Much of the focus of Lions Clubs International work as a service club organization is to raise money for worthy causes. All funds raised by Lions Clubs from the general public are used for charitable purposes, and administrative costs are kept strictly separate and paid for by members. Some of the money raised for a club’s charity account goes toward projects that benefit the local community of an individual club.
Miners’ Colfax Medical Center is a 24-hour service agency serving a regional population of approximately 12,000 and staffs about 190 employees. There are currently three family practice physicians, two nurse practitioners, one general surgeon, one OB/GYN, three internists, one radiologist, one pathologist, one nurse anesthetist, and one ophthalmologist who are credentialed to practice at the hospital. Consulting staff include specialists from the University of New Mexico specializing in pulmonary and oncology. Cardiologists from the New Mexico Heart Clinic in Albuquerque conduct their clinics at the Acute Care facility. As a state agency, MCMC is under the State Personnel System and there is a benefit plan, personnel policies, routine orientations, and physical exams that an employee commits to as part of the employment package. Our 25 bed critical access facility, our nationwide top ranking Long Term Care facility, and our Miners' Outreach program are proud to serve Northern New Mexico with quality healthcare services. It's our dedication to serving our community that shows in everything we do.
203 Hospital Dr
Raton, NM 87740
(575) 445-3661 (Main)