Lovelace Community Health Plan is proud to participate in the New Mexico Medicaid Salud! program. If you’ve recently enrolled in the Salud! program through the State of New Mexico Income Support Division, but have not yet chosen your managed care organization (MCO), please take a few minutes to learn about the great benefits we offer through the Lovelace Community Health Plan (LCHP).
We focus on preventive health care services, including well-child checks. This is also known as Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic and Treatment (EPSDT) services. LCHP also focuses on health education, pre-natal visits, dental exams and member outreach and education. We also provide the complete Medicaid Salud! benefit package to women who are Medicaid eligible through the pregnancy-related category of eligibility (035) - including dental and vision benefits to all our expecting mothers.
Click here to access our Preventive Health Guidelines.
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The links below provide useful information. Once you click on them, you’ll leave the Lovelace Salud! web site. We’re not responsible for the content of these pages.
The Lovelace Salud! program provides medical care to more than 70,000 New Mexicans. If you’re already a Lovelace Salud! member, you know that Lovelace Community Health Plan provides the highest level of care possible.
If you’d like to speak to a Lovelace Community Health Plan representative for more information about the Lovelace Salud! program, please call 505.727.5365 in Albuquerque or 800.473.2757 statewide. TTY call 711. We’re here to help and are available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week.
All about Salud!
Salud! is New Mexico’s Medicaid managed care program, which helps New Mexicans who qualify with their medical bills. If you’d like more information about Lovelace Salud!, please call us at 505.727.5365 or 800.473.2757. TTY call 711. We’re here to help and are available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week.
Visit the HSD web site for application information. You might also want to find out more about the New MexiKids or New MexiTeens programs.