CDC has approved the JYNNEOS vaccine for the prevention of Mpox. New Mexico has a supply of vaccine in each region of the state.

There are enough doses for persons who may be at risk for Mpox.

The Department of Health is no longer offering self-registration or self-scheduling via the web. If you want to schedule your first dose - or finish the series by getting your second dose - please call one of the locations listed below to make an appointment.

If you have other questions, you can reach the Call Center at 855-600-3453, option 4.

You can find more information here:

City County Location Phone Number
Bernalillo Albuquerque Midtown Public Health Office (PHO) 505-841-4170
Bernalillo Albuquerque UNM Truman Health Services 505-272-1312
Bernalillo Albuquerque Southwest CARE Center 505-989-8200
Chaves Roswell Roswell Public Health Office (PHO) 575-624-6050 option 4
Cibola Grants Cibola Co. Public Health Office (PHO) 505-285-4601
Doña Ana Las Cruces Las Cruces Public Health Office (PHO) 575-528-5006
Doña Ana Anthony Anthony Public Health Office (PHO) 575-882-3121
Doña Ana Chaparral Chaparral Public Health Office (PHO) 575-824-3454
Doña Ana Sunland Park Sunland Park Public Health Office (PHO) 575-589-2534
McKinley Gallup McKinley Co. Public Health Office (PHO) 505-722-4391
Otero Alamogordo Otero County Public Health Office (PHO) 575-437-9340
San Juan Farmington San Juan Co. Public Health Office (PHO) 505-327-4461
San Miguel Las Vegas San Miguel Co. Public Health Office (PHO) 505-425-9368
Sandoval Rio Rancho Sandoval Health Commons 505-867-2291
Santa Fe Santa Fe Southwest CARE Center 505-989-8200
Santa Fe Santa Fe Santa Fe Public Health Office (PHO) 505-476-2600
Taos Taos Taos Public Health Office (PHO) 575-758-2073
Torrance Estancia Torrance Co. Public Health Office (PHO) 505-222-6530
Valencia Los Lunas Los Lunas Public Health Office (PHO) 505-222-0940