Presbyterian Espanola Hospital
Presbyterian Espanola Hospital is part of Presbyterian Healthcare Services
Presbyterian Espanola Hospital has served Espanola and the Rio Arriba County community since 1948. Since 1977, Espanola Hospital has been managed by Presbyterian Healthcare Services, the state's only private, not-for-profit healthcare system, greatly aiding its growth and advancement.
Located in Espanola, New Mexico, Presbyterian Espanola Hospital is an 80-bed acute care hospital offering the following inpatient and outpatient services to communities in Northern New Mexico.
- 24-hour emergency department and digital radiology/medical imaging
- Hospital units: Intensive care, Medical and Surgical
- Birthing Center
- Surgical Services
- Emergency Medical Services
- Infusion Services
- Primary Care and Specialty Clinic
- Same Day Care Clinic
- Sleep Disorder Center
- Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation
- Home Healthcare
- 24-hour Digital Radiology/Medical Imaging
- Diabetes Resource Center
- Dietary Counseling
With a population of more than 10,000 Espanola offers a community environment that is growing, yet rooted in its southwest culture. The city of Espanola offers:
- Eleven elementary schools, one junior high school and one high school in the Espanola Public School system, and is home to Northern New Mexico College, a four-year college offering 16 bachelor degrees, including an RN to BSN program for nurses.
- Many community-building resources, including an active chamber of commerce, the Regional Development Corporation for local businesses and economic development, the Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area, that works to sustain the heritage and diversity of the cultures in Espanola, and more.
- A newly formed Community Relations Commission that engages with community members across different cultures and faiths to plan the annual Espanola Fiestas celebration, celebrating the area's rich history.
Things to Do
Espanola and the surrounding areas offer a wide range of recreational activities and cultural points of interest, including:
- Exploring the Northern New Mexico Regional Arts Center's exhibits or participating in an art class or workshop
- Hiking, fishing, camping, cross-country skiing and more in the Valles Caldera National Preserve, or boating and other water activities at Abiquiu Lake Recreation Area
- Golfing next to sandstone ridges at the 18-hole Black Mesa Gold Club
- Driving 30 minutes south to the state capital, Santa Fe, to visit the plaza or ski, or about an hour north of skiing at Taos Ski Valley or Red River
- Walking through the Plaza de Espanola and visiting various museums or dining at one of the local favorites
- Attending the Espanola Valley Art Festival on the Plaza de Espanola in September
- Enjoying recreational activities at the Penny Roybal Aquatics Center and Richard Lucero Recreation Center