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Christus_St_Vincent_Regional_Medical_Center_, Santa Fe, New Mexico
New Mexico
CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical Center is the only Level III Trauma Center in Northern New Mexico. With a medical staff of 380 providers covering 34 specialties, it serves more than 300,000 residents.
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