New Mexico Health Care Laws
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Few things are as important as our well-being; and when people are having problems in other areas of their lives, they may say "at least I've got my health." Since health care is so vital to our lives, states have enacted certain laws to protect the interests of patients. Welcome to FindLaw's section covering the health care laws of New Mexico, where you'll find authoritative summaries of important health care-related laws pertaining to durable powers of attorney, abortion access, living wills, euthanasia, and the privacy of medical records. Click on a link below to learn more about New Mexico's health care laws.
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