New Mexico State AED Law

➜ NM Stat 24-10C-6 2011 Nothing in the Cardiac Arrest Response Act precludes a physician or a physician assistant, advanced practice registered nurse or certified nurse-midwife working within that person’s scope of practice from prescribing an automated external defibrillator to a patient for use by the patient’s caregiver on an individual patient, and the use does not require the individual to function in an approved program.
➜ NM stat 24-10C-5 2011 A person may acquire an automated external defibrillator if the person has met all the requirements of Section 24-10C-4 NMSA 1978. Nothing in this section limits the right of a person to practice a health profession that the person is otherwise authorized to practice in accordance with the laws of New Mexico.
➜ NM Stat 24-10C-4 2011 Outlines instructions to ensure the public health and safety for a person that acquires an AED.
➜ NM Stat 24-10C-3 2011 Defines: Automated External Defibrillator, Automated External Defibrillator Program, Defibrillation, Department, Good Samaritan, Person, and Trained Targeted Responder.
➜ NM Stat 24-10C-2 2011 Provides American Heart Association statistics concerning Sudden Cardiac Arrest.
➜ HB 309 2010 This bill sets forth athletic trainer licensing requirements and requirements for renewal of their licenses, which may require proof of certification in the use of automated external defibrillators.
➜ HJM 51 2009 Requests the funds for emergency medical services from the department of health to be expanded to include AED training and placement under the Cardiac Arrest Response Act.
➜ HB 639 2007 Updates Good Samaritan Protection.
➜ SB 527 2007 An Act to implement rules for establishing a sudden cardiac arrest and AED program.
➜ NM Stat 22-13-1.1 2006 Outlines graduation requirements for students entering the eighth grade in the 2012-2013 school year.
➜ NM Stat 22-13-1 2006 Outline what all health education classes must include.
➜ NM Code of Reg 2000 Outlines the guidelines for establishment of an AED program.
➜ NM Code of Reg 2000 Good Samaritan protection for UNTRAINED users.
➜ NM Code of Reg 2000 Outlines responsibilities of: AED Program Director, Physician Medical Director, and Trained Targeted Responders. Also outlines a comprehensive plan for registration, fee scheduling, and maintaining of AEDs.
➜ NM Code of Reg 2000 Outlines the The primary reason for establishing an AED Program.
➜ NM Code of Reg 2000 Defines: Act, Advanced Life Support (ALS),  AED, Basic Life Support (BLS), Bureua, Defibrillation, Department, Emergency Medical Service (EMS), Medical Direction, Physician, Protocols, Provider, Semi-Automated External Defibrillation (AED), and Trained Targeted Responder.
➜ NM Code of Reg 2000 Outlines the purpose of regulations for the New Mexico Cardiac Arrest Targeted Response Program.
➜ NM Code of Reg 2000 States the authority figures that must be made known of purchased AEDs.
➜ NM Code of Reg 2000 These regulations are applicable to all persons or entities operating an AED Program within the State of New Mexico. The regulations also apply to all AED training organizations, trainers, Trained Targeted Responders, and Physician Medical Directors affiliated with an AED Program.
➜ HB 375 1999 Provides certain requirements for entities establishing a defibrillation program and establishes Good Samaritan protection.