Native Health Information Services
HSLIC's Native Health Information Services provides health information services to the 22 Native nations in the state of New Mexico.
What We Do
This program provides assistance in finding quality health and medical information for community groups and health care professionals with a focus on Native populations. The Native Health Database, which serves as a high-quality Internet source of health information about Native North American populations, is maintained by Native Health Information Services.
Other services include health information training, collection development consultation and health information delivery.
Why Do I Want It?
The Native Health Information Services program delivers quality health information by a health information specialist, with a particular focus on the issues of indigenous peoples.
Who Is This For?
This service is offered to health care providers and community members of the 22 Native nations in New Mexico.
How Do I Get It?
Contact Patricia Bradley (PBradley@salud.unm.edu) or the HSLIC Service Point at (505) 272-2311.
How Much Does It Cost?
Fees apply for document delivery and expedited Interlibrary Loan requests, which can be found at https://unmhscl.hosts.atlas-sys.com/illiad/HSLIC/fees.html.
8 a.m. - 5 p.m., M-F
Patricia Bradley, Native and Distance Services Librarian