Welcome to Ben Archer Health Center.
Accreditation means that this outpatient facility has volunteered to undergo a challenging, comprehensive evaluation. It has made a significant extra effort to review and improve the key factors that can affect the quality and safety of your care.
Accreditation by The Joint Commission is considered the Gold Standard in health care. Hospitals have been evaluated by The Joint Commission for more than 50 years. This facility is accredited just as the hospitals in your community are accredited.
Doctors and nurses from The Joint Commission personally visited this facility to conduct a review and looked at how well the facility:
-provides a safe environment for your care
-educates you about the risks and options for diagnosis and treatment
-protects your rights as a patient, including your right to confidentiality
-evaluates your condition, before, during and after diagnosis and treatment
-protects you against infection
-plans for emergency situations
For more information on the Joint Commission visit www.jointcommission.org.
The public or any BAHC employee may contact the Joint Commission Office of Quality monitoring to report any concerns or to register complaints about a Joint Commission accredited health care organization either by calling 1-800-994-6610
Our mission is to significantly improve the health status of its population through the prevention of illness, the promotion of health education, the provision of quality primary care, access to the under-served and a strong commitment to chronic disease and pain management.
Ben Archer Health Center consists of eight locations. Hatch is the main office where BAHC originated.
Services presently offered by Ben Archer Health Center assure that the communities served have available the following general medical services:
Comprehensive Dental Services
Complete On-Site Medicaid Enrollment
Funding and Support:
-United States Department of Health and Human Services ( Bureau of Primary Health Care)
-State of New Mexico: Department of Health (Rural Primary Health Care Act), Families First, Children Youth & Families Department, Human Services Department, Breast & Cervical Cancer, Diabetes, Tobacco
-Dona Ana County
Board of Directors:
Sandra Morrow, President
Juan Padilla, Vice President
Patsy Leyba, Secretary/Treasurer
Debbie Martinez, Member
Lydia Bamonte, Member
Elwin Roach, Member
Ofelia Melendrez, Member
Eddie Diaz, Member
Christina Fierro, Member