Founded in 1996, Southwest CARE Center (SCC) has been a model of excellence in the treatment and care of people living with HIV. We now open our doors as a primary health care center, providing the same high standard of care to the entire community. With three office locations in Santa Fe and a satellite office in Taos, we employ a warm and compassionate staff with familiarity of the diverse communities of Santa Fe and northern New Mexico.

Our focus at Southwest CARE Center is to provide a compassionate, patient-centered environment where everyone can feel comfortable and respected while receiving the highest quality health care available.

Services are available regardless of your ability to pay. See more information on this under the case management section.


SCC is funded in part by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration - HIV/AIDS Bureau and the New Mexico Department of Health.

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Four Santa Fe Locations

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888-320-8200 or


649 Harkle Road Ste E

M, T, Th, F: 8am-5pm

W: 8am-3pm

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Family Medicine


1691 Galisteo St. Ste D

M, T, F: 8am-5pm

W: 8am-3pm

Th: 8am-7pm

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Women’s Health


901 West Alameda

M, T, F: 8am-5pm

W: 8am-3pm

Th: 8am-6pm

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Birth Center


1691 Galisteo St. Ste E

M - F: 8am-5pm

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Taos Location

Taos Office


Taos HIV and Hep C Testing


Farewell, Dr. Hawkins - Founder, Leader, and Friend

Farewell, Dr. Hawkins - Founder, Leader, and Friend

Southwest CARE Center’s founder and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Trevor Hawkins has accepted a new position at Gilead Sciences, Inc. in Foster City, California, as Senior Medical Director, Medical Affairs, focused on pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). PrEP is the use of antiretroviral therapy in combination with safer sex practices to reduce the risk of sexually acquired HIV-1 in uninfected adults at high risk.