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The University of New Mexico Hospital (UNMH) receives approximately $95 million annually from Bernalillo County property taxes that are subject to voter renewal of a mill levy every eight years. Voters approved the most recent mill levy in November 2016.

The New Mexico Hospital Funding Act (N.M. STAT. ANN. 4-48B-1 et. seq.) is the statutory basis for Bernalillo County to assess a mill levy to support UNMH.

UNMH combines this funding with their other revenue streams for its operations and maintenance.

The attached documents are the lease and subsequent amendments between Bernalillo County and UNMH that have been in place since 1999.

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The 2018 Memorandum of Understanding includes Exhibit A. Item A4 of Exhibit A requires that Bernalillo County and the Indian Health Service have input on the semi-annual goals for each section of Exhibit A. The attached document reflects goals agreed upon by UNMH, the Indian Health Service, and Bernalillo County for the March 2019- September 2019 timeframe. Item A4 specifies that these semi-annual goals shall be considered Exhibit C to the Memorandum of Understanding. Exhibit B to the Memorandum of Understanding contains performance measurements.

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      Location:
      Gutierrez-Hubbell House, 6029 Isleta Blvd. SW
      Time:
      4/2/2020 10:00 AM - 4/2/2020 2:00 PM

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      Location:
      South Valley Multipurpose Center, 2008 Larrazolo Rd. SW
      Time:
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    • Join us Mondays and Thursdays from 12 to 1:30 for Home School P.E. for kids ages 6-14. See fliyer for cost and semesters.
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