mexico's Chronically Disabled Children.
DC 433; 1 folder. Report to 1982/83 New Mexico legislature.
Access Term(s): Child Health Services; Disabled Persons.

Cannabis
Controlled Substances Therapeutic Research Program; CN 153.

Cardiology
Medicine in New Mexico -- From Medicine Man to Meson Facility (Jan 1980); Special issue of New Mexico Magazine; FL 877.

Carrie Tingley Hospital
Medicine in New Mexico -- From Medicine Man to Meson Facility (Jan 1980); Special issue of
New Mexico Magazine; FL 877.
Minear, William L., M.D., Ph.D.; FL 1281. [abstract]
Photographs; PH 007.

Carr, Thomas Lyle, M.D., MACP, 1918-1998.
FL 1012; 1 folder. Paper: biographical sketch of Dr. Carr by Fred H. Hanold, M.D., 1991.
Access Term(s): Biography; Physicians; Internal Medicine.

Castillo, R. Robert, M.D., 1927- . [Oral History Collection]

Catholic Maternity Institute. Santa Fe, New Mexico.
DC 445; 1 document case. Reports on financial problems, etc. (1966-69).
Access Term(s): Midwifery.

Center for Occupational & Preventive Medicine. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 912; 1 folder. Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Occupational Medicine; Orthopedics.

Center for Occupational Medicine & Orthopedic Surgery. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 912; 1 folder. Newsletter.

Cerebral Palsy Day School/Rehabilitation Center. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1157; 1 folder. Community Health Center/Albuquerque Cerebral Palsy Day School, 1948-50, annual report, illustrated brochure.
PH 015; 1 folder. Photographs.
Access Term(s): Cerebral Palsy; Rehabilitation Centers.

Chapman Convalescent Home. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1128; 1 folder. Ephemera.
Access Term(s): Group Homes.

Charter Hospital/Charter Sunrise Hospital. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
DC 461; 1 folder. Ephemera.
PH 035; 1 folder. Photographs.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Psychiatric.

Chauvenet, Beatrice.
FL 863; 1 folder. Articles in New Mexico Magazine (1952, 1988) by and about B. Chauvenet.
Access Term(s): Health Services Administration.

Chaves County, New Mexico
Eastern New Mexico Medical Center. Roswell, N.M.; FL 1233.

Chavez, Fabian, 1924-2008. [Oral History Collection]
FL 1189; 1 folder. 1 sound cassette (35 min.) + 1 transcript (10 p.).
Interview with Fabian Chavez by Jake Spidle focuses on the former State Senator’s critical role in the establishment of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
Access Term(s): Oral history; State Legislators; UNM School of Medicine History.

Chicano Plan for Mental Health.
FL 931; 1 folder. Report, 1975.
Access Term(s): Hispanic Americans; Mental Health Services.

Chiffelle, Thomas L., M.D., 1918-2008. [Oral History Collection]
FL 804; 1 folder. 2 sound cassettes (150 min.) + 1 transcript (24 p.), news clipping, 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Thomas L. Chiffelle by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Chiffelle’s nearly forty years’ association with Lovelace Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians; Pathology; Lovelace Clinic.

Child Abuse/Sexual Assault
DC 412; 1 document case. Ephemera.
CN 150; 1 box. Sexual Abuse/Sexual Assault.

Child Advocacy
DC 417; 1 document case. Ephemera.

Child Care
Child care centers...and family day care homes, Listings by NM counties (1984-85); FL 1284.
Ephemera; 1 folder; DC 488.

Child Health Center, Inc. Las Vegas, New Mexico.
FL 993; 1 folder. Report of activities, 1961; 10th anniversary brochure, 1961.
Access Term(s): Children; Rural Health.

Child health in a tri-ethnic rural area - An EPSDT demonstration in the Checkerboard Area of New Mexico 1973-1976.
FL 1015; 1 folder. Report.
Access Term(s): Children; Rural Health.

Child Health Services
Caring for New Mexico's Chronically Disabled Children; DC 433.
Child Health Center, Inc. Las Vegas, N.M.; FL 993.
Child Health in A Tri-Ethnic Rural Area--An EPSDT Demonstration in the Checkerboard Area
of New Mexico 1973-1976; FL 1015.
Committee for Aid to Mentally Handicapped Children. Springer, N.M.; CN 154, Box 5.
Community Health Center/Albuquerque Cerebral Palsy Day School, 1948-50; FL 1157.
Directory of Services to Handicapped Children in New Mexico; DC 433.
New Mexico Society for Crippled Children. Albuquerque, N.M.; DC 433.
Richards, Mrs. Alyce; FL 1223. 
Salud de Madres y Niños: A 3-Year Maternal and Infant Care Staff Development Program; FL 911.
Southwestern Regional Pediatric Pulmonary Center. Albuquerque; FL 996.
“Temple of Babies' Smiles -- A History of Regina Hall,” by Ann Johnson-Nelson, 1991; FL 1173.

Children's Psychiatric Hospital, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
PH 125; 1 folder. Groundbreaking photographs.
PH 225; 1 folder. 10th anniversary photographs.

Children's Home Society / See: Regina Hall (Building).

Chiropractic in New Mexico.
FL 970; 1 folder. Ephemera.

Chronic pulmonary disease in children and young adults.
FL 996; 1 folder. Training program manual (1976); Goddard, Roy F., M.D.
Access Term(s): Lung Diseases; Pediatrics.

Claiborne, Georgie D., R.N.
PH 121; 1 folder. Photographs.
Access Term(s): Nurses; Nursing.

Clayton, E.M., M.D., 1873-1956.
FL 1126; 1 Folder. 1 sound cassette.
Interview with daughter regarding Dr. Clayton’s career as a physician in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Physicians, Family.

Cleft Palate
Rehabilitation Center, Inc. Albuquerque; FL 935.

Climate and diseases of New Mexico
Four journal articles (1865-1897); FL 1124.
“New Mexico as A Health Resort” by George M. Kellogg; FL 977.
“New Mexico: Salubrious El Dorado,” by Karen D. Shane; FL 1092.
Access Term(s): Climate; Historical Article; Syphilis; Tuberculosis; Rheumatic Diseases.

Clinics - New Mexico.
PH 098; 1 Folder. Photographs.
Access Term(s): Public Health.

Cobb, John “Jock” Candler, II, M.D., M.P.H., 1919-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 859; 1 folder. 1 sound cassette (50 min.) + 1 transcript, news clippings.
Interview with John C. "Jock" Cobb by H. Henrietta Stockel focuses on Dr. Cobb’s career as a consultant to the Indian Health Service concerning maternal and child health, a professor at the University of Colorado, and his interests in public health issues.
Access Term(s): Indian Health Service; Oral History; Physicians; Preventive Medicine; Public Health.

Colfax County, New Mexico
Committee for Aid to Mentally Handicapped Children. Springer, N.M.; CN 154 Box 5.
Miners Hospital. Raton, N.M.; FL 849.

Committee for Aid to Mentally Handicapped Children. Springer, New Mexico.
CN 154, Box 5; 1 folder. Correspondence regarding legislation (1951).
Access Term(s): Child Health Services; Children; Colfax County, N.M.; Mental Retardation.

Commonwealth Fund grant to New Mexico Department of Health (1929-1937).
DC 482; 1 document case. Papers on county nursing program and midwifery training.
Access Term(s): Midwifery; Public Health Nursing.

Communicable Diseases
New Mexico (State). DPH/HSSD. Communicable Disease Summary; CN 145.
New Mexico (State). HED. New Mexico Epidemiology Report; CN 145.
Workshop on Communicable Disease Control; FL 1020.

Community Council of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 842; 1 folder. Directory of Community Services, 1967.
Access Term(s): Community Organizations; Social Welfare.

Community Health Center/Albuquerque Cerebral Palsy Day School, 1948-50.
FL 1157; 1 folder. Annual report, illustrated brochure.
PH 015; 1 folder. Photographs.
Access Term(s): Cerebral Palsy; Child Health Services; Children; Publication.

Community Health Centers
Albuquerque Family Health Center (Later: First Choice); FL 1037.look in vertical files for more
New Mexico Primary Care Association; FL 1052.

Community Health Services
Taos County Cooperative Health Association; FL 1261.

Community Networks
Albuquerque Community Chest, Inc.; FL 972.
Council of Social Agencies of Bernalillo County, New Mexico; Albuquerque, N.M.; FL 972.

Comprehensive Health Education in New Mexico Public Schools.
FL 1082; 1 folder. Project manual, community action manual (1978-80).

“Comprehensive rehabilitation of severely disabling conditions,” workshop presentation, by Robert Muckleroy.
FL 1111; 1 folder. Paper (21p).
Access Term(s): Disability; Rehabilitation.

Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety. Santa Fe, New Mexico.
CN 158; 2 folders. Newsletters.
Access Term(s): Community Organization; Environmental Safety; Hazardous Waste; Public Health.

Consumer Advocacy
Gray Panthers de Santa Fe (N.M.); FL 1288.

Consumer Participation
Southwest States Chicano Consumer Conference on Health, 1972; FL 910.

Continuity of Patient Care
New Mexico Association for Continuity of Care; FL 965.

“Control of smallpox in New Spain's northern borderlands,” by Thomas L. Pearcy.
FL 1162; 1 folder. Article from Journal of the West (July 1990).
Access Term(s): Communicable Diseases; Public Health; Smallpox.

Controlled Substances Therapeutic Research Program.
CN 153; 1 folder. Report (1979) to N.M. governor and legislature.
Access Term(s): Cannabis.

Corcoran, John Joseph, Jr., M.D., 1913-1996. (Restrictions on use). [Oral History Collection]
FL 1065; 1 folder. 2 sound cassettes (155 min.) + 1 transcript (27 p.), news clippings, 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with John Joseph Corcoran, Jr., by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Corcoran’s life and his almost thirty year career as a dermatologist in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Terms(s): Oral History; Physicians; Dermatology.

Cornish, Percy Gillette, III, M.D., 1929-1996. [Oral History Collection]
FL 1182; 1 Folder. 1 sound cassette (60 min.) + 1 transcript (11 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Percy Gillette Cornish, a general surgeon in Albuquerque, New Mexico by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Cornish’s father and grandfather, both surgeons who practiced in Albuquerque.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons.
See also: P.G. Cornish, Sr. and P.G. Cornish, Jr.; DC 459.

Cornish, P.G., Sr., M.D., 1857-1932, and Cornish, P.G., Jr., M.D., 1892-1958.
DC 459; 1 document case. Ledgers of Office Expenses.
Access Term(s): Patients, Fees; Physicians, Surgeons.
See also: Cornish, P.G., III, M.D., 1929-1996; FL 1182. 

Council of Social Agencies of Bernalillo County, New Mexico.
FL 972; l folder. Directories of social agencies (1950s).
FL 1001; 1 folder. Community Resources Survey (1953).
Access Term(s): Community Networks; Community Resources; Social Services; Social Welfare.

Council of Social Agencies. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 972; 1 Folder. Directory of Social Agencies, 1951, 1953/54 & Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Community Networks; Community Resources; Bernalillo County, N.M.; Social Services; Social Welfare.

Counseling
Family & Children's Services Inc. Albuquerque; FL 995.

Cradle Home Hospital. Santa Fe, New Mexico.
FL 1217; 1 folder. Delivery room register (1949-53). (restricted)
PH 023; 1 folder. Photographs.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Maternity.

Cramer, Oliver S., M.D., 1911-1997. [Oral History Collection]
FL 1204; 1 folder. 2 sound cassettes (125 min.) + 1 transcript (24 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Oliver S. Cramer by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr Cramer’s nearly thirty years of internal medicine practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians; Internal Medicine.

Crownpoint spill -- Navajo Reservation, 1979.
DC 422; 1 folder. News clippings.
Access Term(s): Mining; Hazardous Waste.

Cultural Characteristics
“Handbook...for the Use of Public Health Nurses Working with Rural Spanish-Americans in Northern New Mexico;” FL 905.

Curanderismo
FL 903; Ephemera; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Medicine, Traditional.

Cushing, Alice H., M.D., 1930-. [Oral History Collection]
FL 1179; 1 folder. 2 sound cassettes (105 min.) + 1 transcript (32 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Alice H. Cushing by Jake Spidle surveys the early part of Dr. Cushing’s career as a pediatrician and university professor at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in Albuquerque.
Access Term(s): Bernalillo County-Indian Hospital; Oral history; Pediatrics; Physicians, Women.

Cystic Fibrosis
Cystic Fibrosis; FL 940.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, New Mexico Chapter. Albuquerque; FL 940.
New Mexico Cystic Fibrosis Care, Teaching, and Research Center. A proposal...,by Roy. F.
Goddard, M.D., 1974; FL 940.

Daviet, Leslie L., M.D., 1911-2002.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1194; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (80 min.) + 1 transcript (25 p.).
Interview with Leslie L. Daviet by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Daviet’s life and career as a general medicine/general surgery practitioner for 43 years in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Surgeons.

Deane, William M., M.D., 1940-.
FL 1100; 1 folder.  Sound cassette of Dr. Deane’s address to the Chaves County Historical Society in 1983.
Access Term(s): Presentation; Surgeons, Thoracic.

Defoliants, Chemical
Agent Orange; FL 992.

Dellinger, Maxine O.
DC 405; 1 document case. 
Research materials relating to her “History of Abdominal Surgery in New Mexico” (1960).
Access Term(s): History of Medicine; Surgery.

DeMaio, Michele, M.D., 1915-2004.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1225; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 min.) + 1 transcript (12 p.).
Interview with Michele DeMaio by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. DeMaio’s life and forty year career as an internist in Clovis, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine; Rural Medicine.

Dentists / Dentistry
Ephemera; CN 169.
New Mexico Academy of General Dentistry; CN 169.
New Mexico Dental Association; CN 169.

Derbyshire, Robert Cushing, M.D., 1910-1987.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1178; 1 folder.
2 sound cassettes (95 min.) + 1 transcript (37 p.).
Interview with Robert C. Derbyshire by Peter D. Olch and Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. Derbyshire’s 45 year career as a Mayo-trained general surgeon in Albuquerque, Artesia, and Santa Fe, New Mexico and his work with the New Mexico Board of Medical Examiners.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Surgeons.

Dermatology
Corcoran, John J., Jr., M.D.; FL 1065. 
Evans, Junius A., M.D.; FL 806.

Dettweiler, John H., M.D.; 1920-2002.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1245; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (60 min.) + 1 transcript (12 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with John H. Dettweiler by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Dettweiler’s forty year career as an internist in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine.

Deveaux, Reynaldo, M.D., 1918-2011.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1038; 1 Folder.  1 sound cassette (65 min.) + 1 transcript (15 p.), news clippings, 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Reynaldo Deveaux by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Deveaux’s life and more than forty year career as a physician in Taos County, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family.

Developmental Disabilities
New Mexico (State). Developmental Disabilities Planning Council; CN 154, box 5.

Diabetes
American Diabetes Association, New Mexico Affiliate; FL 941.
New Mexico Insulin Pump; PH 226.

Dillahunt, Jack A., M.D., 1914-1996.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1195; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 min.) + 1 transcript (24 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Jack A. Dillahunt by Jake Spidle summarizing Dr. Dillahunt’s life and 34 year career as an ophthalmologist in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Oral History; Physicians; Ophthalmology.

“Directory of mental health facilities in New Mexico.”
CN 137, box 2, f.7; 1 folder.  Directories (1958, 1966).
Access Term(s): Mental Health Services.

“Directory of services to handicapped children in New Mexico.”
DC 433; 1 folder.  Directory (1974).
Access Term(s): Child Health Services; Disabled Persons.

Disabled Persons
Caring for New Mexico's Chronically Disabled Children; DC 433.
Directory of Services to Handicapped Children in New Mexico; DC 433.
Handicapped; DC 433.
New Mexico Parents Reaching Out. Albuquerque; DC 433.
New Mexico Society for Crippled Children, Albuquerque; DC 433.

Disease Outbreaks
“Pueblo Indian Smallpox Epidemic, 1898-1899,” by Richard H Frost; FL 1159.
“Spanish Flu Epidemic of 1918 in New Mexico,” by Richard Melzer; FL 1087.

Doctor's Hospital. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1127; 1 folder.  Ephemera.
PH 078; 1 folder.  Photographs.
Access Term(s): Hospitals; Osteopathic Medicine.

Doherty, Edward F. and Doherty, Josephine.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 855; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (35 min.) + 1 transcript (8 p.).
Interview with Edward F. Doherty, administrator, and Josephine Doherty, nurse, by David B. Post, M.D., summarizes their careers with the Women’s and Children’s Hospital of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Nursing; Women's and Children's Hospital, Albuquerque (N.M.).

Dominguez, Jose Amado, D.O., 1909-1999.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1086; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (60 min.) + 1 transcript (18 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Jose A. Dominguez by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Dominguez’s half-century career as an osteopathic physician in Taos, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians, Osteopathic; Rural Medicine.

Dona Ana County, New Mexico
Dona Ana County, NM; DC 489.
Memorial Medical Center. Las Cruces, NM; CN 140.
Southwest Community Mental Health Services Inc. Las Cruces NM; FL 948.

Doughty, James H., M.D.
PH 036; 1 folder.  Photographs.  
Access Term(s): Physicians.

Driving While Intoxicated
Albuquerque/Bernalillo County, NM Alcohol Traffic Safety Program (ATSP); DC 441.
Driving While Intoxicated (DWI); CN 143.
Alcohol/Alcoholism; newsletters, ephemera; DC 403.

“Drug abuse in North Central New Mexico—problems and suggested responses.”
DC 431; 1 folder.  North Central New Mexico Comprehensive Health Planning Council position statement (1974).
Access Term(s): Substance Abuse.

“Early military medicine in New Mexico,” by Mildred S. Adler.
FL 851; 1 folder.  Paper.

Easter Seal Society of New Mexico.
DC 433; 1 document case.  Ephemera.

Eastern New Mexico Emergency Medical Services Corp., Region III. Clovis, New Mexico.
CN 167; 1 folder.
Newsletter, 1985-95.
Access Term(s): Emergency Medical Services.

Eastern New Mexico Medical Center. Roswell, New Mexico.
FL 1233; 1 folder.  Ephemera.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, County; Chaves County (N.M.).

Eaton, R. Philip, M.D.
New Mexico Insulin Pump; PH 226.

Economics, Medical
Economics Medical; DC 457.
“New Mexico Health Care Industry,” by Brian McDonald; FL 1285.

Education, Nursing
McCurdy School of Practical Nursing. Espanola, N.M.; FL 1039.
New Mexico Snap Project; CN 118.

Edwards, W. Sterling, M.D., 1920-2004.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1042; 1 folder.  1 audiocassette tape (65 min.) + 1 transcript (19 p.), 1 C.V., news articles, reprints, information on the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, School of Medicine, Department. of Surgery; + misc. correspondence & computer disk of preliminary transcription.
Interview with W. Sterling Edwards by Jake Spidle surveys the life and career as a cardiac thoracic surgeon and longtime faculty member at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center School of Medicine in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
WZ 100 C23 1974: “Alexis Carrel: visionary surgeon.”
W 62 G65 1995: “Making the patient your partner: communication skills for doctors and other caregivers.”
WG 510 E26 1957: “Plastic arterial grafts.”
WZ 100 E26 2000: “What does my life mean?”
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Thoracic Surgeon; University of New Mexico School of Medicine.

Egenhofer, Albert W., M.D., 1910-1991.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 805; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (80 min.) + 1 transcript (16 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Albert W. Egenhofer by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Egenhofer’s 33 years of ophthalmology practice in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Ophthalmology.

Ellis, Harry D., M.D., 1921-1997.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 952; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (150 min.) + 1 transcript (26 p.), 1 color photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Harry D. Ellis by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Ellis’ career as one of the earliest board-certified pathologists to practice in New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Pathology.

Emergency Medical Services
Eastern New Mexico Emergency Medical Services Corp., Region III. Clovis, NM; CN 167.
Emergency Medical Services (EMS); DC 425.
Gallup Indian Medical Center. Gallup NM; FL 1141.
Governor's Conference on Emergency Medical Services; CN 106, box 2, f.2.
New Mexico Regional Medical Program (1971-72); CN 106, box 2, f.17; 1 folder.

Emergency Medicine
Sedgwick, James C., M.D.; FL 1066. [Oral History Collection]
Stubbs, S. Robert, M.D.; FL 1263. [Oral History Collection]
New Mexico Emergency Nurses Association. Albuquerque; CN 120.

English, Frank A., M.D., 1916-2009.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 852; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (40 min.) + 1 transcript (10 p.).
Interview with Frank A. English by Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. English’s life and long career as a family practitioner in Ruidoso and Roswell, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Allergy and Immunology; Lung Diseases; Oral History; Physicians, Family; Rural Medicine.

Environment, Controlled
Sandia Corporation. Albuquerque (N.M.); FL 1290.

Environment / Environmental Health
Albuquerque Earth Day Coalition; FL 838.
Albuquerque Environmental Health Department; CN 164.
Environment/Environmental Health; DC 429.
Gordon, Larry T., M.P.H; CN 109.

“Environmental sanitation plus,” by O.E. Puckett, M.D.
FL 839; 1 folder.  Booklets 1 and 2 (1953).
Access Term(s): Health Promotion; Public Health; Sanitation.

Equipment and Supplies, Hospital
New Mexico Hospital Equipment Loan Council; FL 906.

Española, New Mexico: Physicians & Hospitals.
PH 096; 1 folder.  Photographs; Ziegler, Samuel R., M.D.
Access Terms(s): Hospitals; Physicians.

Ethnobotany
Navajo Ethnobotany; PH 141-147.
“Florilegio Medicinal: source of southwest ethnomedicine;” FL 1125.

Evans, Junius A., M.D., 1911-1995.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 806; 1 folder.  2 sound cassette (140 min.) + 1 transcript (23 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Junius A. Evans by Jake Spidle focusing on Dr. Evans’ careers as a physician in Las Vegas, New Mexico and as a dermatologist in Roswell, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Dermatology.

Evans, Leland S., M.D., 1909-.
FL 867; 1 folder.
PH 040; 1 folder.  Photographs.
Access Term(s): Physicians, Family.

“Expanded role of the nurse -- a New Mexico statewide survey.”
CN 101, f.3; 1 folder.  New Mexico Regional Medical Program publication (1975).

Eye/Eye Diseases
Eye/Eye Diseases; Ephemera; DC 424.
Eye Associates of New Mexico, P.A. Albuquerque; Newsletter; FL 1013.
Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, Inc., New Mexico Chapter. Albuquerque (N.M.); DC 424

Family Planning
Planned Parenthood of New Mexico/...Of the Rio Grande; DC 421.
Rio Grande Planned Parenthood. Albuquerque; DC 421.

Family Services
Families in Action (Bernalillo County, N.M.); newsletters; DC 431.
Family & Children's Services, Albuquerque, N.N.; ephemera; FL 995.
Family Counseling Service, Albuquerque (N.M.); ephemera; FL 999.

I Remember old McDonald's Farmington, by Eleanor Davenport McDonald.
F 804 F37 M32 1975: FL 1135; 1 folder.  Book (1975).
Access Term(s): Farmington (N.M.); Memoir; San Juan County (N.M.).

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS).
DC 436; 1 document case.  Reports, workbook, ephemera.

FHP Inc. (HMO)
DC 474; 1 document case.  Ephemera (1986-1997).

Fikany, Edward D., M.D., 1917-2002. [Oral History Collection]
FL 1166; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (50 min.) + 1 transcript (17 p.).
Interview with Edward D. Fikany by Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. Fikany’s career of more than forty years as a physician in the rural community of Fort Sumner, New Mexico (De Baca County).
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Rural Medicine.

Financial Support, Health
New Mexico Health Foundation, 1946-1964; DC 401.

Financing, Government
Hill-Burton Program; FL 998.

Fischer, Arthur J., M.D., 1913-2002.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1046; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (130 min.) + 1 transcript (20 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Arthur J. Fischer by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Fischer’s career as an otolaryngologist in Las Cruces, New Mexico and at Lovelace Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Otorhinolaryngology.

Fishback, Charles F., M.D., 1907-1990.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1071; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (120 min.) + 1 transcript (26 p.), news clippings, book, Medicine in the American Colonies by Dr. John B. Beckwith, with foreword by Dr. Charles F. Fishback.
Interview with Charles F. Fishback by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Fishback’s 30 years’ practice of pediatrics at Lovelace Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History: Physicians; Pediatrics.

Fitz, Reginald H., M.D., 1920-2013.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1258; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (70 min.) + 1 transcript (13 p.).
Interview with Reginald H. Fitz by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Fitz’s years as founder-dean of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Deans; Oral History; Physicians; University New Mexico School of Medicine.

Floersheim, Milton, Jr., M.D., 1919-2000.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1047; 1 folder.
1 sound cassette (65 min.) + 1 transcript (21 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Milton Floersheim, Jr., by Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. Floersheim’s career as a family practitioner in rural, northeastern New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians, Family; Rural Medicine.

“Florilegio Medicinal:” source of southwest ethnomedicine.
WA 59 E79 1978: FL 1125. 
Access Term(s): Ethnobotany; Medicine, Traditional; Plants, Medicinal.

Follingstad, Alvin H., M.D., 1905-1989. [Oral History Collection]

FL 1048; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (105 min.) + 1 transcript (16 p.), news clippings, 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Alvin H. Follingstad by Jake Spidle.  Originally (1939-1942) a small-town general practitioner, Dr. Follingstad set up his practice in general surgery and gynecology in Albuquerque after the Second World War and practiced there continuously until his retirement in 1981.
Access Term(s): Gynecology; Oral History; Physicians; Obstetrics.

Forbis, Robert E., M.D.
PH 009; 1 folder.  Photographs.
Access Term(s):  Surgeons; Orthopedics.

Fort Bayard Veterans Administration Hospital.
FL 1115; 1 expanding folder.
Congressional hearings about closure; history, ephemera.
PH 024; 1 folder.  Photographs.  
Access Term(s): Grant County (N.M.); Hospitals, Veterans; Sanatoria.

Fort Stanton Tuberculosis Sanatorium.
FL 1109; 1 expanding folder.  USPHS publications (1912, 1914); Histories, ephemera.
PH 218; 1 folder.  Photographs.
Access Term(s): Fort Stanton; Lincoln County (N.M.); Sanatoria.

Foster, Lloyd G., M.D., 1908-1999.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1049; 1 folder.
1 sound cassette (60 min.) + 1 transcript (12 p.), correspondence, 2 color photoprints (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Lloyd G. Foster by Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. Lloyd’s nearly 50 years’ medical practice in Reserve (Catron County), New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Foundation Health Plan of New Mexico / See: Qual-Med, Inc.

Fox, Anne, R.N., 1904-. [Oral History Collection]
FL 1089; 1 folder.
1 sound cassette (160 min.) + 1 transcript (15p.).
Interview with Anne Fox by Jake Spidle surveys her life and career as a nurse-midwife in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
PH 039; 1 folder.  Photographs.  
Access Term(s): Midwifery; Nurses; Oral history; Public Health Nursing

Friedenberg, Robert, M.D., FACP, 1909-1990.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1105; 1 folder.
2 sound cassettes (140 min.) + 1 transcript (22 p.).
Interview with Robert Friedenberg by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Friedenberg’s life and career as one of New Mexico’s pioneer board-certified internists.
PH 101; 1 folder. Photographs.
Access Term(s): Oral history. Physicians; Internal Medicine.

Fund Raising
Las Vegas (N.M.) Accepts A Challenge; FL 988.

Gallup, New Mexico
Gallup Indian Medical Center; Emergency room manual (1976); FL 1141.
Gallup Inter-Agency Alcoholism Coordination Committee; Gallup Alcohol Abuse Rehabilitation Design (GAARD) grant application (1972); FL 846.
Gallup Medical Group; Photographs; PH 117.

GAMA / See: Greater Albuquerque Medical Association

Gardner, Kenneth D., Jr., M.D., 1929-. [Oral History Collection]
FL 825; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (100 min.) + 1 transcript (34 p.).
Interview with Kenneth D. Gardner, Jr., by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Gardner’s career in New Mexico as a nephrologist practicing in Albuquerque, New Mexico and as a faculty member and dean at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
Access Term(s):  Oral History; Physicians, Nephrology.

Gastroenterology
Pitcher, J. Loren, M.D.; photographs; PH 123.

Gellenthien, Carl Herman, M.D., 1900-1989. [Oral History Collection]
FL 1117; 1 folder.  1 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (23 p.).
Interview with Carl H. Gellenthien by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Gellenthien’s 62-year career as a New Mexico physician in Mora County and as Medical Director of Valmora Industrial [tuberculosis] Sanatorium.
PH 027; Photographs.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine; Public Health; Rural Medicine; Tuberculosis.

Gervais, Robert H., M.D.; 1929-. [Oral History Collection]
FL 1164; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (70 min.) + 1 transcript (15 p.), 1 color photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Robert H. Gervais by Jake Spidle surveys the life and career of Dr. Gervais, a psychiatrist practicing in Roswell, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Psychiatry; Rural Health.

Gibbs, Meyler, M.D., 1869-ca 1952.
FL 1103; 1 folder. 1 sound cassette tape.
Interview with Dr Meyler’s son regarding his father.
Access Term(s): Physicians, Family.

Gila Regional Medical Center. Silver City, New Mexico.
FL 1218; 1 folder.  Paper regarding the history of Silver City, N.M. hospitals, ephemera.

Gillett, Hilton W., M.D.; 1903-1992.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1057; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (17 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Hilton W. Gillett by Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. Gillett’s more than 40 years of family practice in Lovington, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Goddard, Roy F., M.D.
Chronic Pulmonary Disease in Children and Young Adults; FL 996.

Goodwin, Martin Brune M.D.; 1921-2009.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1201; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (35 min.) + 1 transcript (7 p.).
Interview with Martin B. Goodwin by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Goodwin’s medical career as a radiologist practicing in Clovis, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Oral History; Physicians; Radiology; Rural Health.

Gordon, Larry J., M.P.H.; 1926-.  [Oral History PDF] [Papers]
CN109; Papers; 2 boxes.
1 transcript (74 p.) + 5 sound cassettes (338 min.).
Edited transcript taken from an interview with Larry J. Gordon, M.P.H., by Jake Spidle.
WA 546 G663 1994: “Environmental health and protection adventures.”
Access Term(s): Environmental Health; Oral History; Public Health Administration.

Governor's Conference on Emergency Medical Services.
CN 106, Box 2, f. 2; 1 folder.  Report (Glorieta, N.M., 1973).

Grant County, New Mexico
Fort Bayard VA Hospital; FL 1115.
Some highlights of health care, Silver City, and the Ladies' Hospital, 1880-1900; FL 1218.

Gray Panthers de Santa Fe, New Mexico.
FL 1288; 1 folder.  Statements of purpose (1981-83).
Access Term(s): Consumer Advocacy.

Greater Albuquerque Medical Association (GAMA).
CN 129; 2 boxes.  Records; 1915-; newsletters.

Greenblatt, Jerome, M.D.; 1916-1997.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1293; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (135 min.) + 2 transcripts (19 p. & 21 p.), news clippings, C.V., & obituary notice.
Interviews with Jerome “Jerry” Greenblatt by Jake Spidle survey the life and career of Dr. Greenblatt, a family practitioner of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family.

Greenfield, Myrtle.
CN 126; Papers; 1 box.
Access Term(s): Public Health.

Group Homes
Chapman Convalescent Home. Albuquerque, N.M.; DC 461.

Group Practice
Eye Associates of New Mexico, P.A. Albuquerque, N.M.; FL 1013.

Gwinn, A. Clay, M.D.; 1905-1987.  [Oral History Collection]
FL1058; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (50 min.) + 1 transcript (11 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with A. Clay Gwinn by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Gwinn’s nearly 40 years of medical practice in New Mexico, particularly in Carlsbad and Eddy County.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians; Ophthalmology; Otorhinolaryngology; Rural Health.

“Handbook...for the use of public health nurses working with rural Spanish-Americans in northern New Mexico.”
FL 905; 1 folder.  Companion publication to Manual and Glossary prepared under an NIH grant in New Mexico Health District #1 (1958-1963).
Access Term(s): Cultural Characteristics; Public Health Nursing; Rural Health.

Handicapped Persons
DC 433; 1 document case.  Ephemera.
Access Term(s): Disabled Persons.

Hannett, James W., M.D., 1882-1956.
FL 1148; 1 folder.  Cassette tape of interview with daughter.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family.

Hanold, Fred H., M.D., 1915-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 975; 1 folder.  4 sound cassettes (4 hrs. 45 min.) + 2 transcripts (73 pgs.).
Interview with Fred H. Hanold by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Hanold’s life and thirty year career as an internist in Albuquerque, New Mexico as well as his extensive involvement with medical issues in the state.
FL 1077; 1 folder.  “History of New Mexico Chapter, American College of Physicians.”
FL 868; 1 folder.  Cassette tape, transcript.
Interviewed Richard R. Barr about Mastercare (HMO).
Access Term(s): Health Maintenance Organizations; Mastercare (HMO); Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine; Societies, Medical.

Hantavirus
DC 487; 1 document case.  Ephemera (1993-).
Access Term(s): Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome.

Hardy, William R., M.D., 1929-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1237; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 min.) + 1 transcript (25 p.).
Interview with William R. Hardy by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Hardy’s reflections on the early years of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine from the viewpoint of one of the pioneer faculty members.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; UNM School of Medicine Faculty.

Hartz, Alvin S., M.D., 1915-1989.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 907; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (100 min.) + 1 transcript (23 p.), newspaper clipping.
Interview with Alvin S. Hartz by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Hartz’s 35 years of practice as an internist in Farmington, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine; Rural Health.

Hazardous Substances
DC 415; 1 document case.  Ephemera.

Hazardous Waste
Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety. Santa Fe; CN 158.
Crownpoint Spill -- Navajo Reservation, 1979; DC 422.
Waste Isolation Pilot Project (WIPP), Carlsbad; CN 158.

Head Injuries / See: Brain Injuries

“Healing, imagination, and New Mexico,” by Stephen D. Fox.
FL 881; 1 folder. Article from New Mexico Historical Review (Jul. 1983).
Access Term(s): Alternative Medicine.

“Health administration education in New Mexico, Need for,” by H.J. Muller, N.S. Kruger, and L.T. Gordon.
FL 1090; 1 folder. Article in Border Health (Jul.-Sep., 1988).

“Health care across cultures: public health nurses in Hispanic and Native American communities,” by Sandra K. Schackel.
FL 1282; 1 folder.  Paper prepared for publication (1992).
Access Term(s): Indian Health; Public Health Nursing.

Health Care Costs
New Mexico Conference on Health Care, 1990; FL 1147.

“Health Care in the 1990's ... a small business forum.”
FL 1268; 1 folder.  Cost information for small employers.
Access Term(s): Insurance Benefits.

Health Care Reform
Health Care Reform 1991-1994; CN 171.
New Mexicare; FL 1267.
Vall-Spinosa, Arthur, M.D.; FL 1196.

Health Care Reform 1991-1994, Carol A. Miller Collection.
CN 171; 4 boxes.  Papers collected by Carol A. Miller, M.P.H., while serving on The White House Health Care Task Force.
Access Term(s): Health Care Reform.

Health Care Sector
New Mexico Health Care Industry -- Current Economic Report; FL 1285.

Health Education
Association for the Advancement of Health Education; FL 904.
Comprehensive Health Education in New Mexico Public Schools; FL 1082.
HealthNet New Mexico (1980-1993); CN 122.
National Health Education Activities Survey -- State of New Mexico; FL 904.
New Mexico Health Coalition/New Mexico Chicano Mental Health Task Force; FL 1026.
New Mexico Society for Healthcare Educators; FL 934.

Health Facilities—New Mexico
Health Facilities: Postcards; PH 113.
Hospitals, Miscellaneous - New Mexico; PH 095.
La Mesa Medical Center. Albuquerque; FL 1277.
New Mexico Health Foundation, 1946-1964; DC 401.
See also: Hospitals

Health Fair New Mexico.
FL 1133; 1 expanding folder.  Reports, manuals, ephemera (1985, 1986).
Access Term(s): Health Education; Health Promotion.

Health Maintenance Organizations—New Mexico
FHP Inc.; DC 474.
Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO's); FL 1075.
Health Plus, Inc. Albuquerque, N.M.; CN 127.
Lovelace Clinic/Hospital/Medical Center/Health Plan; CN 114.
Mastercare (HMO); FL 868.
New Mexico Health Care Corp.; FL 847.
Presbyterian Health Plan/Healthcare Services/Hospital/Medical Center. Albuquerque; CN 127.
Qual-Med, Inc. Health Plan; FL 968.

Health Manpower
New Mexico Health Resources, Inc.; DC 444.
Pharmacy Manpower in the West; DC 465.

Healthmobile (circa 1922).
PH 038; 1 folder. Photographs.
Access Term(s): New Mexico Public Health Association; Public Health; Rural Health.

HealthNet New Mexico (1980-1993).
CN 122; 1 box.  Records and publications, 1986-1990.
Access Term(s): Health Education; Health Promotion.

Health Planning/ Health Planning Organizations
Mid-Rio Grande Health Planning Council, Inc.; CN 113
North Central New Mexico Comprehensive Health Planning Council (NorCHap). Santa Fe; DC 442.
New Mexico Health Decisions; FL 909.

Health Policy
New Mexico Health Decisions; FL 909.

Health Promotion
Environmental Sanitation Plus, Books 1 & 2, by O.E. Puckett, M.D.; FL 839.
Health Fair New Mexico; FL 1133.
HealthNet New Mexico (1980-1993); CN 122.
New Mexico Health Resources Registry; FL 1083.
Wellness New Mexico Association. Albuquerque, N.M. (1984-1987); FL 939.

Health Plus (HMO) / See: Presbyterian Health Plan

Health Plus, Inc. Albuquerque (N.M.).
CN 127; 8 folders.  Newsletters, formularies, directories, enrollment packets, ephemera.
Access Term(s): HMO; Health Maintenance Organizations.

“Health services - it's your body.”
FL 973; 1 folder.  Special issue of New Mexico Independent (Aug. 1977), Bernalillo County, N.M.

Health Services Administration
Chauvenet, Beatrice; FL 863.
“Need for Health Administration Education in New Mexico,” by H.J. Muller, N.S. Kruger, and L.J. Gordon; FL 1090.

Health Services Needs and Demands
New Mexico Conference on Health Care, 1990; FL 1147.

Heart
American Heart Association, New Mexico Affiliate; DC 483.
Heart; FL 1050.
New Heart Rehabilitation Program. Albuquerque, N.M.; FL 946.

Heim, Richard W, 1924-. [Oral History Collection]

Henderson, Carl, M.P.H., 1908-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1244; 1 folder.  3 sound cassettes (250 min.) + 1 transcript.
Interview with Carl Henderson by Jake Spidle surveys Mr. Henderson’s more than forty years of service with the New Mexico State Health Department.
Acess Term(s): Oral History; Public Health; Sanitation.

Hendryson, Irvin E., M.D., 1912-1977.
PH 199; 1 folder.  Photographs.  
Access Term(s): Physicians; Orthopedics.

Hill-Burton Program.
FL 998; 1 folder.  Congressional hearings on Hospital Construction Act (1945), AHA testimony (1955).
Access Term(s): Financing, Government; Hospitals.

Hispanic Americans
Chicano Plan for Mental Health; FL 931.
Hygiene, sanitation & public health in Hispanic New Mexico, by Marc Simmons; FL 1252.
Institute on Narcotic Addiction among Mexican Americans in the Southwest; FL 930.

History of Medicine—New Mexico and the Southwest
“Action of sunlight upon bacteria with special reference to B. tuberculosis,” by John Weinzirl. FL 884.
“American College of Physicians, New Mexico Chapter,” a history compiled by Fred H. Hanold, M.D.; FL 1077.
“Control of Smallpox in New Spain's Northern Borderlands,” by Thomas L. Pearcy; FL 1162.
“Early Military Medicine in New Mexico” by Mildred S. Adler; FL 851.
“For the soul is dead that slumbers: the adventures of a surgeon and his family in New Mexico(1946-1996), a memoir,” by Samuel R. Ziegler, M.D. and Isabel H. Ziegler. As told to Norman P. Ziegler, Ph.D, R.N.
“Handbook...for the Use of Public Health Nurses Working With Rural Spanish-Americans in Northern New Mexico;” FL 905.
“Health Care across Cultures: Public Health Nurses in Hispanic and Native American Communities,” by Sandra K. Schackel; FL 1282.
“Historical Perspective of Tuberculosis on the Border,” Wilhelm R. Rosenblatt; FL 856.
“Historical Study of Medicine in New Mexico,” by Jean Intress; FL 1102.
“History of Urology in New Mexico,” Compiled by Edward L. Johnson, M.D.; FL 926.
“Hygiene, sanitation & public health in Hispanic New Mexico,” by Marc Simmons. FL 1252.
“Indian sweat lodge,” by Laura D. Martin; FL 1028.
“Indigent Care in Sandoval County,” by Ken Brown; FL 862.
“La Doctorcia: memoirs of Virginia Voorhies Milner, M.D.: February 1939-September 1941,” Virginia V. Milner; WZ 100 M63 1989.
“Medical missionaries in New Mexico, 1880-1940,” by Cheryl J. Foote; FL 871.
“Medicine man's art,” by Anna Nolan Clark; FL 1091.
“Medicine in New Mexico: A Historical Perspective” by Robert T. Divett; FL 869.
“Medicine in New Mexico -- from medicine man to meson facility” special issue (Jan., 1980) of New Mexico Magazine;FL 877.
“New Mexico as a health resort,” by George M. Kellogg; FL 977.
“New Mexico: Salubrious El Dorado,” by Karen D. Shane; FL 109.
“Milestones in the Medical History of New Mexico,” by Maxine O. Dellinger; FL 866.
“Navajo Theory of Disease and Healing Practices” by Carl N. Gorman; FL 1029.
Orthopedic surgery in New Mexico, a history,” by W.L. Minear, M.D., Ph.D.; FL 1076.
“Outbreak of Botulism in Tucumcari, New Mexico” by C.H. Douthirt; FL 1286.
“Parteras in Northern New Mexico—a descriptive review of selected practices in midwifery,” by Mary N. Marquez and Consuelo Pacheco (1962); FL 834.
“Pioneer Physicians in Las Vegas, N.M.: 1880-1911,” by Dorothy S. Beimer; FL 1097.
“Pueblo Indian smallpox epidemic in New Mexico, 1898-1899,” by Richard H. Frost; FL 1159.
“Radiology in New Mexico, a History,” by C M. Thompson, M.D.; FL 1112.
“Remedio a Day Keeps the Doctor Away,” by Tibo J. Chavez; FL 1094.
“Reminiscences of an Old Time Pharmacist,” by Fred J. Geyer; FL 823.
“Report on the indigent migratory consumptive in certain cities of the Southwest,” by Jessamine S. Whitney; FL 977.
“Rocky Mountain region for consumptives,” by Eugene M. Littlejohn, M.D., FL 1124.
“Sangre impura in Mora,” by Walter Clarke; FL 865.
“Santa Fe and Santa Fe County,” by Amelia Montoya; FL 836.
“Spanish Doctors in the Old Southwest,” by Richard Dunlop; FL 870.
“Spanish Flu Epidemic of 1918 in New Mexico,” by Richard Melzer; FL 1087.
“Some highlights of health care, Silver City, and the Ladies' Hospital, 1880-1900;” FL 1218.
“Syphilis in New Mexico” by Walter Clarke; FL 865.
“Tales Those Nurses Told: Public Health Nurses Among the Pueblo and Navajo Indians,” by Sandra K. Schackel; FL 1132.
“The hospital at the end of the Santa Fe trail: a photographic history of St. Vincent Hospital, Santa Fe, New Mexico,” Clark Kimball and Marcus J. Smith; WX 28 K56 1977.
“Treading the elephant's tail: medical problems on the overland trails” by Peter D. Olch, M.D.; Bulletin of the History of Medicine (Summer 1985); FL 880.

HIV / AIDS Coordinating Council / See: New Mexico Association of People Living with AIDS

Hoermann, Clarence E., D.O., 1906-1976.
PH 004; 1 folder.  Photographs. 
Access Term(s): Physicians, Osteopathic.

Hogares, Inc. Albuquerque (N.M.).
FL 945; 1 folder.  Ephemera.
Term(s): Adolescent Health Services.

Home Care Agencies
New Mexico Association for Home Care; FL 966.
New Mexico Association of Home Health Agencies; FL 1003.

Home Care Services—New Mexico
Home Care Services; DC 408.
Hospital HomeCare (aka Hospital Home Health Inc.). Albuquerque; FL 960.
Visiting Nurse Service. Albuquerque; PH 158-PH 181.

Homeless Persons
Albuquerque Healthcare for the Homeless Inc.; DC 434.
Barrett House Emergency Shelter for Homeless Women and Their Children. Albuquerque, N.M.; FL 887.
Homeless; DC 434.

Homeopathy
“Homeopathy: Question and Answers,” by Karl Robinson, M.D.; FL 850.
Robinson, Karl, M.D.; FL 850.

Hope, Walter G., M.D., 1860-1935.
FL 1108; 1 folder.  Cassette tape of interview with daughter.
Access Term(s): Memoir; Physicians, Family.

Hospital Administrators
Woodham, Ray; FL 1184.
Doherty, Edward F., FL 855.
Barr, Richar B., FL 868.

Hospital HomeCare (a.k.a. Hospital Home Health Inc.). Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 960; 1 folder.  Annual reports, etc., 1979-87.
Access Term(s): Home Care Services; Hospice Care.

Hospitals
Hill-Burton Program; FL 998.
Hospitals; DC 446.
Hospitals, Miscellaneous - New Mexico, photographs; PH 095.

Hospitals & Clinics, Obsolete—New Mexico
WX 140 Q2 1975: “The obsolete hospital: raze or recycle?” by Donna E. Quasthoff.
General Files; PH 064.
Alamogordo; PH 063.
Albuquerque; PH 078.
Carlsbad; PH 081.  
Carrizozo; PH 062.  
Clovis; PH 083.
Cuba; PH068.  
Deming; PH 073.
Espanola; PH 072.
Eunice; PH 060.
Farmington; PH 084.
Gallup; PH 077.
Grants; PH 076.
Hobbs; PH 088.
Jal; PH 061.
Las Cruces; PH 085.
Las Vegas; PH 067.
Lordsburg; PH 075.
Lovington; PH 066.  
Mountainair; PH 069.
Portales; PH 082.
Raton; PH 059.
Roswell; PH 079.
Santa Fe; PH 080.
Santa Rosa; PH 065.
Silver City; PH 074.
Socorro; PH 070.
Springer; PH 087.
Taos; PH 071.
Truth or Consequences; PH 086.

Hospitals, New Mexico County
Bernalillo County-Indian Hospital. Albuquerque; FL 820.
Bernalillo County Indian Hospital. Albuquerque; PH 211 and PH 099.
Bernalillo County Medical Center, 1970-1973; Building Expansion/Remodeling; PH 153.
UNM Hospital: Miscellaneous Photos; PH 132.

Hospitals, New Mexico Maternity
Cradle Home Hospital. Santa Fe; FL 1217 and PH 023.  
Women's & Children's Hospital. Albuquerque; DC 409 and PH 018.  

Hospitals, New Mexico Military
Kirtland Field Dispensary (Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque); PH 215.
McAfee Army Hospital. White Sands Missile Range; FL 994.
Veterans Administration Hospital. Albuquerque; PH 112.

Hospitals, New Mexico Osteopathic
New Mexico Osteopathic Medical Association (NMOMA); CN 141.

Hospitals, New Mexico Private
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe (AT&SF) Railroad Hospital. Albuquerque; PH 011 and FL 915.
Women's & Children's Hospital. Albuquerque; DC 409 and PH 018.  

Hospitals, New Mexico Proprietary
Lovelace Clinic (Albuquerque): Astronaut Testing; PH 046.
Lovelace Clinic (Albuquerque): Board of Directors, Medical Staff; PH 043.
Lovelace Clinic (Albuquerque): Buildings and Grounds; PH 044.

Hospitals, New Mexico Psychiatric
Bernalillo County Mental Health / Mental Retardation Center, Buildings and Facilities; PH 224.
Bernalillo County Mental Health / Mental Retardation Center, Dedication; PH 129.
CareUnit Hospital of Albuquerque; FL 1266.
Charter Hospital/Charter Sunrise Hospital. Albuquerque; DC 461.
Charter Sunrise Hospital. Albuquerque; PH 035.  
Children's Psychiatric Hospital. Albuquerque: 10th Anniversary; PH 225.  
Children's Psychiatric Hospital. Albuquerque: Groundbreaking; PH 125.  
Las Vegas Medical Center; CN 149.
Memorial Hospital. Albuquerque; FL 938.
Sandia Ranch Sanatorium. Albuquerque; FL 1008.
Vista Sandia Hospital. Albuquerque; DC 469.

Hospitals, New Mexico Public
Gila Regional Medical Center. Silver City; FL 1218.
Las Vegas Accepts A Challenge; FL 988.
Las Vegas Hospital. Las Vegas; FL 988.
Memorial General Hospital/Memorial Medical Center. Las Cruces; CN 140.
Saint Vincent Hospital. Santa Fe; DC 430.
Silver City; PH 033.  
Some highlights of health care, Silver City, and the Ladies' Hospital, 1880-1900; FL 1218.

Hospitals, New Mexico Religious
Bataan Memorial Methodist Hospital. Albuquerque; CN 114.
Nazareth Hospital/Sanatorium. Albuquerque; DC 469.
Presbyterian Health Plan/Hospital/Medical Center. Albuquerque, CN 127.
Rehoboth McKinley Christian Hospital/Health Care Services. Gallup; FL 1247.
Saint Joseph Healthcare Corporation/Hospital. Albuquerque; CN 160.
Saint Joseph Hospital. Clayton; FL 928.
Saint Joseph Hospital/Sanatorium. Albuquerque; PH 022.  
Saint Mary's Hospital. Roswell; FL 1234.  
Saint Vincent Hospital/Sanatorium. Santa Fe; PH 002.  

Hospitals, New Mexico State
Insane Asylum/New Mexico State Hospital; CN 149.
Las Vegas Medical Center. Las Vegas; CN 149.
Miner's Hospital. Raton; FL 849; PH 059
Tuberculosis Sanatorium. Socorro; DC 406.

Hospitals, New Mexico Veterans
Fort Bayard VA Hospital; FL 1115.
Kurtz, Chester M., M.D., FACP, 1899-1989; FL 1051.
New Mexico Regional Federal Medical Center (VAMC). Albuquerque; DC 473.
Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC). Albuquerque; PH 112.  

Hossley, William J., M.D., 1916-1995.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1059; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (60 min.) + 1 transcript (12 p.), news clippings, 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with William J. Hossley by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Hossley’s forty years as a family practice physician in Deming, Luna County, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Hubbard, E.J., M.D., 1879-1965.
FL 1101; 1 folder.  Cassette tape, outline of 1978 oral history interview by Eastern New Mexico University, Roswell.
Access Term(s): Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

“Hygiene, sanitation & public health in Hispanic New Mexico,” by Marc Simmons.
FL 1252; 1 folder.  Article in New Mexico Historical Review (Jul. 1992).

Hypertension
New Mexico Hypertension Program; FL 1053.

“I remember, I remember Truchas the way it was 1936-1956,” by Myrtle Walmsley.
DC 428; 1 folder.
1981 publication of Menaul Historical Library...;
Access Term(s): Memoir; Rio Arriba County, N.M.

Indian Health
Gallup Indian Medical Center. Gallup, N.M.; FL 1141.
Gallup Inter-Agency Alcoholism Coordination Committee., Gallup, N.M.; FL 846.
“Health Care Across Cultures: Public Health Nurses in Hispanic and Native American Communities,” by Sandra K. Schackel; FL 1282.
Indian Health; DC 443.
“Indian sweat lodge,” by Laura D. Martin, (1976); FL 1028.
Navajo Health Care At Fort Defiance, AZ; PH 156.
“Tales Those Nurses Told: Public Health Nurses Among the Pueblo and Navajo Indians,” by Sandra K. Schackel; FL 1132.
Wauneka, Annie Dodge, 1910?-1997; FL 1140

“Indian sweat lodge,” by Laura D. Martin.
FL 1028; 1 folder.  Booklet (c1996) (12p).
Access Term(s): Indian Health; Traditional Medicine.

“Indigent care in Sandoval County,” by Ken Brown.
FL 862; 1 folder.  1985 study and report.
Access Term(s): Sandoval County, N.M.; Medical Indigency.

Influenza
“Spanish Flu Epidemic of 1918 in New Mexico,” by Richard Melzer; FL 1087.

Institute on Narcotic Addiction among Mexican Americans in the southwest.
FL 930; 1 folder.  Proceedings (1971) (DHEW pub HSM 73-9021).
Access Term(s): Hispanic Americans; Substance Abuse.

Insurance, Health
Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Mexico; DC 411.
Health Care in the 1990s: A Small Business Forum; FL 1268.
Insurance Health; DC 439.
New Mexico Physicians Service; CN 139.

Internal Medicine
Babey, Andrew M., M.D.; FL 915.  
Barol, Samuel R., M.D.; FL 854.  
Carr, Thomas Lyle, M.D., MACP; FL 1012.  
Cramer, Oliver S., M.D.; FL 1204.
Demaio, Michele, M.D.; FL 1225.
Dettweiler, John H., M.D.; FL 1245.
Friedenberg, Robert, M.D., FACP; PH 101 and FL 1105.
Gellenthien, Carl Herman, M.D.; PH 027 and FL 1117.
Hanold, Fred H., M.D.; FL 975.
Hartz, Alvin S., M.D.; FL 907.
Kemper, C.M., M.D.; FL 1269.
Kenney, Bergere A., M.D.; FL 807
Kurtz, Chester M., M.D., FACP; FL 1051.
Landmann, H. Richard, M.D.; FL 1202.
Levin, Louis, M.D.; FL 1219.
Lowenstein, Bernard, M.D.; FL 950.  
Massey, Robert U., M.D.; FL 1062.
Mendelson, Ralph W., M.D.; FL 828  
American College of Physicians, New Mexico Chapter, a history compiled by Fred H. Hanold, M.D.; FL 1077.

Intress, Robert H., M.D., 1921-2012.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1174; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (135 min.) + 1 transcript (33 p.), 1 photoprint (2.5 x 3.5 in.): b&w, 6x9 cm.
Interview with Robert H. Intress by Jake Spidle surveys the life and career of Dr. Intress.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians; Anesthesiology.

Jennings, Emmit M., M.D., 1922-2000.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 857; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (27 p.), memento of his successful State Senate candidacy in 1992.
Interview with Emmit M. Jennings by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Jennings’ life and career as a surgeon of Roswell, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physician, Surgeons; Rural Health.

“John Weinzirl: a personal search for the conquest of tuberculosis,” by Judith R. Johnson.
FL 976; 1 folder.  Article in New Mexico Historical Review (Apr. 1988).

Johnson, V. Scott, M.D., 1901-1990.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1167; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (120 min.) + 1 transcript (14 p.), news clippings.
Interview with V. Scott Johnson by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Johnson’s career of more than 50 years as a family physician of Clovis, Curry County, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians, Family; Rural Medicine.

Jones, Paul S., D.O., 1913-1993.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1177; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (90 min.) + 1 transcript (21 p.), news clippings, 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Paul S. Jones by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Jones’ 46 years practice in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians, Osteopathic.

Kemper, Clarence M., M.D., 1917-2002.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1269; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (24 p.).
Interview with Clarence “Bud” Kemper by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Kemper’s quarter-century practice at Lovelace Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine; Rheumatology.

Kempers, Bert, M.D., 1902-1992.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1056; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (105 min) + 1 transcript (19 p.), 1 col. photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Bert Kempers by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Kempers’ life and career as a general surgeon in Albuquerque, New Mexico, particularly his years with the Indian Health Service.
PH 037; Photographs; 1 Folder; Surgeons. 
Access Term(s): Indian Health; Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons.

Kenney, Bergere A., M.D., 1920-1988.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 807; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (135 min.) + 1 transcript (30 p.).
Interview with Bergere A. Kenney by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Kenney’s forty years’ practice in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine.

Key, Charles R., M.D., Ph.D., 1934-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 916; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (105 min.) + 1 transcript (23 p.), C.V., news clippings and reprint of his publication, "Cancer Incidence and Mortality in New Mexico, 1973-1977."
Interview with Charles R. Key, pathologist and epidemiologist, by Jake W. Spidle focuses primarily on Dr. Key’s first 25 years at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
Access Term(s): Epidemiology; Oral History; Physicians, Pathology; UNM School of Medicine Faculty

Kilgore, Donald, E., Jr., M.D., 1922-2011.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 899; 1 folder.  4 sound cassettes (290 min.) + 1 transcript (54 p.).
Interview with Donald E. Kilgore, Jr. by Jake W. Spidle surveys Dr. Kilgore’s life and career as an otolaryngologist and longtime leader of The Lovelace Medical Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Medical Center; Military Medicine; Oral History; Otolaryngology; Physicians.

Kirtland AFB Field Dispensary. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
PH 215; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Photographs; Hospitals, Military.

Kurtz, Chester Mott, M.D., FACP, 1899-1989.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1051; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (40 min.) + 1 transcript (10 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Chester M. Kurtz by Jake Spidle focuses exclusively on Dr. Kurtz’s years as Hospital Director of the Veterans Hospital in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1051; 1 folder.
Biographical sketch by Fred H Hanold, M.D.
Access Term(s): Hospital Directors; Oral History; Physicians, Internal Medicine; Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC).

Laboratories
New Mexico Medical Laboratories, Inc. Albuquerque; FL 1214.

La Llave Drug Rehabilitation Program. Albuquerque, New Mexico.  
FL 864; 1 folder.
Publication: Economic Impact Report (“Economic impact considerations of La Llave Drug Rehabilitation Program,” by Gediminas A. Cibas) 1974.
Access Term(s): Substance Abuse; Treatment Programs.

La Mesa Medical Center. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1277; 1 folder.  Ephemera (1993).
Access Term(s): Health Facilities.

Lander, Ernest Wilbur, M.D., 1906-1997. [Oral History Collection]

FL 808; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (135 min.) + 1 transcript (27 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.), paper of reminiscences (12 p.).
Interview with Ernest Wilbur "Bud" Lander by Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. Lander’s 48 years’ practice in Roswell, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family’ Rural Health.

Landmann, Heinz Richard, M.D., 1908-1995.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1202; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 min.) + 1 transcript (16 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with H. Richard Landmann by Jake Spidle surveys the life and career of Dr. Landmann, an internist of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine; University of New Mexico School of Medicine.

Las Vegas, New Mexico
Las Vegas hospital, photograph; PH 067.
Las Vegas Hospital. Las Vegas, N.M.; FL 988
Las Vegas Medical Center Newsletters, ephemera (1990s), 2 folders; CN 149.
Las Vegas Medical Center Newsletters, ephemera (1990s), 2 folders; CN 149.
Las Vegas/San Miguel County Medical Society (1948-1980), Minutes, correspondence; CN 138.
“Pioneer Physicians in Las Vegas, N.M.: 1880-1911,” by Dorothy S. Beimer; FL 1097.
Publication promoting a new hospital in Las Vegas, N.M. (1948); FL 988.

Latimer, Earl A., M.D.., 1919-1998.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 908; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (65 mins.) + 1 transcript (12 p.), 1 obituary notice.
Interview with Earl A. Latimer, Jr. by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Latimer’s life and his career as a family practitioner of Roswell, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Legant, Omar, M.D.
PH 026; 1 folder;  photographs. 
Access Term(s): Physicians; Radiology.

Levin, Louis, M.D., 1916-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1219; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (160 min.) + 1 transcript (27 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Louis Levin by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Levin’s life and career as an internist of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Oral history; Physicians; Internal Medicine.

Levitt, JoAnn N., M.D., 1925-2012.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 858; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (130 min.) + 1 transcript (16 pages); curriculum vitae; news clippings.
Interview with JoAnn N. Levitt by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Levitt’s medical career as, first, a nurse; then a physician (anesthesiologist); and, finally, as a medical society officer and professional administrator of the New Mexico Board of Medical Examiners.
Access Term(s): Board of Medical Examiners; Oral History; Physicians, Anesthesiology.

Libo, Lester M., Ph.D., 1923-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1222; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (80 min.) + 1 transcript (14 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Lester M. Libo by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Libo’s life and career as a psychologist in private practice and with the state Department of Public Health, and as faculty with the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
RWT 150 AUB 1980, Pt. 1-2; Autumn Faces [slides]. 
WM 30 G87 1968: “Mental health consultants: agents of community change,” [by] Charles R. Griffith [and] Lester Libo.
Access Term(s): Community Mental Health Services; Mental Health Service; Oral History; Psychology; UNM School of Medicine Faculty.

Licensure
New Mexico (State). Health and Environmental Department; CN 153.

Licensure, Medical
New Mexico (State). Board of Medical Examiners; FL 1084.

Licensure, Pharmacy
New Mexico (State). Board of Pharmacy; CN 112.

Lincoln County, New Mexico.
Fort Stanton Tuberculosis Sanatorium; FL 1109
“Lincoln County, New Mexico: A Plan for Preservation and Growth (1974);” DC 440.

Living Through Cancer, Inc. Albuquerque, N.M.
DC 448; 1 Document Case.
Annual Report 1984/85; Newsletter 1988 to present.
Access Term(s): Cancer; Survivors; Social Service Agency

Loftfield, Robert B., Ph.D., 1919-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1190; 1 folder.  3 sound cassettes (220 min.) + 1 transcript (42 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Robert B. Loftfield by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Loftfield’s involvement with the beginning and early years of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine as the school’s first biochemist.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Biochemistry; UNM School of Medicine Faculty.

Long-Term Care
Long-term care - New Mexico; reports, studies, etc. by New Mexico legislature and state agencies and commissions (1979-86); DC 472.
New Mexico Health Care Association; CN 144.

Los Alamos County, New Mexico.
Los Alamos; ephemera on the city, county and scientific laboratory; DC 456.
Los Alamos County; ephemera; DC 456.
Los Alamos County Medical Society; ephemera; DC 456.
“Los Alamos handbook of radiation monitoring;” 1958 report no. LA-1835, 3d ed.; DC 456.
Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility (LAMPF); photographs; PH 221.
Rosen, Louis, Ph.D.; FL 1251.

Love, Erika.
FL 1107; 1 expanding folder.
Oral history interview by Medical Library Association (1985-86).
Access Term(s): Directors; UNM Health Sciences Center Library.

Lovelace Clinic, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Anderson, Robert O.; FL 876.
Barol, Samuel R.; FL 854.
Chiffelle, Thomas L.; FL 804.
Kemper, C.M., M.D.; FL 1269.
Levin, Louis, M.D.; 1219.
Lovelace Clinic: Astronaut Testing; Photographs; PH 046.
Lovelace Clinic: Board of Directors, medical staff; Photographs; PH 043.
Lovelace Clinic: Buildings & Grounds; Photographs; PH 044.
Lovelace Clinic/Hospital/Medical Center/Health Plan; Publications, ephemera (1950s-); CN 114.
MacQuigg, Rodger E., M.D. ; FL 810.
Massey, Robert U., M.D.; FL 1062.
McCarthy, Jack, M.D.; FL 1187.  
McKinnon, D.A., Jr., M.D.; FL 1061.
Overton, Lewis M.; FL 814.  
Pasternak, Derick P., M.D.; FL 954. (not on innopac)
Turner, Robert S., M.D.; FL 1192.
Twiest, Melvin W., M.D.; FL 987. 
White, Clayton S. “Sam”; M.D.; FL 897. 

Lovelace Foundation for Medical Education and Research, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Campbell, Jack M.; FL 964. 
Luft, Ulrich C., M.D.; FL 1131. 
Mckinnon, D.A., Jr., M.D.; FL 1061. 
Operational highlights (report), 1969/70 and 1970/71; CN 114.
WA 30 L898 1991: “Proceedings of the 1991 annual symposium: Frontiers of community health,” edited by Neill Piland and Lawrence Berger.
Schwichtenberg, Albert H., M.D.; FL 829. 

Lovelace Medical Center (Lovelace Health Systems), Albuquerque, New Mexico
WA 24 L94 1987: “The Lovelace Medical Center: pioneer in American health care.”  
WA 24 L94 199?: “The Lovelace Medical Center: toward the 21st century.”  
WZ 70 L898 2001: “Eighty years of caring, 1922-2002: the story of Lovelace Medical Center.”
W 84 H41 1999: “Twenty-first century healthcare in New Mexico : constructing a rational plan : report of the twenty-third New Mexico First Town Hall, October 21-24, 1999, Las Cruces, New Mexico / sponsored by BlueCross BlueShield of New Mexico, Lovelace Health Systems, New Mexico Heart Institute, Presbyterian Healthcare Services, St. Joseph Healthcare ; background report by University of New Mexico Health Science Center, Health Sciences Ethics Program.”

Lovelace, William Randolph “Uncle Doc” I, M.D., 1883-1968.
FL 826; 1 folder.
PH 041; Photographs; 1 folder.
PH 045; Photographs; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Lovelace Physicians; Medical Directors

Lovelace, William Randolph II, M.D., 1907-1965.
FL 827; 1 folder.
PH 042; Photographs; 1 folder.
PH 045; Photographs; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Aerospace Medicine; Lovelace Clinic; Physicians, Surgeons.

Lowenstein, Bernard, M.D., 1908-2002.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 950; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (100 min.) + 1 transcript (16 p.).
Interview with Bernard Lowenstein by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Lowenstein’s lengthy medical practice in New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Indian Health Service; Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine; Tuberculosis; Veteran's Administration Hospital, Albuquerque, N.M. (VAMC).

Luft, Ulrich C., M.D., 1910-1991.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1131; 1 folder.  3 sound cassettes (190 min.) + 1 transcript (36 p.), newspaper clipping.
Interview with Ulrich C. Luft by Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. Luft’s life and career as a research scientist at the Lovelace Medical Foundation in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Aerospace Medicine; Oral History; Physicians; Research; Lovelace Foundation for Medical Education and Research.

Lukens, Charles Edward, M.D.
“The Temple of Babies' Smiles -- A History of Regina Hall,” by Ann Johnson-Nelson; FL 1173.

Lung Diseases
American Lung Association of New Mexico; DC 414.
Chronic Pulmonary Disease in Children and Young Adults; FL 996.
English, Frank A., M.D.; FL 852.
Rosenblatt, Wilhelm F., M.D.; FL 856.
Samet, Jonathan M., M.D.; FL 1030.
Southwestern Regional Pediatric Pulmonary Center, Albuquerque; FL 996.

MacQuigg, Rodger E., M.D., 1913-1993.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 810; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (24 p.), news clippings, 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Rodger E. MacQuigg by Jake Spidle focuses predominantly on Dr. MacQuigg’s 27 years as a chest surgeon at Lovelace Clinic, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons; Thoracic Surgery.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Ephemera, New Mexico Health Systems Agency reports (1984); FL 914.

Maldonado, Jose, M.D., 1904-2004.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 809; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (140 min.) + 1 transcript (26 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Jose Maldonado by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Maldonado’s nearly fifty years of practice as a surgeon in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Oral history; Physicians, Surgeons.

Malone, Earl L., M.D., 1914-2007.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1060; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (130 min.) + 1 transcript (29 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Earl L. Malone by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Malone’s career as a family practitioner of Roswell, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Managed Care Programs
Medicaid Managed Care in New Mexico /New Mexico Welfare Reform (1997-); DC 423.

Mann, Jonathan M., M.D., 1947-1998. [Oral History Collection]
FL 890; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 mins.) + 1 transcript (30 pages) + news articles regarding Dr. Mann's accidental death.
Interview with Jonathan M. Mann by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Mann’s career as of 1996, but focuses specifically on his ten years in New Mexico, 1975-1984.
Access Term(s): Epidemiology; Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine; Public Health.

Marshall, I.J., M.D., 1904-1983.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 861; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (24 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.), newspaper clipping photocopies.
Interview with I. J. Marshall by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Marshall’s 48 years of medical practice in Roswell, New Mexico as well as his service to the state’s medical community.
PH 119; photographs; 1 folder. 
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians, Family; Physicians, Surgeons; Rural Health.

Marshall, Ulysses S. “Steve,” M.D., 1910-1995.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1168; 1 folder.
1 sound cassette (70 min.) + 1 transcript (17 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Ulysses S. Marshall, a general practice/general surgeon, by Jake Spidle sheds light on the practice realities of small town medicine in New Mexico in the important transitional period of the 1940’s and 1950’s.
Access: Oral history; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Martin, Beatrice, R.N., 1906-1997.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1270; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (100 min.) + 1 transcript (23 p.).
Interview with Beatrice C. Martin by Jake Spidle focuses on Mrs. Martin’s work as a nurse in Albuquerque in the period 1929-1943.
School Nursing; Nursing Homeopathy: question & answers, by Karl Robinson, M.D.; FL 850; Booklet (13p); 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Nursing; Oral history; Homeopathy.

Massey, Robert U., M.D., 1922-2008.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1062; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (65 min.) + 1 transcript (11 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Robert U. Massey by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Massey’s 18 years at the Lovelace Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Lovelace Clinic; Oral history; Physicians; Internal Medicine.

Maternal and Infant Care
Salud de Madres y Niños, the Obstetrical Program of La Clinica Del Pueblo, Tierra Amarilla,
     N.M.; FL 911.

Maternal Health Services
Salud de Madres y Niños: A 3-Year Maternal and Infant Care Staff Development Program;
     FL 911.

McAfee Army Hospital. White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico.
FL 994; 1 folder.  Dedication ceremony booklet (1964).
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Military; White Sands Missile Range (N.M.).

McCarthy, Jack D., M.D., 1927-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1187; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (40 min.) + 1 transcript (10 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Jack D. McCarthy by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. McCarthy’s personal and professional life, particularly his early career at Lovelace Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons.

McConnell, Thomas S., M.D., 1935-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1271; 1 folder.  3 sound cassettes (190 min.) + 1 transcript (44 p.), curriculum vitae, 1967 application for licensure, 1 b&w photoprint (6 x 9 cm., 2.5 x 3.5 in.).
Interview with Thomas S. McConnell by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. McConnell’s life and medical career, particularly his internship at the Bernalillo County-Indian Hospital followed by a pathology residency and a faculty position with the new University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Pathology; UNM School of Medicine Faculty.

McCulloch, John, M.D., 1922-2000.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1188; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (70 min.) + 1 transcript (19 p.), news clippings.
Interview with John C. McCulloch by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. McCulloch’s life and medical career as a family practitioner in Farmington, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

McCurdy School of Practical Nursing. Española, New Mexico.
FL 1039; 1 expanding folder.  Materials describing history, curriculum, etc. (1979-80).
Access Term(s): Education, Nursing.

McKinley County, New Mexico
Gallup Medical Group; PH 117.
McKinley County, N.M.; DC 447.
Rehobeth Hospital. Gallup, N.M.: medical staff; PH 109.

McKinnon, D. Angus, Jr., M.D., 1908-1992.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1061; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 min.) + 1 transcript (16 p.), news clippings, 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with D. Angus McKinnon by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. McKinnon’s years at Lovelace Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):Lovelace Clinic; Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons.

McLaren, Leroy C., PhD, 1924-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1205; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (150 min.) + 1 transcript (25 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Leroy C. McLaren by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. McLaren’s involvement with the creation and early years of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Microbiology; UNM School of Medicine Faculty.

McNown, Valerie Friedman, M.D., 1916-2004.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1206; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 min.) + 1 transcript (18 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Valerie Friedman McNown by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. McNown’s life and career as a pediatrician in the Española Valley of New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Oral History; Pediatrics; Physicians, Women.

Medicaid
Medicaid Managed Care in New Mexico/New Mexico Welfare Reform (1997-); DC 423.

Medical History Committee, NM Medical Society; PH 198; Photographs; 1 folder. Physicians

Medical Indigency
Albuquerque Healthcare for the Homeless; DC 434.
“Indigent Care in Sandoval County,” by Ken Brown; FL 862.

Medicine/Business Coalition of New Mexico.
FL 942; 1 folder.  List of meetings (monthly), 1991-1993.
Access Term(s): Occupational Health.

“Medical missionaries in New Mexico, 1880-1940,” by Cheryl J. Foote.
FL 871; 1 folder.  Paper (11p).

Medicine in New Mexico -- from medicine man to meson facility.
FL 877; 1 folder.  New Mexico Magazine, special issue (Jan., 1980).
Access Term(s): Cardiology; Carrie Tingley Hospital; Nursing; Physicians; Telemedicine.

“Medicine in New Mexico: a historical perspective” by Robert T. Divett.
FL 869; 1 folder.  Paper.
Access Term(s): History of Medicine.

“Medicine man's art,” by Anna Nolan Clark.
FL 1091; 1 folder.  Article in New Mexico Magazine, May 1940.
Access Term(s): Sand-paintings; Traditional Medicine.

Medicine, Traditional
Curanderismo; FL 903.
Florilegio Medicinal: Source of Southwest Ethnomedicine; FL 1125.
“Indian Sweat Lodge,” by Laura D. Martin; FL 1028.
Navajo Ethnobotany, photographic slides, 7 folders; PH 141-147.
“Navajo Theory of Disease and Healing Practices” by Carl N. Gorman; FL 1029.
“Remedio A Day Keeps the Doctor Away,” by Tibo J. Chavez; FL 1094.

Memorial General Hospital/Memorial Medical Center. Las Cruces, New Mexico.
CN 140; 1 box.  Assorted historical and informational publications.
Access Term(s): Dona Ana County, New Mexico; Hospitals, public.

Memorial Hospital. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 938; 1 folder.  Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Psychiatric.

Mendelson, Ralph W., M.D., 1888-1968.
FL 828; 1 folder.  Two cassette tapes of interview with daughter and two cassette tapes of interview with Robert Friedenberg, M.D.
Access Term(s): Physicians; Internal Medicine.

Mental Health Resources, Inc. Portales, New Mexico.
DC 427; 1 folder.  Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Mental Health Services.

Mental Health / Mental Health Services
Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)-New Mexico; DC 427.
Alliance for the Mentally Ill. Albuquerque Affiliate; DC 427.
Chicano Plan for Mental Health; FL 938.
Directory of Mental Health Facilities in New Mexico; CN 137, Box 2, f.7.
Mental Health Resources, Inc. Portales, N.M.; DC 427.
New Mexico Council of Community Mental Health Services, Inc., Albuquerque, N.M.; FL 1259.
San Juan Mental Health & Counseling Service, Inc. Farmington, N.M.; (1962-75); DC 404.
Southwest Community Mental Health Services Inc. Las Cruces N.M.; FL 948.

Mental Retardation
Albuquerque Association for Retarded Children, Inc. Albuquerque, N.M.; CN 154.
Committee for Aid to Mentally Handicapped Children. Springer, N.M.; CN 154, box 5.

Methodist Deaconess Hospital/Sanatorium, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
DC 413; 1 document case.  Annual Reports, 1912/13-1950 and Monthly Reports, 1926-49.
PH 118; photographs; 1 folder. 
Access Term(s): Sanatoria; Tuberculosis.

Mid Rio Grande County Medical Society.
CN 108; 1 box.  Records, 1959-1987.
Access Term(s): Societies, Medical.

Mid-Rio Grande Health Planning Council, Inc.
CN 113; 1 box.  Publications, minutes, etc. (1972-1976).
Access Term(s): Health Planning.

Microbiology
McLaren, Leroy C., Ph.D, 1924-; FL 1205.

Midwifery, New Mexico
Catholic Maternity Institute. Santa Fe; DC 445.
Commonwealth Fund Grant to New Mexico Department of Public Health (1929-1937); DC 482.
Midwives; PH 014.
New Mexico (State). Health and Environment Department; CN 120, f.16.
New Mexico (State). Health and Environment Department; CN 120, f.17.
“Parteras in Northern New Mexico...,” by Mary N. Marquez and Consuelo Pacheco (1962); FL 834.
Southwest Maternity Center. Albuquerque; FL 1291.

Miles, Lee Monroe, M.D., 1887-1956.
FL 1110; 1 folder.  Cassette tape of interviews with two daughters.
Access Term(s): Gynecology; Physicians; Obstetrics.

“Milestones in the medical history of New Mexico,” by Maxine O. Dellinger.
FL 866; 1 folder.  Reprint from Rocky Mountain Medical Journal (Nov. 1962).

Military Medicine
“Early Military Medicine in New Mexico” by Mildred S. Adler; FL 851.

Miller, Edward L., D.O., 1917-1993. [Oral History Collection]
FL 1276; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Osteopathic.

Millican, Edith F., M.D., 1914-1985.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 811; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (145 min.) + 1 transcript (29 p.).
Interview with Edith F. Millican by Jake Spidle focuses on her quarter-century practice in northern New Mexico, first at Embudo and then in the Mora Valley.
PH 029; photographs; 1 folder.  
“Where the cranes fly: the adventures of Edith F. Millican, M.D. in China, 1943-1948: a medical adventure under the Presbyterian Church in war-torn China,” edited by Carolyn Atkins and Betty A. Isbister; WZ 100 N62 1987.
Access Term(s): Missions and Missionaries; Oral History; Physicians, Women; Public Health.

Milligan, Charles D., D.O., 1921-2004.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1186; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (26 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Charles D. Milligan by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Milligan’s life and career as an osteopathic physician practicing family medicine in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Physicians, Osteopathic.

Milliken, Stewart A., M.D.
FL 1085; 1 folder.  Authorized copies of correspondence held by family.
PH 032; photographs; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Physicians, Family.

Milner, Virginia V., M.D., 1912-1992.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 812; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (65 min.) + 1 transcript (15 p.), news clippings, 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Virginia Voorhies Milner by Jake Spidle focuses almost exclusively on Dr. Milner’s service in the 1930s and 1940s as a medical missionary in the Sangre de Cristo mountains of northern New Mexico.
“La Doctorcita: memoirs of Virginia Voorhies Milner, M.D.: February 1939-September 1941,” Virginia V. Milner; WZ 100 M63 1989.
Access Term(s): Missions and Missionaries; Oral History; Physicians, Women.

Minear, William L., M.D., Ph.D, 1910-1994.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1281; 1 folder.  3 sound cassettes (220 min.) + 1 transcript (28 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with William L. Minear by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Minear’s thirty years’ practice as an orthopedic surgeon in New Mexico.
CN 121; 1 box.  Papers.
PH 007; 1 folder. Photographs. 
Access Term(s): Carrie Tingley Hospital; Oral History; Surgeons; Orthopedics.

Miners Hospital. Raton, New Mexico.
FL 849; 1 expanding folder.  Long-range plan (1983).
PH 059; 1 folder.  Photographs.
Access Term(s): Colfax County, New Mexico; Hospitals, State.

Mining
Crownpoint Spill -- Navajo Reservation, 1979; DC 422.
Mining; DC 422.

Missions and Missionaries
“For the soul is dead that slumbers : the adventures of a surgeon and his family in New Mexico (1946-1996), a memoir, “by Samuel R. Ziegler, M.D. and Isabel H. Ziegler. As told to Norman P. Ziegler, Ph.D,R.N.
“La Doctorcia: memoirs of Virginia Voorhies Milner, M.D.: February 1939-September 1941,” Virginia V. Milner; WZ 100 M63 1989.
“Medical missionaries in New Mexico, 1880-1940” by Cheryl J. Foote; FL 871.
Millican, Edith F., MD; FL 811, PH 029.
Milner, Virginia V, MD; FL 812.
Presbyterian Medical Mission, Dixon & Embudo, N.M.; PH 031.
Ziegler, Samuel R., MD; FL 819.

Molholm, Clifford E., M.D., 1907-1996.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1088; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (90 min.) + 1 transcript (20 p.).
Interview with Clifford Ellis Molholm by Jake Spidle Surveys the life and career of Dr. Molholm, a family medicine practitioner who spent 36 years in New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family.

Monkbridge Manor/Monkbridge Co., Inc. Sanatorium. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1119; 1 folder.  Brochure, ca 1925.
Access Term(s): Sanatoria; Tuberculosis.

Moon, Norman F., M.D., 1930-1998.
FL 1197; 1 folder.  7 Cassette Tapes regarding 1980 false arrest.
Access Term(s): Physicians; Surgeons; Orthopedics.

Mora County, NM
“Sangre impura in Mora,” by Walter Clarke; FL 865.

Morgan, Clinton Wilkins, Jr., M.D., 1918-1998.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1279; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (90 min.) + 1 transcript (20 p.).
Interview with Clinton Wilkins Morgan, Jr., by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Morgan’s more than thirty years’ practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Neurosurgery; Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons.

Mortality
DC 477; 1 document case.  Ephemera.

Mortimer, Harold M., M.D., 1901-1984.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1078.  2 sound cassettes (140 mins.) + 1 transcript (24 pages).
Interview with Harold M. Mortimer by Jake Spidle surveys the life and career of Dr. Mortimer, a long time general practitioner of Las Vegas, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis; FL 933.
Rio Grande Chapter, National Multiple Sclerosis Society; FL 933.

Musgrave, Homer, M.D., 1920-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1216; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (130 min.) + 1 transcript (24 p.).
Interview with Homer S. Musgrave by Jake Spidle surveys the life and career of Dr. Musgrave, an anesthesiologist of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Anesthesiology.

Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, Inc., New Mexico Chapter. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
DC 424; 1 folder.  Newsletter.
Access Term(s):  Eye Diseases; Myasthenia Gravis.

Napolitano, Leonard M., Ph.D, 1930-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 813; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (140 min.) + 1 transcript (27 p.).
Interview with Leonard M. Napolitano by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Napolitano’s personal and professional background, then shifts to an overview evaluation of the foundation of the University New Mexico School of Medicine and the first decade of its operation.
“Annual progress report: New Mexico maternity and infant care project, calendar year 1972,” [edited by] Leonard M. Napolitano, Perry A. Henderson, R. Richard Murray; .
Access Term(s): Oral History; UNM School of Medicine Deans.

National Conference on Rural Primary Care (7th annual), 1984. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1136; 1 folder.  Conference program and text of address by N.M. Governor Toney Anaya.
Access Term(s): Rural Health.

National Health Education Activities Survey -- State of New Mexico.
FL 904; 1 folder.  Survey report (1980) (28p).
Access Term(s): Health Education.

National Women's Health Network - New Mexico.
FL 1289; 1 folder.  Newsletter.

Navajo
Navajo Ethnobotany, photographic slides; 7 folders; PH 141-147.
Navajo Health Authority, 1972-77; photographs; PH 157
Navajo Health Authority/AHEC, 1972-77; photographs; 13 folders; PH 182-194. 
Navajo Health Care at Fort Defiance, AZ; photographs; PH 156
Navajo Health Care Givers; photographs; PH 155
“Navajo theory of disease and healing practices,” by Carl N. Gorman; FL 1029.
“An Introduction to the Navajo,” by Evon Z. Vogt & Clyde Kluckhohn; FL 1139; paper from the Navajo Health Education Project, Tuba City (1959) (15p).
“Nutrition on the Navajo Reservation,” US PHS, Window Rock, AZ, publication: 2d ed. (1965), supplement (1967).FL 1022.
United States Indian Health Service, Navajo Area;CN 134.

Nazareth Hospital/Sanatorium. Albuquerque / See: Vista Sandia Hospital

“Need for health administration education in New Mexico,” by Helen J. Muller, Nancy S.

Kruger, and Larry S. Gordon.
FL 1090; 1 folder.  Article in Border Health (Jul.-Sep. 1988).

Neurosurgery
Morgan, Clinton W., Jr., M.D.; FL 1279.

New Heart Rehabilitation Program.
FL 946; 1 folder.  Ephemera (1993).
Access Term(s): Heart

New Mexicare.
FL 1267; 1 folder.  Papers, draft legislation on health care reform in New Mexico (1993).

New Mexico (State)
Board of Medical Examiners; Minutes (microfilm copies, 2 rolls) (1902-1975, 1976-79);
     FL 1084.
Board of Pharmacy; CN 112; Regulations (1987), minutes (scattered, 1990-).
Health and Environment Department;
     Regulations governing the practice of certified nurse midwives (Oct. 17, 1980);CN 120, f.16.
     Regulations governing the practice of lay midwifery (Jan. 19, 1982); CN 120, f.17.
     Adult residential shelter care homes regulations and standards: licensing (1976); CN 153.
State Laboratory Building. Albuquerque, New Mexico; photographs; PH 152.
Tuberculosis Sanatorium, Socorro; miscellaneous: occupancy statistics, staff minutes, policies,
     brochures, correspondence (1950-54); DC 406.
Various State Agencies; publications and regulations relating to DPH, HED, HSSD, HSD, DHI,
     (1940s-1990s); 5 boxes; CN 154.

New Mexico Academy of General Dentistry.
CN 169; 1 folder.  Newsletter.

New Mexico AIDS Prevention Program / See: New Mexico Association of People Living with AIDS

New Mexico AIDS Services, Inc.
CN 159; 1 box.  Newsletters, ephemera.
Access Term(s): Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS).

New Mexico Alcohol Issues Consortium.
DC 403; 1 folder.  Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Alcoholism.

New Mexico Allergy Society.
FL 956; 1 folder.  Southwest Allergy Forum programs (1978,1996).
Access Term(s): Societies, Medical.

“New Mexico as a health resort,” by George M. Kellogg.
FL 977; 1 folder.  Article from JAMA (Sep. 1896).

New Mexico Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
DC 402; 3 folders.  Newsletters.
Access Term(s): Oriental Medicine; Acupuncture.

New Mexico Association of People Living with AIDS.
CN 159; 3 folders.  Newsletters.
Access Term(s): Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS).

New Mexico Cancer Bulletin / See: American Cancer Society, New Mexico Division, Inc. Albuquerque.

New Mexico Chapter, American Physical Therapy Association (NMAPTA).
CN 146; 1 box.  Minutes, correspondence, 1947-74; Newsletter, 1993-.

New Mexico Chapter, Western Orthopedic Association.
CN 130; 1 Box.  Miscellaneous records, 1955-1985.

New Mexico Citizens Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse.
DC 403; 1 folder.  Newsletter.

New Mexico Conference of Social Welfare.
FL 936; 1 folder.  Newsletter, 1956.

New Mexico Council of Community Mental Health Services, Inc.
FL 1259; 1 folder.  Correspondence, 1974-1975 and newsletter, 1978-1981.

New Mexico Cystic Fibrosis Care, Teaching, and Research Center. A proposal...,by Roy. F. Goddard, M.D., 1974.
FL 940; 1 folder.  Proposal document.

New Mexico Dental Association.
CN 169; 1 folder.  Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Dentistry.

New Mexico Emergency Nurses Association.
CN 120; 1 folder.  Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Nursing; Emergency Medicine.

New Mexico Head Injury Foundation, Inc. (Name changed to: Brain Injury Association of New Mexico, Inc.).
DC 449; 1 document case.  Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Brain Injuries

New Mexico Health Babies/Health Families Coalition.
FL 891; 1 folder.  Newsletter, 1990-91.
Access Term(s): Prenatal Care

New Mexico Health Care Association.
CN 144; 1 box.  Newsletters, ephemera.
Access Term(s): Associations; Long Term Care.

New Mexico Health Care Corporation, 1972.
FL 847; 1 folder.  Development Grant Application, 1972
Access Term(s): Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO).

“New Mexico health care industry,” by Brian McDonald.
FL 1285; 1 folder.  Current economic report in New Mexico Business (July 1991).
Access Term(s): Economics, Medical.

New Mexico Health Coalition/New Mexico Chicano Mental Health Task Force.
FL 1026; 1 folder.  Ephemera (1980s).
Access Term(s): Health Education.

New Mexico Health Decisions
FL 909; 1 folder.  Newsletters, 1991-1997.
Access Term(s): Health Policy; Health Planning.

New Mexico Health Foundation, 1946-1964.
DC 401; 1 document case.  History, scrapbooks.
Access Term(s): Financial Support; Health Facilities.

New Mexico health professionals reactivation project.
P02-100, box 2, f.40; 1 folder.  Final reports, FY 1968-70.
Access Term(s): Nurses; Nursing.

New Mexico Health Resources Registry.
FL 1083; 1 folder.  New Mexico health briefs (1979), health data pocket packet (1982-3).

New Mexico Health Resources, Inc.
DC 444; 1 document case.  Correspondence, newsletter.
Access Term(s): Health Manpower; Rural Health.

New Mexico Hospital Association (1947-92).
CN 165; 1 box.  Miscellaneous correspondence and publications, 1947-92.
Access Term(s): Societies, Hospital.

New Mexico Hospital Equipment Loan Council.
FL 906; 1 folder.  1985 Annual Report.

New Mexico Hospitals & Health Systems Association.
CN 165; 1 box.  Newsletters, reports, correspondence (1944-68), programs, ephemera.

New Mexico Institute of Neuroimaging. / See: Neurology

New Mexico Insulin Pump.
PH 226; 1 folder.    Photographs.
Access Term(s): Diabetes; Eaton, R. Philip, M.D.

New Mexico League for Nursing.
CN 120, f.13; 1 folder.  Miscellaneous correspondence (1966, 1981-82, 1991-92).

New Mexico Medical Assistants' Society.
FL 1213; 1 folder.  First annual meeting program (1963).
Access Term(s): Associations.

New Mexico Medical Laboratories, Inc.
FL 1214; 1 folder.  Fee Schedule and Directory of Services, 1983.

New Mexico Medical Review Association (NMMRA).
CN 107; 1 box.  Annual reports, newsletters, proposals.
Access Term(s): Peer Review.

New Mexico Medical Society (original name: Las Vegas Medical Society).
Journal (1905-1916) and newsletters (1965-).
Proceedings, rosters, etc., 1885-1987.
Records, 1881-1885, 1886-.
Officers; Photographs; PH 115
Presidents, 1886-present; photographs; PH 053-PH 058. 
Access Term(s): Physicians; Societies, Medical.

New Mexico Nurses Association.
CN 100 & 101; 3 boxes.  Records, correspondence, 1922-1986.
Access Term(s): Societies, Nursing.

New Mexico Nutrition Committee (1945).
FL 1072; 1 folder.  Letter soliciting legislative support, 1945.
Access Term(s): Child Nutrition.

New Mexico Ob/Gyn Society.
FL 957; 1 folder.  Ephemera (1976-80).
Access Term(s): Societies, Medical.

New Mexico Occupational Therapy Association.
FL 878: 1 folder.  Newsletter, 1985.

New Mexico Ophthalmological Society.
FL 1235; 1 folder.  History.
Access Term(s): Ophthalmology; Societies, Medical.

New Mexico Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy & Parenting (1982-1990).
FL 1150; 2 folders.  Newsletter & Program Directories.
Access Term(s): Pregnancy -- In Adolescence.

New Mexico Orthopedic Association.
CN 130; 1 box.  Miscellaneous records, 1955-85.

New Mexico Osteopathic Medical Association (NMOMA).
CN 141; 1 box.  Correspondence, newsletters, memorabilia.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Osteopathic; Osteopathic Medicine.

New Mexico Parents Reaching Out.
DC 433; 1 folder.  Newsletter (1985).
Access Term(s): Disabled Persons.

New Mexico Pediatric Society.
CN 166; 3 boxes.  Records, 1945-.
PH 202; Photographs; 1 folder. 
Access Term(s): Pediatrics; Societies, Medical.

New Mexico Physicians Service.
CN 139; 1 box.  Miscellaneous correspondence, 1946-1955.
Access Term(s): Insurance, Health

New Mexico Prenatal Care Network (NMPCN).
DC 481; 1 document case.  History, ephemera (1988-).
Access Term(s): Perinatology.

New Mexico Primary Care Association.
FL 1052; 1 folder.  Grant applications, 1985-87.
Access Term(s): Community Health Centers.

New Mexico Psychoanalytic Society.
FL 1025; 1 folder.  Ephemera.
Access Term(s): Associations.

New Mexico Psychological Association (general file).
PH 005; 1 folder.  Photographs.

New Mexico Public Health Association (NMPHA).
CN 168; 1 box.  Scattered minutes, bylaws, annual meeting booklets, newsletters, ephemera (1930-1980).
PH 038; Health mobile (circa 1922); photograph.
Access Term(s): Public Health; Societies, Scientific.

“New Mexico public health survey, brief analysis of certain factors in...,”by Carl E. Buck. FL 1137; 1 folder.  Paper (1934?).

New Mexico Regional Federal Medical Center (VAMC). Albuquerque, New Mexico.
DC 473; 1 document case.  Assorted Dean's Committee papers, conference materials, publications, ephemera.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Veterans.

New Mexico Regional Medical Program.
CN 106; 3 boxes.  Records, publications (1966-76).

New Mexico Rehabilitation Association, Inc.
FL 935; 1 folder.  Articles of Incorporation (1970) & newsletters (1985-1990).

New Mexico Rehabilitation Center, Inc., Albuquerque / See: Rehabilitation Center, Inc., Albuquerque

New Mexico Right to Choose.
CN 156; 4 folders.  Newsletter (1982- ) & Annual meeting program booklets (1983- ).
Access Term(s): Abortion, legal.

New Mexico SNAP Project.
CN 118; 1 box.  Miscellaneous records, 1975-1980.
Access Term(s): Education, Nursing.

New Mexico Society for Crippled Children.
DC 433; 1 folder.  New Mexico Sunshine. A quarterly bulletin dedicated to friends of crippled children (1944-45).
Access Term(s): Child Health Services; Disabled Persons; Publication.

New Mexico Society for Healthcare Educators.
FL 934; 1 folder.  Newsletter (1984-1987).
Access Term(s): Health Education.

New Mexico Territorial Medical Society / See: Rocky Mountain Medical Association

New Mexico Tuberculosis Association.
CN 116; 1 box.  Records, publications, 1935-.
Access Term(s): Tuberculosis; Voluntary Health Agencies.

New Mexico Ultrasound Society / See: Radiology (Vertical File)

New Mexico Urological Society / See: History of Urology...

New Mexico Women & Heart Disease Coalition.
FL 959; 1 folder.  Ephemera (1995).
Access Term(s): Women's Health.

“New Mexico: Salubrious El Dorado,” by Karen D. Shane.
FL 1092; 1 folder.  Offprints from New Mexico Historical Review (Oct. 1981).
Access Term(s): Climate; Sanatoria; Tuberculosis.

“New Mexico's proposed physician-monitored remote area health programs,” by Robert B. Monsoon.
FL 885; 1 folder.  Article from Proceedings of the IEEE (Nov. 1989).
Access Term(s): Telemedicine.

Nordstrom, Frank B., M.D., 1925-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1248; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (55 min.) + 1 transcript (14 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Frank B. Nordstrom by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Nordstrom’s more than 35 years’ medical practice in the San Juan valley in northwestern New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Pediatrics; Rural Health.

North Central New Mexico Comprehensive Health Planning Council.
DC 442; 1 document case.  Publications (1967-1975).

Nurse Anesthetists
Williams, Clara P., R.N.; FL 947.  

Nurses / Nursing
Ancillary Medical Personnel (General File); PH 094.  
Budlong, Elizabeth, R.N.; FL 1170.  
Claiborne, Georgie D., R.N.; PH 121.
Expanded role of the nurse -- a New Mexico statewide survey; CN 101, f.3.
Fox, Anne, R.N.; PH 039 and FL 1089. 
Martin, Beatrice, R.N.; FL 1270.
“Medicine in New Mexico -- From Medicine Man to Meson Facility” FL 877.
New Mexico (State). Health and Environment Department; CN 120, f.16.
New Mexico Emergency Nurses Association. Albuquerque; CN 120.
New Mexico health professionals reactivation project, P02-100, box 2, f.40.
New Mexico League for Nursing; CN 120, f.13.
Nurses/Nursing; ephemera; CN 120.
Nurses; photographs; PH 111.  
Public health nurses, photographs; PH 097.
Rural Critical Care Nurse Training Project; CN 106, Box 2, f.6.
“Utilization of Basic Science Principles in Solving Nursing Care Problems,” by Marjorie M.
     Christiansen; CN 120, f.3.
Vandervoort, Eunice L., R.N.; FL 1055. 

Nursing Homes
Nursing Homes, Albuquerque Area; CN 161
Nursing Homes; CN 161

Nutrition / Nutrition Surveys
New Mexico Nutrition Committee; FL 1072.
Nutrition on the Navajo; FL 1022.

“Nutrition on the Navajo.”
FL 1022; 1 folder.  US PHS, Window Rock, AZ, publication: 2d ed. (1965), supplement (1967).

Obstetrics
Bivens, Melvin D., M.D.; FL 971.
Follingstad, Alvin H., M.D.; FL 1048. 
Miles, Lee Monroe, M.D.; FL 1110. 
Reynolds, J. Paul, D.O.; FL 1239. 
Seligman, Randolph V., M.D.; FL 1260.
Wiggins, James W., M.D.; FL 1069.

Occupational Health / Occupational Health Services
Medicine/Business Coalition of New Mexico; FL 942.
Rocky Mountain Occupational Safety and Health Project: AFL-CIO; FL 1116.

Occupational Medicine, New MExico
Center for Occupational Medicine & Orthopedic Surgery. Albuquerque; FL 912.
Railroad Medicine in New Mexico; DC 470.

Occupational Therapy
New Mexico Occupational Therapy Association; FL 878.

Omer, George E., Jr., M.D., 1922-. [Oral History Collection]
FL 892; 1 folder.  3 sound cassettes (205 min.) + 1 transcript (43 pages).
Interview with George E. Omer, Jr. by Jake W. Spidle surveys Dr. Omer’s career in medicine, with a special focus on his more than 25 years in New Mexico.
PH 122; 1 folder. Photographs.
WL 500 M31 1998: “Management of peripheral nerve problems.”

Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Surgeons, Orthopedics; University of New Mexico School of Medicine faculty.

Ophthalmology
Dillahunt, Jack A., M.D.; FL 1195.  
Egenhofer, Albert W., M.D.; FL 805.  
Eye Associates of New Mexico, P.A. Albuquerque; FL 1013.
Gwinn, A. Clay, M.D.; FL 1058.
New Mexico Ophthalmological Society; FL 1235.
Peck, Howard B., M.D.; FL 122.

Oral Histories
Adler, Eleanor Lydia., M.D., 1909-1993.
Adler, Stuart Welsh, M.D., 1892-1987.
Akes, Leonard, M.D., 1918-2006.  [Oral History PDF]
Anderson, Robert Edwin, M.D., 1931-2009. [Oral History PDF]
Anderson, Robert O., 1917-2007.  [Oral History PDF]
Armstrong-Seward, Catherine, M.D., 1915-2009. [Oral History PDF]
Badger, Demarious Cornell, M.D., 1910-1990. [Oral History PDF]
Badger, William Earl, M.D., 1909-1992.  [Oral History PDF]
Barbour, Lawrence D., Sr., D.O., 1908-. [Oral History PDF]
Barol, Samuel R., M.D., 1929-. [Oral History PDF]
Barr, Richard R.
Bartlett, Ellsworth Choate, Jr., D.O., 1916-2011.
Basile-Gay, Evelyn Julia, M.D., 1917-2009. 
Berchtold, Victor E., M.D., 1901-2007.
Bivens, Melvin D., M.D., 1918-1987.
Boyd, John Franklin, M.D., 1920-1999.
Brower, Ralph P., D.O., 1920-2007. 
Brubaker, Richard E., D.O., 1915-1990.
Budlong, Elizabeth, R.N., 1911-1989. 
Bunch, C. Pardue, M.D., 1913-1985. 
Campbell, Jack M., 1917-1999. 
Castillo, R. Robert, M.D., 1927-.
Chavez, Fabian, 1924-2008. 
Chiffelle, Thomas L., MD, 1918-2008. 
Cobb, John “Jock” Candler, II, M.D., M.P.H., 1919-. 
Corcoran, John Joseph, Jr., M.D., 1913-1996.
Cornish, Percy Gillette, III, M.D., 1929-1996. 
Cramer, Oliver S., M.D., 1911-1997. 
Cushing, Alice H., M.D., 1930-. 
Daviet, Leslie L., M.D., 1911-2002. 
DeMaio, Michele, M.D., 1915-2004. 
Derbyshire, Robert Cushing, M.D., 1910-1987. 
Dettweiler, John H., M.D.; 1920-2002. 
Deveaux, Reynaldo, M.D., 1918-2011. 
Dillahunt, Jack A., M.D., 1914-1996.  
Doherty, Edward F. and Doherty, Josephine. 
Dominguez, Jose Amado, D.O., 1909-1999. 
Edwards, W. Sterling, M.D., 1920-2004.
Egenhofer, Albert W., M.D., 1910-1991. 
Ellis, Harry D., M.D., 1921-1997.  
English, Frank A., M.D., 1916-2009. 
Evans, Junius A., M.D., 1911-1995. 
Fikany, Edward D., M.D., 1917-2002. 
Fischer, Arthur J., M.D., 1913-2002. 
Fishback, Charles F., M.D., 1907-1990. 
Fitz, Reginald H., M.D., 1920-. 
Floersheim, Milton, Jr., M.D., 1919-2000. 
Follingstad, Alvin H., M.D., 1905-1989. 
Foster, Lloyd G., M.D., 1908-1999. 
Fox, Anne, R.N., 1904-. 
Friedenberg, Robert, M.D., FACP, 1909-1990. 
Gardner, Kenneth D., Jr., M.D., 1929-. 
Gellenthien, Carl Herman, M.D., 1900-1989. 
Gervais, Robert H., M.D.; 1929-.  
Gillett, Hilton W., M.D.; 1903-1992. 
Goodwin, Martin Brune M.D.; 1921-2009. 
Greenblatt, Jerome, M.D.; 1916-1997. 
Gwinn, A. Clay, M.D.; 1905-1987. 
Hanold, Fred H., M.D., 1915-. 
Hardy, William R., M.D., 1929-.
Hartz, Alvin S., M.D., 1915-1989.
Heim, Richard W, 1924-.
Henderson, Carl, M.P.H., 1908-. 
Hossley, William J., M.D., 1916-1995. 
Intress, Robert H., M.D., 1921-2012. 
Jennings, Emmit M., M.D., 1922-2000. 
Johnson, V. Scott, M.D., 1901-1990. 
Jones, Paul S., D.O., 1913-1993. 
Kemper, Clarence M., M.D., 1917-2002. 
Kempers, Bert, M.D., 1902-1992. 
Kenney, Bergere A., M.D., 1920-1988. 
Key, Charles R., M.D., Ph.D., 1934-. 
Kilgore, Donald, E., Jr., M.D., 1922-2011.
Kurtz, Chester Mott, M.D., FACP, 1899-1989.
Lander, Ernest Wilbur, M.D., 1906-1997. 
Landmann, Heinz Richard, M.D., 1908-1995. 
Latimer, Earl A., M.D.., 1919-1998.  
Levin, Louis, M.D., 1916-. 
Levitt, JoAnn N., M.D., 1925-2012. 
Libo, Lester M., Ph.D.
Loftfield, Robert B., Ph.D., 1919-.  
Lowenstein, Bernard, M.D., 1908-2002. 
Luft, Ulrich Cameron, M.D., 1910-1991. 
MacQuigg, Rodger E., M.D., 1913-1993.  
Maldonado, Jose, M.D., 1904-2004. 
Malone, Earl L., M.D., 1914-2007. 
Mann, Jonathan M., M.D., 1947-1998. 
Marshall, I.J., M.D., 1904-1983. 
Marshall, Ulysses S. “Steve,” M.D., 1910-1995. 
Martin, Beatrice, R.N., 1906-1997. 
Massey, Robert U., M.D., 1922-2008. 
McCarthy, Jack D., M.D., 1927-. 
McConnell, Thomas S., M.D., 1935-. 
McCulloch, John, M.D., 1922-2000. 
McKinnon, D. Angus, Jr., M.D., 1908-1992. 
McLaren, Leroy C., Ph.D, 1924-. 
McNown, Valerie Friedman, M.D., 1916-2004. 
(Mendelson, Ralph W., M.D., 1888-1968.)
(Miles, Lee Monroe, M.D., 1887-1956.)
Millican, Edith F., M.D., 1914-1985. 
Milligan, Charles D., D.O., 1921-2004. 
Milner, Virginia V., M.D., 1912-1992. 
Minear, William L., M.D., Ph.D, 1910-1994. 
Molholm, Clifford E., M.D., 1907-1996. 
Morgan, Clinton Wilkins, Jr., M.D., 1918-1998. 
Mortimer, Harold M., M.D., 1901-1984. 
Musgrave, Homer, M.D., 1920-. 
Napolitano, Leonard M., Ph.D, 1930-.
Nordstrom, Frank B., M.D., 1925-. 
Omer, George E., Jr., M.D., 1922-. 
Ortega, A. Paul.
O'Sullivan, George W., D.O., 1908-1992. 
Overton, Lewis M., 1903-1999. 
Parnall, Edward, MD, 1904-1993. 
Pavletich, Louis M., MD, 1911-. 
Peck, Howard B., MD, 1904-1987. 
Pond, Ashley III, MD, 1908-1986. 
Post, David B., MD, 1923-1993. 
Redman, Jack Curry, M.D., 1924-1994.
Reynolds, J. Paul, D.O., 1906-. 
Rice, Lucien G., Jr., M.D., 1909-1987. 
Richards, Mrs. Alyce, 1907-2000. 
Richardson, George S., M.D., 1914-1999. 
Rodgers, Donald E., M.D., 1941-. 
Rood, Albert C., M.D., 1914-2000. 
Rosen, Louis, Ph.D., 1918-.  
Rosenbaum, Myron G., M.D., 1907-2004. 
Rosenblatt, Wilhelm F., M.D., 1913-2004. 
Samet, Jonathan M., M.D., 1946-.   
Saul, Robert J., M.D., 1917-1994. 
Schwichtenberg, Albert H., M.D., 1904-1996. 
Secrest, Robert R., Sr., M.D., 1924-2002. 
Sedgwick, James C., M.D., 1910-1990. 
Sedgwick, William D., M.D., 1913-2006. 
Seligman, Randolph V., M.D., 1914-2009.  
Sharpe, Joseph H., M.D., 1924-. 
Shields, Lorn M., M.D., 1919-2011.  
Smith, Carol Kander, M.D., 1917-2003.  
Smith, Daniel E., M.D., 1918-2007. 
Solomon, Sidney, Ph.D, 1923-1992. 
Spencer, A.N., M.D., 1924-1999. 
Spitz, Theodore A., M.D., 1915-1996.
Stark, Walter A., M.D., 1903-1984. 
Stennis, William, M.D., 1930-. 
Sterling, William Arnold, Jr., M.D., 1936-. 
Stiles, Waldo W., M.D., 1909-1997. 
Stubbs, S. Robert, M.D., 1928-. 
Syme, Oscar, M.D., 1919-2012. 
Taylor, Owen C., Jr., M.D., 1925-2011. 
Teague, Hubert R., M.D., 1915-2006. 
Tempest, Bruce Dean, M.D., 1935-.  
Torrens, John K., M.D., 1920-2007. 
Turner, Robert S., M.D., 1928-. 
Twiest, Melvin W., M.D., 1944-. 
Van Duzen, Jean Livingston, M.D., 1926-2012. 
Van Pelt, Esther S., D.O., 1903-1995. 
Vander Wagen, Robert C., M.D., 1930-2003. 
Vandervoort, Eunice L., R.N., 1909-2001. 
White, Clayton S. “Sam”, M.D.., 1912-2004. 
Wiggins, James W., M.D., 1918-2009. 
Wilkinson, Lawrence H., M.D., 1916-1992.   
Williams, Clara P., R.N., 1900-. 
Williams, Joseph Perry, M.D., 1898-1998.  
Winslow, Walter William, M.D., 1925-. 
Womack, Carroll Loraine, M.D., 1903-1991. 
Woodham, Ray, 1918-2009. 
Ziegler, Samuel R., MD, 1914-2000.  
Zobel, Robert L., MD, 1910-1991. 

Oriental Medicine
Acupuncture/Oriental Medicine; DC 402.
New Mexico Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine; DC 402.
Southwest Acupuncture College. Santa Fe, N.M.; DC 402.

Orphanages
Saint Anthony Home for Boys. Albuquerque; FL 1175.
“Temple of Babies' Smiles -- A History of Regina Hall,” by Ann Johnson-Nelson; FL 1173.

Ortega, A. Paul.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 874; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (70 mins.) + 1 transcript (19 p.); newsphoto & profile story on Mr. Ortega from July 1995 issue of Crosswinds.
Interview with A. Paul Ortega by Henrietta Stockel focuses on the Mr. Ortega’s work and beliefs regarding healing in the ways of the Apache.
Access Term(s): Apache; Oral history; Medicine Man; Medicine, Traditional.

Orthopedics
Boyd, John F., M.D.; FL 1241.
Center for Occupational Medicine & Orthopedic Surgery. Albuquerque; FL 912.
Forbis, Robert E., M.D.; PH 009.
Hendryson, Irvin E. Chief; PH 199.  
Minear, William L., M.D., Phd; CN 121, FL 1281, PH 007, FL 1076.
Moon, Norman F., M.D.; FL 1197.
New Mexico Chapter, Western Orthopedic Association; CN 130.
New Mexico Orthopedic Association; CN 130.
Omer, George E., Jr., M.D.; PH 122.
Orthopedic Surgery in New Mexico, A History, by W.L. Minear, M.D., Ph.D.; FL 1076.
Overton, Lewis M.; FL 814.
Parnall, Edward, M.D.; FL 1070.
Rosenbaum, Myron G., M.D.; FL 1169.
Turner, Robert S., M.D.; FL 1192.

Osteopathic Medicine
Doctor's Hospital. Albuquerque; FL 112.
New Mexico Osteopathic Medical Association (NMOMA); CN 141.

O'Sullivan, George W., D.O., 1908-1992.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1063; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (65 min.) + 1 transcript (17 p.), news clippings.
Interview with George W. O'Sullivan by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. O’Sullivan’s career as an osteopathic physician in Deming, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Osteopathic; Rural Health.

“Orthopedic surgery in New Mexico, a history,” by W.L. Minear, M.D., Ph.D.
FL 1076; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): History of Medicine—New Mexico; Orthopedics.

Osuna, C. Eligio, M.D.
FL 1224; 1 folder.  Physician's Call List/Record, 1913.
Access Term(s): Physicians.

Otorhinolaryngology
Fischer, Arthur J., M.D.; FL 1046.
Gwinn, A. Clay, M.D.; FL 1058.  
Richardson, George S., M.D.; FL 1242.  

“Outbreak of Botulism in Tucumcari, New Mexico” by C.H. Douthirt.
FL 1286; 1 folder.  Article from Southwestern Medicine (Feb. 1938).
Access Terms(s): Quay County, N.M.

Overton, Lewis M., 1903-1999.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 814; 1 folder.  3 sound cassettes (175 min.) + 1 transcript (31 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Lewis M. Overton by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Overton’s three decades’ career as an orthopedic surgeon in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Oral History; Physicians; Surgeons; Orthopedics.

Parents for Drug Free Youth. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
DC 431; 1 folder.  Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Substance Abuse.

Parnall, Edward, M.D., 1904-1993.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1070; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (105 min.) + 1 transcript (14 p.), news clippings, 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Edward Parnall by Jake Spidle surveys the life and career of Dr. Parnall, an orthopedic surgeon who practiced 29 years in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Surgeons; Orthopedics.

“Parteras in northern New Mexico -- a descriptive review of selected practices in midwifery,” by Mary N. Marquez and Consuelo Pacheco.
FL 834; 1 folder.  Report of a  1962 study (11 p).

Pasternak, Derick P., M.D., 1941-.
FL 954; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians; Lovelace Clinic; Medical directors.

Pathology
Anderson, Robert E., M.D.; FL 801.  
Chiffelle, Thomas L., M.D.; FL 804.
Ellis, Harry D., M.D.; FL 952.
Key, Charles R., M.D., Ph.D.; FL 916. 
McConnell, Thomas S., M.D.; FL 1271.

Patient Advocac
Wauneka, Annie Dodge, 1910?-1997; FL 1140.

“Patient motivation in seeking health care,” by Gloria Kamenske.
FL 832; 1 folder.  Paper (draft) related to Migrant Health Program, USPHS (1968).
Access Term(s): Health Care; Transients and Migrants.

Pavletich, Louis M., M.D., 1911-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1064; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (100 min.) + 1 transcript (25 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Louis M. Pavletich by Jake Spidle surveys the life and career of Dr. Pavletich, a family practitioner of Raton, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Peck, Howard B., M.D., 1904-1987.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1220; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (60 min.) + 1 transcript (14 p.), news clippings, 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Howard B. Peck by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Peck’s 26 years’ practice of ophthalmology in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Oral History; Physicians; Ophthalmology.

Pediatrics
Adler, Eleanor Lydia., M.D.; FL 800.
Adler, Stuart Welsh, M.D.; FL 1865.
Armstrong-Seward, Catherine, M.D.; FL 1257. 
Badger, Demarious A., M.D.; FL 802. 
Basile-Gay, Evelyn J., M.D.; FL 1036. 
Chronic Pulmonary Disease in Children and Young Adults; FL 996
Cushing, Alice H., M.D.; FL 1179.
Fishback, Charles D., M.D.; FL 1071. 
McNown, Valerie F., M.D.-; FL 1206.
New Mexico Pediatric Society; CN 166, PH 202
Nordstrom, Frank, M.D.; FL 1248. 
Post, David B., M.D.; FL 1246. 
Smith, Carol K., M.D.; FL 816, PH 019. 
Syme, Oscar, M.D.; FL 1264.
Vander Wagen, Robert C., M.D.; FL 1191.

Peer Review (Medical)
New Mexico Medical Review Association (NMMRA); CN 107.

Perinatology
New Mexico Prenatal Care Network (NMPCN); DC 481.

Peters, LeRoy S., M.D., 1882-1941
FL 978; 1 folder.
PH 028; Photographs.
Access Term(s): Physicians; Rural Health.

Pharmacies / Pharmacists
Bernalillo County, N.M. Medical Center Pharmacy; PH 126.  
Geyer, Fred, Jr., RPH; PH 008.
Pharmacies / Pharmacists / New Mexico Pharmaceutical Association; DC 465.
Pharmacies- New Mexico (General File); PH 090.  
“Pharmacy Manpower in the West,” WICHE publication (1985); DC 465.
New Mexico Pharmaceutical Association; DC 465.
“Reminiscences of an Old Time Pharmacist,” by Fred J. Geyer; FL 823.
Silver City, New Mexico; PH 033.  

Philately
Postage Stamps on Health & Medicine; FL 1250.

Physical Fitness
Physical Fitness; ephemera; FL 1054.

Physical Therapy
New Mexico Chapter, American Physical Therapy Association (NMAPTA); CN 146

Physicians (General) - New Mexico
American College of Chest Physicians; PH 114.
American College of Physicians, New Mexico Chapter, a history compiled by Fred H. Hanold, M.D.; FL 1077.
Bernalillo County, NM Medical Society; PH 110.
GAMA Members, PH 217; Photographs. 
Licensed Pre-1900; PH 102; Photographs. 
Licensed 1900-1909; PH 103; Photographs. 
Licensed 1910-1919; PH 104: Photographs. 
Licensed 1920-1929; PH 105; Photographs. 
Licensed 1930-1939; PH 106; Photographs. 
Licensed 1940-1949; PH 107; Photographs. 
Licensed 1950-1959; PH 213; Photographs. 
Licensed 1960-1969; PH 214; Photographs. 
Licensed 1970-1979; PH 216; Photographs. 
Medical History Committee, N.M. Medical Society; PH 198.
Medicine in New Mexico -- From Medicine Man to Meson Facility; FL 877.
New Mexico Medical Society: Officers; PH 115.  
New Mexico Pediatrics Society; PH 202.  
Old West (general file); Photographs;  PH 093.
“Pioneer Physicians in Las Vegas, NM: 1880-1911,” by Dorothy S. Beimer, (30p); FL 1097.
Radiologists--New Mexico (General File); PH 089.
Rehoboth Hospital, Gallup: Medical Staff; PH 109.  
Saint Joseph Hospital, Albuquerque: Medical Board & Staff, 1932; PH 207.
San Juan County, NM Medical Society; PH 116.  
Women (general file); Photographs;  PH 108.

Physicians - New Mexico

Physiology
Solomon, Sidney, Ph.D.; FL 1243.

Pijoan, Michel, M.D., 1909-1989.
FL 929; 2 folders.  Papers.
PH 092; Photographs. 
Access Term(s): Physicians; Indian Health Service.

Pitcher, J. Loren, M.D., 1932-1992.
PH 123; 1 folder.  Photographs.
Access Term(s): Physicians; UNM School of Medicine Faculty.

Plague
Plague; DC 463.

Planned Parenthood of New Mexico/...of the Rio Grande.
DC 421; 1 folder.  Newsletters (1984- ).
Access Term(s): Family Planning; Sex Education.

Pollution
Air Pollutants/Pollution; DC 416.

Pond, Ashley III, M.D., 1908-1986.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 815; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (100 min.) + 1 transcript (24 p.), news clippings, 1 paper (2 p.) on "The Taos Itinerant Chest Clinic", 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Ashley Pond, III, by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Pond’s 45 years’ practice in Taos, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Post, David B., M.D., 1923-1993.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1246; 1 Folder.  1 sound cassette (130 min.) + 1 transcript (30 p.), news clippings, 1 color photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with David B. Post by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Post’s life and medical career as a pediatrician in New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Pediatrics.

POSTAGE STAMPS on health & medicine.
FL 1250; 1 expanding folder.  Miscellaneous sheets.
Access Term(s): Philately.

Pregnancy
Pregnancy; DC 480.
Pregnancy in Adolescence; DC 460.
New Mexico Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy & Parenting (1982-1990); FL 1150.
“Teenage Pregnancy in Taos and Española: Attitudes and Education, 1985,” by Janet E. Griego and Johnnie R. Vigil; FL 872.

Prenatal Care
New Mexico Health Babies/Health Families Coalition; FL 891.
Woodham, Ray, 1918-; FL 1184. 

Presbyterian Health Plan/Healthcare Services/Hospital/Medical Center. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
CN 127; 2 boxes.  Newsletters and other publications, ephemera.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Religious; Health Maintenance Organizations; Sanatoria.

Presbyterian Medical Mission, Dixon & Embudo, New Mexico.
PH 031; 1 folder.  Photographs.
Access Term(s): Missions and Missionaries.

Presbyterian Sanatorium. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
PH 017; 1 folder.  Photographs.
Access Term(s): Tuberculosis; Sanatoria.

Primary Health Care
Who -- PCC Conference, Oct. 1986; photographs.  PH 200.

PsyCare/PsyCor Inc. / See: Psychology

Psychiatry
Gervais, Robert H., M.D.; FL 1164.
Stennis, William, M.D.; FL 1265. 
Torrens, John K., M.D.; FL 1228.
Winslow, Walter W., M.D.; FL 1227.

Psychology
Libo, Lester M., Ph.D.; FL 1222.
New Mexico Psychological Assn. (General File); PH 005.  

Public Assistance
New Mexico (State). Dept. of Public Welfare; CN 136.

Public Health
Adler, Stuart W., M.D.; FL 800.
Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce; FL 841.   
Bernalillo County, NM Health Department; FL 1073.
Clinics; photographs.   PH 098
“Environmental Sanitation Plus,” Books 1 & 2, by O.E. Puckett, M.D.; FL 839.
“Environmental Sanitation Plus,” by O.E. Puckett; FL 839.
Gordon, Larry J., MPH; CN 109.
Greenfield, Myrtle; CN 126.
Henderson, Carl; FL 1244.
Millican, Edith F., M.D.; FL 811, PH 029.
New Mexico (State). Bureau/Dept. of Public Health; CN 137.
New Mexico (State). Health & Environmental Dept. (HED); CN 153.
New Mexico (State). Health & Social Services Department (HSSD); CN 136.
New Mexico (State). Various State Agencies; CN 154.
New Mexico Public Health Association (NMPHA); CN 168.
New Mexico Public Health Survey, “Brief Analysis of Certain Factors in...,” by Carl E. Buck; FL 1137.
“Public Health Administration in New Mexico” by J.W. Kerr; FL 1153; Article from Public Health Reports (Nov. 15, 1918).
“Public Health Administration in New Mexico,” by Thomas C. Donnelley; FL 991; UNM Bulletin No. 325 (May 1, 1938) (67p).
Public Health scrapbooks (Bernalillo County, N.M.); CN 111; Ephemera (1934-1982): 13 scrapbooks; 2 boxes.
Public Health; DC 466.
Rosenblatt, Wilhelm F., M.D.; FL 856.
Vander Wagen, Robert C., M.D.; FL 1191.
Zobel, Robert L., M.D.; FL 1278.

Public Health Nursing
Budlong, Elizabeth, R.N.; FL 1170.
Commonwealth Fund Grant to New Mexico Department of Health (1929-1937); DC 482.
Fox, Anne, R.N.; PH 039, FL 1089.
“Handbook...for the Use of Public Health Nurses Working With Rural Spanish-Americans in Northern New Mexico;” FL 905.
“Health Care Across Cultures: Public Health Nurses in Hispanic and Native American Communities,” by Sandra K. Schackel; FL 1282.
Nurses, Public Health; PH 097.  
“Santa Fe & Santa Fe County,” by Amelia Montoya; FL 836.
Santa Fe Family Service; CN 120, f.2.
Stoll, Augustine Bernard, R.N.; FL 981.
“Tales Those Nurse Told: Public Health Nurses Among the Pueblo and Navajo Indians,” by Sandra K. Schackel; FL 1132.
Vandervoort, Eunice L., R.N.; FL 1055.

Pueblo Clinical & Pathological Social.
FL 921; 1 folder.  Minutes, etc., 1915-36.
Access Term(s): Societies, Medical.

Pueblo Indians
“Pueblo Indian smallpox epidemic in New Mexico, 1898-1899,” by Richard H. Frost; Bulletin of the History of Medicine (1990); FL 1159.
Stoll, Augustine Bernard, R.N.; FL 981.

Qual-Med, Inc. - New Mexico Health Plan.
FL 968; 1 folder.  Health Plans, 1985-1999.
Access Term(s): Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO).

Radiation Monitoring
Los Alamos Handbook of Radiation Monitoring; DC 456

Radioactive Waste
Waste Isolation Pilot Project (WIPP). Carlsbad, NM; CN 158

Radiology
Goodwin, Martin B., M.D.; FL 1201.
Legant, Omar K., M.D.; FL 1254, PH 026.
Radiologists--New Mexico (General File); PH 089.
“Radiology in New Mexico, A History,” by C.M. Thompson, M.D.; FL 1112.
Smith, Marcus Joel, M.D., 1918-1986; FL 830, PH 020.

Radiopharmaceuticals
Radiopharmaceuticals; FL 1021.

Railroad Medicine in New Mexico.
DC 470; 1 document case.  Assorted publications on related organizations.
Access Term(s): Railroads; Occupational Medicine.

Red Cross.
PH 016; 1 folder.  Photographs.  
Voluntary Health Agencies.

Redman, Jack Curry, M.D., 1924-1994[Oral History Collection]
CN 170; Papers; 3 boxes.
PH 230; Photographs; 1 folder.
FL 1171; 1 folder.
2 sound cassettes (155 min.) + 1 transcript (34 p.), news clippings, poem written by Dr. Redman, 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Jack C. Redman by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Redman’s life and forty years’ practice as a family practitioner of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family.

Regina School of Nursing, St. Joseph Hospital, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1941-1968.
 “Temple of Babies' Smiles -- A History of Regina Hall,” by Ann Johnson-Nelson; FL 1173.
PH 003; Photographs; 1 folder. 
Schools, N Public Health Administration in New Mexico, by Thomas C. Donnelley; FL 991; UNM Bulletin No. 325 (May 1, 1938) (67p); 1 folder. Public Health Administration

Rehabilitation / Rehabilitation Centers / Programs
Cerebral Palsy Day School / Rehabilitation Center. Albuquerque, N.M.; PH 015.  
“Comprehensive Rehabilitation of Severely Disabling Conditions,” Workshop Presentation, by Robert Muckleroy; FL 1111.
New Mexico Rehabilitation Association, Inc.; FL 935.
Rehabilitation Center, Inc. Albuquerque; FL 935.
Richards, Mrs. Alyce; FL 1223.
Working directory of services for the stroke victim. Albuquerque, N.M.; FL 883.

Rehoboth Hospital, Gallup, New Mexico: Medical Staff.
PH 109; 1 folder.  Photographs.
Access Term(s): Hospitals; McKinley County, N.M.; Physicians.

Rehoboth McKinley Christian Hospital/Health Care Services. Gallup, New Mexico.
FL 1247; 1 folder.  Ephemera.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Religious.

Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.
CN 156, f.11; 1 folder.  Newsletter (1992-94).
Access Term(s): Abortion, Legal.

“Remedio a day keeps the doctor away,” by Tibo J. Chavez.
FL 1094; 1 folder.  Article in New Mexico Magazine, Jan. 1978.
Access Term(s): Traditional Medicine.

“Reminiscences of an old time pharmacist,” by Fred J. Geyer.
FL 823; 1 folder.  Article from El Boticario (Apr. 1978).
Access Term(s): Pharmacists—New Mexico; Pharmacy.

“Report on the indigent migratory consumptive in certain cities of the Southwest,” by Jessamine S. Whitney
FL 977; 1 folder.  Reprint no. 824 from Public Health Reports...(1923) (30p).
Access Term(s): Tuberculosis; Transients & Migrants.

Research
Lovelace Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Albuquerque; CN 114.
Luft, Ulrich C., MD; FL 1131.
Schwichtenberg, Albert H., MD; FL 829.

Reynolds, J. Paul, D.O., 1906-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1239; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (60 min.) + 1 transcript (12 p.), news clippings.
Interview with J. Paul Reynolds by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Reynolds’ nearly 50 years of practice as an osteopathic physician in Roswell, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Oral History; Physicians, Osteopathic; Obstetrics; Rural Health.

Rheumatic Diseases
Climate and diseases of New Mexico; FL 1124.

Rheumatology
Kemper, C.M., M.D.; FL 1269.  

Rice, Lucien G. Sr., M.D.; 1870-1945.
PH 001; 1 folder.  Photographs. 
Access Term(s): Physicians, Family.

Rice, Lucien G., Jr., M.D., 1909-1987.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1272; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (85 min.) + 1 transcript (21 p.), news clipping, 1 col. photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Lucien G. “Red” Rice, Jr., by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Rice’s life and career as a general medicine and surgery practitioner in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
PH 012; Photographs; 1 folder. 
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Surgeons; Women's & Children's Hospital, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Richards, Mrs. Alyce, 1907-2000.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1223; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (80 min.) + 1 transcript.
Interview with Alyce Richards by Jake Spidle focuses on her four decades of volunteer and professional work in the area of rehabilitation.
Access Term(s): Child Health Services ; Oral History; Rehabilitation Centers.

Richardson, George S., M.D., 1914-1999.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1242; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 min.) + 1 transcript (11 p.), news clippings.
Interview with George S. Richardson by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Richardson’s 43 years of medical practice in New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians; Otorhinolaryngology.

Right to Die.
FL 969; 1 folder.  Ephemera.

Right to Life Committee of New Mexico.
CN 156; 10 folders.  Newsletter (1972- ) and annual conference program booklets (1982-1990).
Access Term(s): Abortion, Legal.

Rio Arriba County, NM
“I remember, I remember Truchas the way it was 1936-1956,” by Myrtle Walmsley; DC 428.
Salud De Madres Y Ninos: A 3-Year Maternal and Infant Care Staff Development Program;
     FL 911.

Rio Grande Chapter, National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
FL 933; 1 folder.  Newsletter (1991-1992).

Rio Grande Planned Parenthood / See also: Planned Parenthood of the Rio Grande

Rio Grande Planned Parenthood. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
DC 421; 1 folder.  Newsletter (1984-1994).
Access Term(s): Family Planning.

Rocky Mountain Medical Association;
FL 920; 1 folder.  By-laws, 1875.
Access Term(s): Societies, Medical.

Rocky Mountain Medical Conference.
FL 1123; 1 folder.  Programs, minutes, correspondence, 1939-1953.
Access Term(s): Societies, Medical.

Rocky Mountain Occupational Safety and Health Project AFL-CIO.
FL 1116; 1 folder.  Workers' Guides, 1982-83.
Access Term(s): Occupational Health.

“Rocky Mountain region for consumptives,” by Eugene M. Littlejohn, M.D.
FL 1124; 1 folder.  Article from Medical Record (Aug. 1892).
Access Term(s): Climate; Tuberculosis.

Rocky Mountain Tuberculosis Conference.
FL 1007; 1 folder.  

Roberts, John B. M.D., 1928-. [Oral History Collection]

Rodgers, Donald E., M.D., 1941-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1274; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (55 min.) + 1 transcript (17 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 12 cm., 4 x 5 in.), Salud Fall 1989 issue with article on Dr. Rodgers' memories of the UNM School of Medicine’s first entering class.
Interview with Donald E. Rodgers by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Rodgers’ medical school experiences as a member of the first class at the new University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Ophthalmology; UNM School of Medicine: History.

Rood, Albert C., M.D., 1914-2000.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1203; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (80 min.) + 1 transcript (15 p.).
Interview with Albert C. Rood by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Rood’s life and career as a general surgeon of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons.

Rosen, Louis, Ph.D., 1918-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1251; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (60 min) + 1 transcript (14 p).
This interview with Los Alamos nuclear physicist Louis Rosen (1918-) includes discussions of the National Cancer Act of 1971, the development of the world's most powerful linear accelerator at the Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility (LAMPF) in 1972, and the establishment of the Cancer Research and Treatment Center (CRTC) at the University of New Mexico (1974). The interview was conducted by UNM student Cynthia Dean as part of a research project on cancer therapies in the U.S.
Access Term(s): Cancer; Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility; Oral History; Radiotherapy.

Rosenbaum, Myron G., M.D., 1907-2004.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1169; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (90 min.) + 1 transcript (16 p.), news clippings, 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Myron G. Rosenbaum by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Rosenbaum’s life and career as the first orthopaedic specialist in New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons; Orthopedics.

Rosenblatt, Wilhelm F., M.D., 1913-2004.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 856; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (95 min.) + 1 transcript (23 p.), news clippings, 1 col. photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.), Dr. Rosenblatt's paper "Historical Perspective of Tuberculosis on the Border" (11 p.).
Interview with Wilhelm F. Rosenblatt by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Rosenblatt’s life and career as a physician and epidemiologist in New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Lung Diseases; Physicians; Public health; Tuberculosis.

Rural Health
Child Health in a Tri-Ethnic Rural Area--An EPSDT Demonstration in the Checkerboard Area of
     New Mexico 1973-1976 ; FL 1015.
National Conference on Rural Primary Care (7th Annual), 1984. Albuquerque; FL 1136.
New Mexico Conference on Health Care, 1990; FL 1147.
New Mexico Health Resources, Inc.; DC 444.
Rural Critical Care Nurse Training Project; CN 106, Box 2, f.6.
“Rural Health in the West - an Inventory of Education and Administration;” FL 1080.
Rural Health; FL 1080.

Safer New Mexico Now.
DC 452; 1 document case.  Ephemera.
Access Term(s): Seat Belts.

Saint Anthony Home for Boys. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1175; 1 folder.  Ephemera.
Access Term(s): Orphanages.

Saint Joseph Hospital, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Medical Board and Staff, 1932; 1 folder; PH 207
Photographs; 1 folder. PH 022
Illustrated promotional brochure, undated; 1 folder; FL 1120.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Religious; Physicians; Sanatoria.

Saint Joseph Hospital, Clayton, New Mexico - Silver Jubilee Memoir, 1946.
FL 928; 1 folder.  Silver Jubilee Memoir (1946).
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Religious.

Saint Jude Express. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1287; 1 folder.  Ephemera.
Access Term(s): Social Medicine.

Saint Mary's Hospital. Roswell, New Mexico.
FL 1234; 1 folder.  75th Anniversary publication, 1981.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Religious.

Saint Vincent Hospital/Sanatorium. Santa Fe, New Mexico.
PH 002; 1 folder.   Photographs.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Religious; Sanatoria.

Salud de madres y niños, the obstetrical program of La Clinica del Pueblo, Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico.
Fl 911; 1 folder.  Final Report (to Robert Wood Johnson Foundation) on 3 year maternal and infant care staff development program, 1979.
Access Term(s): Child Health Service; Maternal and infant care; Rio Arriba County, N.M.

Samet, Jonathan M., M.D., 1946-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1030; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (65 min.) + 1 transcript (18 p.), newspaper clippings.
Interview with Jonathan M. Samet by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Samet’s personal and professional background and his medical career prior to and during his years in New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Lung Diseases; Oral History; Physicians; Epidemiology; UNM School of Medicine Faculty.

Sanatoria—New Mexico
Fort Bayard VA Hospital; FL 1115.
Fort Stanton Tuberculosis Sanatorium; FL 1109.
Methodist Deaconess Sanatorium. Albuquerque; DC 413, PH 118.  
Monkbridge Manor / Monkbridge Co., Inc. Sanatorium, Albuquerque; DC 424.
Nazareth Hospital/Sanatorium. Albuquerque; DC 469.
New Mexico (State). Tuberculosis Sanatorium. Socorro; DC 406.
“New Mexico: Salubrious El Dorado,” by Karen D. Shane; FL 1092.
Presbyterian Health Plan/Healthcare Services/Hospital/Medical Center. Albuquerque; CN 127.
Presbyterian Sanatorium. Albuquerque; PH 017.
Saint Joseph Hospital/Sanatorium. Albuquerque; PH 022.
Saint Joseph Sanatorium. Albuquerque; FL 1120.
Saint Vincent Hospital/Sanatorium. Santa Fe; PH 002.
Sandia Ranch Sanatorium. Albuquerque; FL 1008.
Silver City; PH 033.
Sisters of Charity Sanatorium. Santa Fe; PH 203.
Southwestern Presbyterian Sanatorium. Albuquerque; FL 924.
Sun Mount Sanatorium. Santa Fe; PH 100, FL 997.
Valmora Industrial Sanatorium, 1922-1965; CN 110.
Valmora Sanatorium: Buildings & Grounds; PH 048.
Valmora Sanatorium: Early Photo Album; PH 124.
Valmora Sanatorium: Indoor Views; PH 131.
Valmora Sanatorium: Medical Equipment, Procedures, Treatments; PH 047.
Valmora Sanatorium: Miscellaneous; PH 051.
Valmora Sanatorium: Oversized Photos; PH 052.
Valmora Sanatorium: Patients; PH 049.
Valmora Sanatorium: Staff, Miscellaneous; PH 050.
Valmora Sanatorium: Symington Correspondence & Photos; PH 120.

Sandia Corporation. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1290; 1 folder.  Report SC-RR-67-456:” The Microbial Profile of a Vertical Laminar Airflow Surgical Theater” (1967).
Access Term(s): Environment, controlled.

Sandia Ranch Sanatorium. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1008; 1 folder.  Promotional publications.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Psychiatric; Sanatoria.

Sandoval County, New Mexico
“Indigent Care in Sandoval County,” by Ken Brown; FL 862.

Sangre impura in Mora..., by Walter Clark.
FL 865; 1 folder.  Report of a study (1934).
Access Term(s): Mora County, N.M.; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Syphilis.

Sanitation
“Environmental Sanitation Plus,” by O.E. Puckett, M.D.; FL 839.
Henderson, Carl; FL 1244.
“Hygiene, sanitation & public health in Hispanic New Mexico” by Marc Simmons; FL 1252.

San Juan County, New Mexico
“I Remember Old McDonald's Farmington,” by Eleanor Davenport McDonald; FL 1135.
San Juan County, ephemera, 1 folder; DC 479.
San Juan County Medical Society; Photographs; 1 folder; PH 116
San Juan Mental Health and Counseling Service Inc., Farmington, N.M. (1962-75); DC 404.

San Miguel County, New Mexico
Las Vegas Accepts A Challenge; FL 988.
Ephemera; 1 folder; DC 428.

San Miguel County Medical Society / See: Las Vegas/ San Miguel; CN138.

Santa Fe County, New Mexico
“Santa Fe and Santa Fe County,” by Amelia Montoya (1952); FL 836.
Santa Fe County, NM Medical Society; ephemera; FL 1010.
Santa Fe Family Service; Annual report FY 1966; CN 120, f.2.

Saul, Robert J., M.D., 1917-1994.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1273; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (80 min.) + 1 transcript (24 p.), 1 color photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Robert J. Saul by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Saul’s life and career as a family practitioner of Mountainair, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family.

School Health Services
School Health Services; DC 420.
Budlong, Elizabeth, R.N.; FL 1170.
Martin, Beatrice, R.N.; FL 1270.

Schwichtenberg, Albert H., M.D., 1904-1996.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 829; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (90 mins.) + 1 transcript (21 pages).
Interview with Albert H. Schwichtenberg by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Schwichtenberg’s professional career, particularly his eeleven years at the Lovelace Medical Foundation.
Access Term(s): Aerospace Medicine; Lovelace Foundation for Medical Education and Research; Oral History; Physicians; Research.

Seat Belts
Safer New Mexico Now; DC 452.
Seat Belts; DC 452.

Secrest, Robert R., Sr., M.D., 1924-2002.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 893; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (70 min.) + 1 transcript (19 p.).
Interview with Robert R. Secrest, Sr. by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Secrest’s nearly three decades’ service in New Mexico as an internist specializing in gastroenterology.
Access Term(s): Gastroenterology; Lovelace Clinic; Lovelace Medical Foundation; Oral History; Physicians, Internal Medicine.

Sedgwick, James C., M.D., 1910-1990.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1066; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (85 min.) + 1 transcript (22 p.), news clippings, 1959 N.M. Medical Society annual meeting program with photos and greeting of Sedgwick as President, 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with James C. Sedgwick by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Sedgwick’s 38 years of medical practice in New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Emergency Medicine; Oral History; Physicians, Family.

Sedgwick, William D., M.D., 1913-2006.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1067; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (105 min.) + 1 transcript (17 p.), news clippings, 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with William D. Sedgwick by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Sedgwick’s life and career as a family practitioner, mostly in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Oral History; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Seligman, Randolph V., M.D., 1914-2009.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1260; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 min.) + 1 transcript (19 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Randolph V. Seligman by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Seligman’s medical career in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Sex Education
Planned Parenthood of New Mexico/...Of the Rio Grande; DC 421.

Sexual Abuse/Sexual Assault
Sexual Abuse/Sexual Assault; CN 150.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD's)
Climate and Diseases of New Mexico; FL 1124.
“Syphilis in New Mexico” by Walter Clarke; FL 865.

Sharpe, Joseph H., M.D., 1924-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1240; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (65 min.) + 1 transcript (12 p.).
Interview with Joseph H. Sharpe by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Sharpe’s more than forty years practice in New Mexico as a general surgeon.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons.

Shelters
Barrett House Emergency Shelter for Homeless Women and Their Children. Albuquerque, N.M.; FL 887.

Shields, Lorn M., M.D., 1919-2011.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1180; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (95 min.) + 1 transcript (22 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Lorn M. Shields by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Shields’ life and career as a family practitioner of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family.

Silver City, New Mexico.
PH 033; 1 folder.  Photographs.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Public; Pharmacies; Sanatoria.

Simon, Ernest R., M.D.; UNM SOM Faculty, 1963-74.
FL 1130; 1 expanding folder.  Publications, C.V.

Smallpox
“Control of Smallpox in New Spain's Northern Borderlands,” by Thomas L. Pearcy; FL 1162.
“Pueblo Indian Smallpox Epidemic in New Mexico, 1898-1899,” by Richard H. Frost; FL 1159.

Smith, Carol Kander, M.D., 1917-2003.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 816; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (125 min.) + 1 transcript (29 p.).
Interview with Carol Kander Smith/ by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Smith’s life and nearly forty years as a practicing pediatrician in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
PH 019, Photographs.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Pediatrics; Physicians, Women.

Smith, Daniel E., M.D., 1918-2007.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 895; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (115 mins.) + 1 transcript (19 p.).
Interview with Daniel E. Smith by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Smith’s fifty year career as a thoracic surgeon and on the career of his father, Dr. Warren G. Smith, a pioneer physician practicing in rural New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons; Rural Health.

Smith, Marcus Joel, M.D., 1918-1986.
FL 830; 1 folder.  PH 020; Photographs.
Access Term(s): Physicians; Radiology; Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Smoking
Smoking; DC 432.

Sneed, Carl, M.D., 1896-1952.
FL 919; 1 expanding folder.  Papers. 
Access Term(s): Physicians, Surgeons.

Social Medicine
Saint Jude Express. Albuquerque, N.M.; FL 1287.

Social Welfare
Community Council of Albuquerque, N.M.; FL 842.
Council of Social Agencies. Albuquerque, N.M.; FL 972.
New Mexico Conference of Social Welfare. Albuquerque, N.M.; FL 936.

Societies
American Public Health Association, Western Branch; FL 1081.

Societies, Hospital
New Mexico Hospital Association (1947-92); CN 165.

Societies, Medical
Albuquerque Academy of Medicine (1956-57); FL 927.
Albuquerque and Bernalillo County, N.M. Medical Association (GAMA); CN 129.
American Academy of Family Physicians, New Mexico Chapter; DC 438.
“American College of Physicians, New Mexico Chapter,” a history compiled by Fred Hanold, M.D.; FL 1077.
American Thoracic Society, New Mexico Chapter; FL 1004.
Association of American Physicians & Surgeons, Committee for N.M.; FL 854.
Bernalillo County, N.M. Medical Society; PH 110.
Greater Albuquerque Medical Association (GAMA); CN 129.
Las Vegas / San Miguel County, N.M. Medical Society; CN 138.
Los Alamos County (N.M.) Medical Society; DC 456.
Mid Rio Grande County, N.M. Medical Society; CN 108.
New Mexico Allergy Society; FL 956.
New Mexico Ob/Gyn Society; FL 957.
New Mexico Pediatrics Society; PH 202, CN 166.
New Mexico Medical Society; CN 102.
New Mexico Medical Society; CN 115.
New Mexico Medical Society: Officers; PH 115.
New Mexico Medical Society: Presidents, 1886-Present; PH 053-PH 058.
Pueblo Clinical & Pathological Society, (CO?); FL 921.
Rocky Mountain Medical Association; FL 920.
Rocky Mountain Medical Conference; FL 1123.
San Juan County, N.M. Medical Society; PH 116.
Santa Fe County, N.M. Medical Society; FL 1010.
Southwestern Medical Association; FL 1292.
Southwestern Surgical Congress; FL 917.
Western Surgical Association; FL 918.

Societies, Nursing
New Mexico League for Nursing; CN 120, f.13.
New Mexico Nurses Association; CN 100-101.

Societies, Scientific
New Mexico Public Health Association (NMPHA); CN 168.

Solomon, Sidney, Ph.D, 1923-1992.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1243; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (105 min.) + 1 transcript (25 p.), news clippings and obituaries, curriculum vitae, History of UNM Physiology Department (9 p.).
Interview with Sidney Solomon by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Solomon’s 25 years of service to the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physiology UNM School of Medicine Faculty.

“Some highlights of health care, Silver City, and the Ladies' Hospital, 1880-1900;”
FL 1218; 1 folder.  History (12p).
Access Term(s): Grant County, N.M.; History of Medicine—New Mexico; Hospitals, Public.

Southwest Acupuncture College. Santa Fe, New Mexico.
DC 402; 1 folder. Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Acupuncture; Oriental Medicine

Southwest Community Mental Health Services Inc. Las Cruces New Mexico.
FL 948; 1 folder.  1st Annual Evaluation Report, 1978.
Access Term(s): Mental Health Services; Dona Aña County, N.M.

Southwest maternity center. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1291; 1 folder.  Services and fees card (1985?).
Access Term(s): Midwifery.

Southwestern United States
Border Health; DC 468.
Southwestern Medical Association; 41st Annual Meeting Program, 1959; FL 1292.
Southwestern Neuro-Psychiatric Institute. Albuquerque, N.M. / See: Sandia Ranch Sanatorium
Southwestern Presbyterian Sanatorium. Albuquerque, N.M.; Two illustrated promotional brochures, 1930's; FL 924.
Southwestern Regional Pediatric Pulmonary Center. Albuquerque, N.M.; FL 996.
Southwestern Surgical Congress; Annual meeting programs, 1955-68; FL 917.
Southwest States Chicano Consumer Conference on Health, 1972; Report, DHEW Pub. no. HSM 73-6208; FL 910.
“Spanish doctors in the old Southwest,” by Richard Dunlop; Article in Today's Health (Feb. 1963); FL 870.
“Spanish flu epidemic of 1918 in New Mexico,” by Richard Melzer; Article from New Mexico Historical Review (1982); FL 1087.

Spencer, A.N., M.D., 1924-1999.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1068; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (65 min.) + 1 transcript (14 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with A. N. Spencer by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Spencer’s life and his practice of medicine in Carrizozo, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Spitz, Theodore A., M.D., 1915-1996.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1181; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (90 min.) + 1 transcript (17 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Theodore A. Spitz by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Spitz’s 35 years practice in anesthesiology in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Anesthesiology.

St. Joseph Healthcare Corporation/Hospital. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
CN 160; 2 boxes.  Annual reports, newsletters, publications, ephemera.
Access Term(s):  Hospitals, Religious.

St. Vincent Hospital. Santa Fe, New Mexico.
DC 430; 1 document case.  Newsletter, annual reports, ephemera.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Public.

Stark, Walter A., M.D., 1903-1984.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1262; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (90 min.) + 1 transcript (17 p.),1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Theodore A. Spitz by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Stark’s life and medical career in Las Vegas, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

State Legislators
Campbell, Jack M.; FL 964.
Chavez, Fabian; FL 1189.

Stennis, William, M.D., 1930-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1265; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (125 min.) + 1 transcript (21 p.).
Interview with William H. Stennis by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Stennis’ career as a psychiatrist in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Psychiatry.

Sterling, William Arnold, Jr., M.D., 1936-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 900; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (100 mins.) + 1 transcript ( 24 pages).
Interview with William A. Sterling. Jr., by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Sterling’s career as a transplant surgeon of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons; Transplantation.

Stiles, Waldo W., M.D., 1909-1997.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1185; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 min.) + 1 transcript (15 p.).
Interview with Waldo W. Stiles by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Stiles’ medical career in Albuquerque and Belen, New Mexico and touches on his time spent as a medical missionary in South America.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons.

Stoll, Augustine Bernard, R.N.
FL 981; 1 folder.  Reports to American Red Service Cross Indian Service, 1920's.
Access Term(s): Apache Indians; Pueblo Indians; Public Health Nursing; Rural Health.

Stubbs, S. Robert, M.D., 1928-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1263; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (60 min.) + 1 transcript (10 p.).
Interview with S. Robert Stubbs by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Stubbs’ more than thirty years as a family practice and emergency medicine physician of Alamogordo, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Emergency Medicine; Oral History; Physicians, Family; Public Health.

Substance Abuse
Drug Abuse in North Central New Mexico; DC 431.
Families in Action (Bernalillo County, N.M.). Albuquerque, N.M.; DC 431.
Institute on Narcotic Addiction among Mexican Americans in the Southwest; FL 930.
La Llave Drug Rehabilitation Program, Economic Impact Considerations Of, by Gedimus A. Cibas; FL 864.
La Llave Drug Rehabilitation Program. Albuquerque, N.M.: Economic Impact Report 1974; FL 864.
New Mexico Citizens Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse. Albuquerque, N.M.; DC 403.
Parents for Drug Free Youth. Albuquerque, N.M.; DC 431.
Substance Abuse Treatment Centers; DC 431.
Substance Abuse; DC 431.

Sunmount Sanatorium. Santa Fe, New Mexico.
FL 997; 1 folder.  Promotional brochures, circa 1930's.
PH 100; Photographs.
Access Term(s): Sanatoria.

Surgeons
Badger, William E., M.D.; FL 802.
Badger, William E., M.D.; PH 034.
Boyd, John F., M.D.; FL 1241.
Cornish, P.G., III, M.D.; FL 1182.
Cornish, P.G., Sr., M.D., and Cornish, P.G., Jr., M.D.; DC 459.
Daviet, L.L., M.D.; FL 1194.
Deane, William M., M.D.; FL 1100.
Derbyshire, Robert C., M.D.; FL 1178.
Forbis, Robert E., M.D.; PH 009.  
Jennings, Emmit M., M.D.; FL 857.
Kempers, Bert, M.D.; PH 037, FL 1056.
Lovelace, William Randolph II, M.D.; FL 827, PH 042.
Macquigg, Rodger E., M.D.; FL 810.
Maldonado, Jose, M.D.; FL 809.
Marshall, I.J., M.D.; PH 119, FL 861.
McCarthy, Jack, M.D.; FL 1187.
McKinnon, D.A., Jr., M.D.; FL 1061.
Minear, William L., M.D., Ph.D; CN 121, FL 1076, PH 007, FL 1281.
Moon, Norman F., M.D.; FL 1197.  
Morgan, Clinton W., Jr., M.D.; FL 1088.
Omer, George E., Jr., M.D.; PH 122.
Overton, Lewis M., M.D.; FL 814.
Parnall, Edward, M.D., FL 1070.
Rice, Lucien G., Jr., M.D.; PH 012, FL 1272.
Rood, Albert C., M.D.; FL 1203.
Rosenbaum, Myron G., M.D.; FL 1169.
Sharpe, Joseph H., M.D.; FL 1240.
Sneed, Carl, M.D.; FL 919.
Stiles, Waldo W., M.D.; FL 1185.
Travers, Phillip Lee, M.D.; FL 1231.  
Turner, Robert S., M.D.; FL 1192 . 
Twiest, Melvin W., M.D.; FL 987.  
Wilkinson, Lawrence H., M.D.; PH 021, CN 148, FL 1215.  
Williams, Joseph P., M.D.; FL 817.  
Williamson, Carl S., M.D.; PH 201, FL 919.
Womack, Carroll L., M.D.; FL 818. 

Surgery
AT&SF Railroad Hospital. Albuquerque, N.M.; Record of Surgeries, 5/1947-12/49; FL 915.
Dellinger, Maxine O.; DC 405.

Syme, Oscar, M.D., 1919-2012.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1264; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (120 min.) + 1 transcript (17 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Oscar Syme by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Syme’s life and career as a pediatrician in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Oral History; Physicians, Pediatrics.

“Syphilis in New Mexico” by Walter Clarke.
FL 865; 1 folder.  Publication of the NM Tuberculosis Association (1934).
Access Term(s):  STD; Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

“Tales those nurses told: public health nurses among the Pueblo and Navajo Indians,” by Sandra K. Schackel.
FL 1132; 1 folder.  Article in New Mexico Historical Review (Apr. 1990).
Access Term(s): Indian Health; Public Health Nursing.

Taos County (New Mexico) Cooperative Health Association.
FL 1261; 1 folder.  Article by Charles P. Loomis from American Sociological Review (1945).
Access Term(s): Community Health Services; Taos County, N.M.

Taylor, Owen C., Jr., M.D., 1925-2011.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1238; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (80 min.) + 1 transcript (16 p.), news clippings, 1 b&w photoprint (6 x 9 cm., 2.5 x 3.5 in.).
Interview with Owen C. Taylor by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Taylor’s more than thirty years as a family practitioner with a special interest and expertise in cardiology in Artesia, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family.

Teague, Hubert R., M.D., 1915-2006.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1249; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (20 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Hubert R. Teague by Jake Spidle surveys the life and career of Dr. Teague, a general practitioner of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Oral History; Physicians, Family.

“Teenage pregnancy in Taos and Espanola: Attitudes and Education,” by Janet E. Griego and Johnnie R. Vigil.
FL 872; 1 folder.  Study Report, 1985.
Access Term(s): Pregnancy -- In Adolescences

Telemedicine
“Medicine in New Mexico -- From Medicine Man to Meson Facility;” FL 877.
“New Mexico's Proposed Physician-Monitored Remote Areas Health Program,” by Robert B. Munson; FL 885.

Tempest, Bruce Dean, M.D., 1935-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 894; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 mins.) + 1 transcript (23 pages).
Interview with Bruce D. Tempest by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Tempest’s thirty years’ service in the Indian Health Service, most of it spent on the Navajo Nation Reservation and his contributions to the identification of hantavirus.
Access Term(s):  Epidemiology; Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome; Indian Health Service; Oral History; Physicians; Rural Health.

“Temple of Babies' Smiles -- A history of Regina Hall,” by Ann Johnson-Nelson.
FL 1173; 1 folder.  Research paper.
Access Term(s): Lukens, Charles Edward, M.D.; Child Health Services; Orphanages; Regina Hall (building), Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Thoracic Surgery
Macquigg, Rodger E., M.D.; FL 810.

Torrens, John K., M.D., 1920-2007.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1228; 1 folder.  3 sound cassettes (215 min.) + 1 transcript (53 p.), news clippings, 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with John K. Torrens by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Torrens’ 36 years’ private practice of psychiatry in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Psychiatry.

Travers, Phillip Lee, M.D., 1878-1961.
FL 1231; 1 folder.  Videocassette; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Physicians, Surgeons.

“Treading the elephant's tail: medical problems on the overland trails,” by Peter D. Olch, M.D.
FL 880; 1 folder.  Article from Bulletin of the History of Medicine (Summer 1985).
Access Term(s): History of Medicine—Southwest.

Tuberculosis
“Action of Sunlight Upon Bacteria With Special Reference to B. Tuberculosis” by John
     Weinzirl; FL 884.
Albuquerque Civic Council; FL 923.
“Another Look At Hospital Admission X-Rays,” by Elmer E. Zaudke (1955); FL 977.
Bernalillo County, N.M. Tuberculosis Association, 1955-57; FL 1129.
Climate and Diseases of New Mexico; FL 1124.
“How A Selected Population of Rural Villagers View Tuberculosis...,” by James J. Raigoza;
     FL 833.
“John Weinzirl: A Personal Search for the Conquest of Tuberculosis,” by Judith R. Johnson;
     FL 976
“New Mexico: Salubrious El Dorado,” by Karen D. Shane; FL 1092.
New Mexico Tuberculosis Association; CN 116.
“Report on the Indigent Migratory Consumptive in Certain Cities of the Southwest,” by
     Jessamine S. Whitney; FL 977.
“Rocky Mountain Region for Consumptives,” by Eugene M. Littlejohn; FL 1124.
Rocky Mountain Tuberculosis Conference; FL 1007.
Rosenblatt, Wilhelm F., M.D.; FL 856.
Valmora Industrial Sanatorium, 1922-1965; CN 110.
Western Tuberculosis Conference, September 1956. Santa Fe, N.M.; FL 840.

Turner, Robert S., M.D., 1928-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1192; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (20 p.), news clippings, curriculum vitae (9 p.), letter/list regarding history of Orthopedics Dept. at Lovelace Medical Center (8 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Robert S. Turner by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Turner’s initial 25 years’ practice as an orthopedic surgeon at Lovelace Medical Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Oral History; Orthopedics; Physicians, Surgeons; (NOTE: RESTRICTED ACCESS)

Twiest, Melvin W., M.D., 1944-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 987; 1 Folder.  2 audiocassettes (125 mins.) + 1 transcript (37 p.), 1 b&w photoprint, 4 x 5 in.
Interview with Melvin W. Twiest by Jake Spidle regarding Dr. Twiest’s years at Lovelace Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Oral History; Surgeons.

U.S. Indian Health Service
Albuquerque Area; Reports, statistics, data books, manuals, directories (1967-); CN 135.
Navajo Area; Reports, statistics (1967-); CN 134.

U.S.-Mexico Border Public Health Association.
FL 1098; 1 expanding folder.  Publications, directories, etc. (1959-).
Access Term(s):  Associations; Border Health; Public Health.

Unit Hospital of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1266; 1 folder.  Ephemera (1987-93).
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Psychiatric.

University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center (General)
Aerial Views UNM Campus; photographs; PH 195.
Aerial photos; photographic slides; PH 138.
Basic Medical Sciences Building, Construction; photographs; PH 139.
Buildings, circa 1980; photographs; PH 223.
Buildings, Construction; photographs; PH 150PH 151.
Buildings; photographs; PH 127.
Buildings: Planning documents, 1958-1992; P01-000, boxes 19A and 19B.
College of Pharmacy/Dental Programs: Faculty; photographs; PH 208.
Dental Programs; Photographs; PH 149.
Health Sciences & Services Building (HSSB): Dedication; photographs; PH 206.
Library: Archives Room; photographic slides; PH 140.
Library: Archives Room; photographic prints; PH 197.
Library, Dedication; photographs; PH 204.
Library interiors, staff; photographs; PH 228.
Library: Lobby Renovation & Dedication, 1994; photographs; PH 220.
Library: Erica Love, Director; FL 1107.
Library, Previous; photographs; PH 205.
Library, Remodeling, 1977; photographs; PH 154.
Library, Renovation, Staff, 1983-1989; photographs; PH 219.
Library, Renovations, 1987; photographs; PH 227.
Library staff holiday costumes; PH 229.
Nursing/Pharmacy Building & Dedication; photographs; PH 128.
University Hospital: Miscellaneous photos; photographs; PH 132.

University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center (School of Medicine)
25th Anniversary; photographs; PH 134.
25th birthday; photographic slides; PH 148.
Class of 1968; photographs; PH 137.
Classes; photographs; PH 133.
Convocation, 1985; photographs; PH 136.
Deans; photographs; PH 210.
Deans; Fitz, Reginald H., M.D.; FL 1258. 
Deans; Napolitano, Leonard M., Ph.D.; FL 813. 
Faculty (general file); photographs; PH 091.
Faculty, Basic Sciences; photographs; PH 212.
Faculty: Anderson, Robert E., M.D. FL 801.
Faculty: Hardy, William R., M.D.; FL 1237.
Faculty: Key, Charles R., M.D., Ph.D.; FL 916.
Faculty: Libo, Lester M., Ph.D.; FL 1222.
Faculty: Loftfield, Robert B., Ph.D.; FL 1190.
Faculty: McConnell, Thomas, S., M.D.; FL 1271.
Faculty: McLaren, Leroy C., Ph.D.; FL 1205.
Faculty: Omer, George E., Jr., M.D.; PH 122.
Faculty: Pitcher, J. Loren, M.D.; PH 123.
Faculty: Samet, Jonathan M., M.D.; FL 1030.
Faculty: Simon, Ernest R., M.D.; FL 1130.
Faculty: Solomon, Sidney, Ph.D.; FL 1243.
Faculty: Winslow, Walter W., M.D.; FL 1227. 
History; Campbell, Jack M.; FL 964. 
History; Chavez, Fabian; FL 1189. 
History; Rodgers, Donald E., M.D.; FL 1274.
Primary Care Curriculum Tutorial, Dec. 1988; photographs; PH 135.

“Utilization of basic science principles in solving nursing care problems,” by Marjorie M. Christiansen.
CN 120, f.3; 1 folder.  Paper (1969) (126p).
Access Term(s): Nurses; Nursing.

Vall-Spinosa, Arthur, M.D.
FL 1196; 1 expanding folder.  Papers, draft legislation on health care reform in New Mexico (New Mexicare).
Access Term(s): Health Care Reform; Physicians.

Valmora Industrial Sanatorium, 1922-1965
Buildings & Grounds; photographs; PH 048.
Indoor Views; photographs; PH 131.
Medical equipment, procedures, treatments; photographs; PH 047.
Miscellaneous photographs; PH 051.
Oversized photos; photographs; PH 052.
Patients; photographs; PH 049.
Photo Album; photographs; PH 124.
Records; 6 boxes; CN 110.   
Staff, miscellaneous; Photographs; PH 050.
Symington correspondence and photos; photographs; PH 120.
Access Term(s): Sanatoria; Tuberculosis.

Van Duzen, Jean Livingston, M.D., 1926-2012.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 896; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (60 min) + 1 transcript (17 pages).
Interview with Jean L. Van Duzen by H. Henrietta Stockel focuses on Dr. Van Duzen’s practice on the Navajo Reservation from 1954 to 1980.
Access Term(s):  Indian Health Service; Navajo Nation; Oral History; Physicians; Traditional Medicine.

Van Pelt, Esther S., D.O., 1903-1995.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 853; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (60 min.) + 1 transcript (13 p.), 1 col. photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Esther S. Van Pelt by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Van Pelt’s life and career as an osteopathic physician in New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Women; Physicians, Osteopathic.

Vander Wagen, Robert C., M.D., 1930-2003.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1191; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (40 min.) + 1 transcript (9 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Robert C. Vander Wagen by David B. Post surveys Dr. Vander Wagen’s life and career as a pediatrician and public health specialist with the Indian Health Service.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Pediatrics; Public Health.

Vandervoort, Eunice L., R.N., 1909-2001.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1055; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (125 min.) + 1 transcript (24 p.), news clippings, inventory of items donated to archives collections by Mrs. Vandervoort.
Interview with Eunice L. Vandervoort by Jake Spidle surveys Mrs. Vandervoort’s career in “pioneer” public health in New Mexico in the 1930’s and 1940’s.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Public Health Nursing; Nurses; Rural Health.

Veterans Administration Medical Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Photographs; PH 112.
Kurtz, Chester M., M.D., FACP; FL 1051.
Lowenstein, Bernard, M.D.; FL 950.

Violence.
DC 476; 1 document case.  Ephemera.

Visiting Nurse Service, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
PH 158-PH 181; 14 folders.  Photographs.
Access Term(s): Home Care Services; Nurses; Nursing.

Vista Sandia Hospital. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
DC 469; 1 document case.  Ephemera.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Psychiatric.

Voluntary Health Agencies, New Mexico
American Cancer Society, New Mexico Division, Inc. Albuquerque; DC 410.
American Heart Association, New Mexico Affiliate; DC 483.
Bernalillo County, NM Tuberculosis Association, 1955-57; FL 1129.
Easter Seal Society of New Mexico; DC 433.
March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, New Mexico Chapter; FL 967.
New Mexico Tuberculosis Association; CN 116.
Red Cross (General File); PH 016.

Waste Isolation Pilot Project (WIPP). Carlsbad, New Mexico.
CN 158; 1 box.  Newsletters, ephemera, N.M. HED publications.
Access Term(s): Radioactive Storage; Radioactive Waste.

Water Supply.
DC 435; 1 document case.  Water Information Network (Albuquerque, N.M.) newsletters (1990-91), ephemera.

Wauneka, Annie Dodge, 1910?-1997.
FL 1140; 1 folder.  Ephemera.
Access Term(s): Indian Health; Patient Advocacy.

Wellness New Mexico Association, Albuquerque (1984-1987).
FL939; 1 folder.  Newsletters.
Access Term(s): Health Promotion.

Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education.
FL 1017; 1 folder.  Rural Health in the West (1981).

Western Surgical Association.
FL 918; 1 folder.  Annual scientific program booklets, 1959, '62, '68, Proceedings 1966, Transactions 1981.
Access Term(s): Societies, Medical; Tuberculosis.

White, Clayton S. “Sam”, M.D., 1912-2004.  [Oral History Collection]
CN 172; 3 boxes.  Publications by Dr. White and staff of Lovelace Foundation for Medical Education & Research (1939-1974).
FL 897; 1 folder.  7 sound cassettes (565 min.) + 1 transcript (99 pages).
Interview with Clayton S. "Sam" White by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. White’s life and distinguished career as a medical scientist/physician/administrator with the Lovelace Medical Foundation and Clinic, the Atomic Energy Commission, and many other institutions.
Access Term(s): Aerospace Medicine; Atomic Energy Commission; Blast Injuries; Lovelace Clinic; Lovelace Medical Foundation; Oral History; Physicians.

White Sands Missile Range
McAfee Army Hospital. White Sands Missile Range, N.M.; FL 994.

Wiggins, James W., M.D., 1918-2009.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1069; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (125 min.) + 1 transcript (17 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with James W. Wiggins by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Wiggins’ life and more than forty years of medical practice as an obstetrician/gynecologist in New Mexico and surveys the life of his father, Dr. James H. Wiggins, a general practitioner who worked four decades in the Estancia Valley.
Access Term(s): Gynecology; Oral History; Physicians, Obstetrics; Rural Health.

Wilkinson, Lawrence H., M.D., 1916-1992.  [Oral History Collection]
CN 148; 2 Boxes.  Papers; Surgeons
PH 021; Photographs.
FL 1215; 1 folder.  4 sound cassettes (250 min.) + 1 transcript (43 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Lawrence H. Wilkinson by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Wilkinson’s life and career as a general surgeon of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons.

Williams, Clara P., R.N., 1900-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 947; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (90 min.) + 2 transcripts (23 p.).
Interview with Clara P. Williams by Jake Spidle surveys her life and career as one of the pioneer nurse-anesthetists in New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Nurse Anesthetists.

Williams, Joseph Perry, M.D., 1898-1998.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 817; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (55 min.) + 1 transcript (19 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Joe Perry Williams by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Williams’ 60 years of the study and practice of medicine, more than 50 of them in Roswell, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Surgeons; Rural Health.

Williamson, Carl Snide, M.D., 1896-1952.
PH 201; 1 folder.  Photographs.
Access Term(s):  Surgeons.

Wilson, Howard L. M.D., 1924-2002. [Oral History Collection]

Winslow, Walter William, M.D., 1925-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1227; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (95 min.) + 1 transcript (25 p.), news clippings, 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Walter William Winslow by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Winslow’s career as a pioneer member of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Psychiatry; UNM School of Medicine Faculty.

Womack, Carroll Loraine, M.D., 1903-1991.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 818; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (80 min.) + 1 transcript (19 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Carroll L. Womack by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Womack’s several careers in medicine, most of them in New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Medical Directors; Oral History; Physicians, Family; Surgeons.

Women
Ephemera; DC 467.
National Women's Health Network - New Mexico. Albuquerque, N.M.; FL 1289.
New Mexico Women & Heart Disease Coalition

Women's and Children's Hospital, Albuquerque, New Mexico
DC 409; 1 document case.  Authorized copies of corporate records & correspondence (1919-1952), held by the family of its founder, Lucien G. Rice, Sr., M.D., 1870-1945.
PH 018; Photographs. 
Doherty, Edward F. & Josephine; FL 855. ;
Rice, Lucien G., Jr., M.D., 1909-1987; PH 012, FL 1272.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Maternity; Hospitals, Private.

Woodham, Ray, 1918-2009.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1184; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (135 min.) + 1 transcript (18 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Ray Woodham by Jake Spidle focuses on Mr. Woodham’s 32-year tenure as Chief Executive Officer of Presbyterian Hospital Center, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Hospital Administrators; Oral History; Presbyterian Hospital (Albuquerque, N.M.).

Working directory of services for the stroke victim. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 883; 1 folder.  Paper by Betty Shover (1976) (14p).
Access Term(s): Rehabilitation; Strokes.

Workmen's Compensation.
DC 478; 1 document case.  Ephemera.

Workshop on Communicable Disease Control.
FL 1020; 1 folder.  Sample questions (1959).

World Health Organization (WHO) – Primary Care Curriculum Conference, Oct. 1986.
PH 200; 1 folder.  Photographs.

Wylder, Meldrum K., M.D., 1877-1962.
PH 006; 1 folder.  Photographs;
Access Term(s): Physicians, Family.

Ziegler, Samuel R., M.D., 1914-2000.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 819; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (19 p.); 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Samuel R. Ziegler by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Ziegler’s 40 years of medical practice in Española Valley in New Mexico.
PH 096; photographs of Española, New Mexico physicians and hospitals.
WZ 70 Z66 1999: “For the soul is dead that slumbers: the adventures of a surgeon and his family in New Mexioc (1946-1996), a memoir,” by S. R. Ziegler and Isabel H. Ziegler.
Access Term(s): Missions and Missionaries; Oral History; Physicians; Rural Health.

Zobel, Robert L., M.D., 1910-1991.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1278; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (45 min.) + 1 transcript (9 p.), newspaper clipping, 1 photoprint (3 .25 x 4.25 in.) : b&w; 8 x 10 cm.
Interview with Robert L. Zobel by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Zobel’s decade of service in New Mexico as a physician-administrator of the United States Public Health Service, who was responsible was for all hospitals and health programs on the Navajo, Pueblo, Apache, and Ute Indian reservations.
Access Term(s): Indian Health Service; Medical Directors; Oral History; Physicians; Public Health; Rural Health.

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