This Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic is unprecedented and imposes challenges to the provision and delivery of healthcare.

The situation is very fluid: however, we continue to work diligently to keep you up to date with the changes as new regulations, guidance, and guidelines are given.
The State of New Mexico has begun to open up more businesses and loosen the restrictions of the initial stay-at-home order.

Here is an update on what La Casa Family Health Center has in place:

We are offering in-clinic visits for well-child checks and/or recommended vaccinations, sports physicals and age-appropriate screenings for pediatric patients.
Older adults with underlying conditions are particularly at increased risk for preventable disease and complications if vaccinations are deferred, therefore we will be providing care for our adult population and we will make every effort to ensure that our patients continue to receive vaccines, screenings, and necessary health maintenance.

Please note that telehealth visits will still be available if necessary. 

Dental Care:
La Casa Family Dentistry has begun offering full dental services. Click here for full dental services offered. We will continue scheduling patients with oral emergencies but we will also schedule the following:

  • Complete Exams (Preventative Exams)
  • Periodic Exams
  • Sealants
  • and aerosol procedures.

Please contact a La Casa dental office nearest you for more details.

COVID-19 Vaccine
La Casa Family Health Center is currently scheduling appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine.

In Portales, appointments are available on Wednesday and Friday.
In Clovis, appointments are available on Monday and Friday.
In Roswell, appointments are available Monday-Friday 9:00a.m.-3:00p.m.

The following individuals can receive the COVID-19 vaccine in New Mexico:

  • Hospital personnel
  • Residents and staff of long-term care facilities
  • Medical first responders
  • Congregate setting workers
  • Persons providing direct medical care and other in-person services
  • Home-based healthcare and hospice workers
  • Persons 75+
  • Persons 16+ with a chronic health condition or a disability
  • Educators, early childhood professionals, and school staff
  • Frontline essential workers
  • Residents of congregate care facilities
  • New Mexicans age 60 and older
  • Other essential workers


Poster: who can get covid19 vaccine

Information update: 03.22.2021