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Welcome to New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking

Get ready for a new experience on the NM EPHT website. New look and style coming soon!

    • How might the environment affect your health? We are working to help understand. As part of the National Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT) Network, an initiative lead by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), New Mexico offers this site as a source for environment information integrated with health information in efforts to track and understand how the environment might affect the health of New Mexicans.

    • On this site you can:
      • Learn how to protect yourself from environmental exposures.
      • Learn which health effects might be associated with environmental exposures.
      • See how these exposures affect your community.
      • See which health effects are occurring in the state.
      • Access state data and create maps, charts, and tables on the public portal.
      • Access the secure portal, which allows approved users to access unsuppressed county- and sub-county-level data.
      • Get alerts and information about the latest environmental conditions that acutely impact health.

Private Well Testing

Drinking water quality is an important health factor. That's why it is a good habit to have your water from a private well tested regularly. Check out the 2016 schedule for free private well testing for New Mexicans households. 

New autumn dates and locations added!

Seasonal Allergies

Are you suffering through fall seasonal allergies? Many shrubs, weeds and wild flowers are pollinating. Get tips for relief on our seasonal allergy page.

NM EPHT is getting a new a look. We debut our enhanced website in late Autumn 2016.