New Mexico Board of Pharmacy Prescription Monitoring Program

PMP Resources

Quick Guides

How to Run a Patient Search
How to run a query for a patient's prescription information and history in the PMP Database.
Patient Request Video

Manuals

User Support Manual
General Information on how to use the PMP AWARExE
NM Data Submission Dispenser Guide
Guide for all dispensers on the various methods available for uploading prescribing data and checking those uploads for errors

Forms

PMP Waiver
Licensed NM Dispensers who never dispense Controlled Substances can apply for a waiver from reporting to the PMP.
PMP Request Form - GOVERNMENT AGENCY
For use by local, state and federal law enforcement or prosecutorial officials engaged in an ongoing investigation of an individual in the enforcement of the laws governing illicit drugs.
PMP Request Form - PERSONAL
For use by an individual who request's their own prescription monitoring information in accordance with procedures established under 61-11-2.D NMSA, 1978 and Subsection G of 16.19.6.23 NMAC.
PMP Request Form - LEGAL GUARDIAN
For use by a person named as a legal guardian of an individual who requests their own prescription monitoring information in accordance with procedures established under 61-11-2.D NMSA, 1978 and Subsection G of 16.19.6.23 NMAC.
PMP Request Form - PRACTITIONER
For use by Practitioners not registered in the NM PMP (Usually out of state)

Miscellaneous

DEA Practitioners Manual
List of Most Common Controlled Substances
List of the more common controlled substances by Schedule with both Generic and Brand names
Controlled Substance License (Initial) Application (available at the Board of Pharmacy website)
Once you receive this initial license, apply for your DEA number (if you don’t have one) and then register with the NM PMP.
Controlled Substance License (Renewal) Application (available at the Board of Pharmacy website)
You will need to be registered with the NM PMP before your Controlled Substance License will be renewed.
NDC 10 to 11 digit conversion Guide
Many National Drug Codes (NDC) are displayed on drug packing in a 10-digit format. Proper entry of a NDC requires an 11-digit number in a 5-4-2 format.