For registration questions, please contact the PMP Manager by email at Maria.Gonzales@state.nm.us or at (505) 222-9847.
Your Username and Password are cAsE SeNsiTive.
If you’re unable to reset your password using the link above, forgot your Username, or your account is locked, you can contact the NM PMP at NM.PMP@state.nm.us for assistance. Requests are processed M-F 8am-5pm MST.
We are in the process of improving the functionality of the PMP. If you notice any issues, please feel free to contact us at NM.PMP@state.nm.us. Thanks for your understanding while we go through this transition.
Once you login to the NM PMP Portal, please review your account information in the MY ACCOUNT section
(including your security questions) to make sure all information is current and accurate.
By logging into the NM PMP system you acknowledge and agree to the following:
The New Mexico Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) accumulates Schedule II through V controlled substance prescription and dispensing information in order to meet its mission to reduce the diversion of these controlled substances while serving as a valuable tool for legitimate medical practice and patient care.
Access to and review of this information is restricted to authorized account holders only and is to be limited to patents under their care or for official investigatory/regulatory purposes. Any other use of this information is strictly prohibited. Use of these accounts by other individuals is a violation of Section 24-14A of the NMSA 1978 and 16.19.29 NMAC.
All users of the PMP must treat the information obtained in accordance with the provisions of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) as well as Section 24-14A-8 of the NMSA 1978. This information shall not be disclosed, sold, or transferred to any third party. Regulatory and/or criminal sanctions for misuse of PMP information are actively pursued.
Legitimate use of the PMP should by no means hinder health care providers in the normal course of using their professional skills to provide quality medical care to their patients while helping to identify and assist controlled substance diversion and abuse.
Any questions or concerns should be addressed to the NM PMP at NM.PMP@state.nm.us or (505) 222-9847.