CDD MEDICALLY FRAGILE CASE MANAGEMENT (MFCM)

Organization Name: UNM/HSC CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT & DISABILITY (CDD)
Address: 2300 Menaul Blvd., NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Phone: 505-272-2910
Toll Free Phone: 800-675-2910
Fax: 505-272-8100
Wheelchair Accessible: No Stairs in Service Delivery Areas
Services Provided: RN Case Management Program: The Medically Fragile Case Management Program provides Registered Nurse Case Management/Service Coordination services statewide for children who are Medically fragile and their families via nine satellite offices. The case managers use a family centered approach to care, and through collaborative partnerships act as advocates, resource persons, facilitators, and paperwork coordinators for families. Case managers support parents as team leaders who address the day-to-day care of their child. The services in the community and through the Medically Fragile EPSDT and Medically Fragile Waiver support families in their decision to care for their child who is medically fragile in their home. Christy Barden, Director, 272-2910, cbarden@salud.unm.edu Eligibility: Individuals who are medically fragile must meet the eligibility guidelines and the definition of medically fragility--a long term chronic medical condition that requires skilled care and assessment. They must also be diagnosed with their medically fragile condition prior to the age of 22 years.Intake Procedure: Referral form is faxed to the MFCMP at 505-272-8100. Referral form can be emailed upon request. Call 272-2910 for more information.

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Original Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 3/27/2019