Gateway Center at Gibson Health Hub

Learn about the City's Gateway Center at Gibson Health Hub.

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The City acquired the Gibson Medical Center in April 2021 and renamed it the Gibson Health Hub. The campus hosts existing tenants providing medical, behavioral health, and vocational services. The City's Gateway project will add additional health resources for the community as well as centrally located emergency overnight beds and supportive services to connect people with the help they need on their pathway to housing.

Read our Gateway Administrative Policies and Operations Plan

Tenants

Gibson Health Hub (GHH) is Home to Six Tenants, Including Three Accredited Hospitals

 

AMG Specialty Hospital

AMG - Botique hospital and medical care.

Haven Behavioral Hospital

Haven Behavioral Hospital - In-patient and out-patient behavioral health.

Turquoise Lodge Hospital

Turquoise Lodge Hospital - (State) Substance use disorder treatment and detox.

Fresenius Kidney Care

Fresenius Medical Care - Kidney Care

Zia Health ManagementZia Health Management LLC - In-home medical care

Department of Vocational Rehabilitation

New Mexico Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Public Education Department - (State) Job training


The Hub is Also Home to Various City Departments

The words Albuquerque Community Safety, City of Albuquerque circling a blue shield with the letters ACS.

Albuquerque Community Safety - A third branch of the City's first responder system; dispatches an unarmed, first responder team trained in behavioral health.

The words Albuquerque Community Safety, City of Albuquerque circling a blue shield with the letters ACS.

VIP Trauma Recovery Center - Created a central hub to connect victims of violent crime to trauma recovery services.

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Encampment Outreach - Secures 1/4 mile radius around GHH and connects individuals in encampments to services.


Enhancing the Continuum of Care with Five Key Services

Service Description Outcome Estimated Yearly Impact 
Gateway: Housing Navigation  Low, barrier, trauma-informed, residential program for transitioning to housing Successful exit to safe, stable housing  1000 individuals
Gateway: Engagement Center Easy access to services needed for case management; job training, personal identification  Successful exit to safe, stable housing 1000 individuals
Gateway: First Responder Receiving Area Low-acuity, 24/7 connection point to shelter, housing, other services Divert individuals from emergency departments 1,500 connections/ transports to needed services
Medical Sobering Low-acuity, medical monitoring to gain sobriety; Complement to CARES Campus Divert individuals from emergency departments and jail 14,000 to 16,000 overnight stays
Medical Respite Patient-centered medical care and necessary social services Reduce avoidable emergency department usage and potential re-admissions; connect individuals to permanent supportive housing 180 to 240 individuals

How Did We Get to These Services?

Community Input Meetings

 Research FCS has Conducted

Research by Other Institutions


Timelines and More Information

The City is building Gateway in stages, with the first services anticipated to come online in April, 2023.

In Phase I:

  • The Housing Navigation Program and Engagement Center will serve 200 single adult women-identifying individuals per year with 50 initial residential beds and the goal of 90-day transitions to housing.
  • The First Responder Receiving Area will make up to 1,500 transports a year to needed services.
  • The medical sobering center will have 49 beds to provide medical care and addiction recovery services to 16,000 people a year. 

The Gateway follows best practices from around the country including using a low-barrier approach where services are not forced on individuals, but a plan is made based on the needs of the person.

Get answers to FAQs on the Gateway Center @ GHH