PHARMACIES PRESCRIBING BIRTH CONTROL IN NEW MEXICO

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PHARMACIES PRESCRIBING BIRTH CONTROL IN NEW MEXICO

A map of New Mexico showing the density of pharmacies prescribing birth control by zip code.

New Mexico is one of 18 states to allow pharmacists to prescribe self-administered hormonal birth control (e.g., pills, patch, ring, shot). This graphic highlights the potential scale of pharmacy prescribing if New Mexico fully adopts and implements this policy.

February 2021

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