New Mexico

Liver Day Event

Join patients, families, caregivers, community organizations and those interested in liver health to discuss the importance of addressing liver disease in their communities.

Location: TBD

Buildings Lighting Green for Liver Health

Listed alphabetically by city

  • Albuquerque, Doubletree Hilton Hotel, October 24-28, 2022.


Governor’s Proclamation for New Mexico declaring October as National Liver Awareness Month.

Liver Health Screenings

If you are uninsured and at risk you may be eligible for free screening. A listing of our partner sites offering screenings will be added to this page. Please check back or contact our free Helpline, 1-800-GO-LIVER/1-800-465-4837.

State Liver Disease Facts

  • 753 people in New Mexico died of liver disease in 2020
  • 261 people have liver cancer
  • 0 is the number of transplant centers in New Mexico.
  • 11.1% of adults in New Mexico have diabetes.
  • 68.2% of adults are overweight or obese.
  • 22.5% of adults have no leisure-time physical activity.
  • 1 serving of fruit is consumed daily on average by adults in New Mexico.
  • 1.5 servings of vegetables are consumed daily on average by adults in New Mexico.