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The New Mexico Healthcare Supply Chain Coalition is an affiliated chapter of AHRMM, devoted to the advancement of the healthcare supply chain.

What is NMHSCC?

The New Mexico Healthcare Supply Chain Coalition are a passionate group of individuals interested in advancing and understanding the healthcare supply chain. NMHSCC members come from a diverse group of providers, suppliers, and GPO’s and share a common interest in professional development and industry advancement. Founded in November of 2022, the chapter has quickly grown from just an idea, to a robust group of people intent on providing benefit and value to its members.

NMHSCC's Mission
To drive continual advancement of New Mexico's healthcare supply chain by providing education, leadership, and advocacy to the professionals and affiliated organizations, who are committed to improving healthcare within the communities that we serve.
Membership Information

Chapter membership is designed to be very accessible to all professionals in the Healthcare Supply Chain Industry, inclusive of suppliers, providers, students and faculty.  Membership provides access to meetings, vendor fairs and events hosted by the chapter and ensures you receive important communications and education.  National AHRMM membership is not required to be a member for the NMHSCC, but is highly encouraged.  

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Meetings and Events

Meetings are typically held bi-annually and are either provided on a virtual meeting platform or hosted in the greater Albuquerque area by one of our healthcare suppliers or providers.    This allows chapter membership fees to stay reasonable and provides chapter members an opportunity to visit other healthcare locations in the region.  Additionally,  the NMHSCC group participates in volunteer and fun networking events throughout the year.  Continuing Education credits are provided when available.  

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Philip Hampton


Philip Hampton is the Chief Supply Chain Officer for Presbyterian Healthcare Services based in New Mexico. He has an AAS in accounting and a bachelor’s degree in Business. Phil currently is the President of the New Mexico Healthcare Supply Chain Coalition (NMHSCC). He has over 30-years of management and leadership experience in several industries and has spent the last 16 years serving in the healthcare field. Phil resides in Albuquerque, NM with his wife of 30 years and two adult daughters.

Florencio Gallegos


Florencio Gallegos is the Senior Executive Director of Operations for University of New Mexico Hospital. Flo has worked 20 years at UNM Hospital in various operational service lines with the bulk of his employment in supply chain. He presently has oversight responsibility for Materials Management, Food & Nutrition Services, Environmental Services, Laboratory Services, Pharmacy Services, Facilities Construction and Maintenance Services, Trauma Support Program and Stroke/Heart Failure Support Program.. Flo received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of New Mexico and has a Master of Science Degree in Project Management and Operations with Graduate Certificates in Supply Chain Management.

Andrea Hunnicutt


Andrea Hunnicutt started her career in hospital supply chain 14 years ago with Lovelace Health System.  Although she has held many roles, Andrea was promoted to Regional Vice President of Supply Chain in 2021 for Ardent Health Services.  Most recently, she made a career move to Presbyterian Healthcare Services as the Vice President of Supply Chain in July 2022. 

Andrea earned a Bachelor of Science in management from University of Phoenix in Albuquerque, NM.

As the vice president of supply chain, Andrea is responsible for the system supply chain functions including procurement, accounts payable, MMIS, and operations.

Andrea has been a long-standing member of the Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management. She is also Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certified.  When she is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her daughters and fishing the many streams and lakes of New Mexico.

Michelle Wood Martinez


Currently serving as the Director for a full service 250-bed acute care and Regional Medical center, which services 7 counties in Northern New Mexico and regional oversight of the 20+ non-acute care community clinics supply chain and contracting. She oversees the daily Materials Management operations to include central supply, shipping & receiving, mailroom, purchasing, contracting, print shop, copiers, gases, and recycling. Michelle has 20 years’ experience in Medical logistics to include capital procurement specialist, fixed asset and reimbursement accountant prior to her promotion into management. She has a Master’s in Business Administration / Minor in Finance and is CMRP certified since 2009 and member of AHRMM. Held several positions in the GSAHRMM in San Antonio, TX such as President and served on the advisory board for 5 years. Current Membership Chair of the NTAHRMM and Secretary of the NMHSCC.


TaraH Santana

Event Chair

Tarah Santana is the Director of Supply Chain Operations for Presbyterian Hospital and Kaseman. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from The University of New Mexico and received the following awards: Honors Society, Deans List, Cum Lade and Golden Key International Honor Society. Tarah has over 18 years of experience in Supply Chain, with 10 years in healthcare. Tarah currently is the Event Chair for the New Mexico Healthcare Supply Chain Coalition (NMHSCC). Tarah enjoys spending time with family.

Daniel Riggsbee

Communications Chair

Daniel Riggsbee is a CMRP and SCPro credentialed healthcare supply chain professional with 20+ years of experience in operational leadership, value analysis, supply cost management, initiative/project management, and process improvement. He is the regional director of supply chain operations for Ardent Health's New Mexico, New Jersey, Idaho, and Kansas facilities. He has been an AHRMM national member since 2013 and currently serves on the AHRMM membership committee. Daniel is also the Communications Chair for the New Mexico Healthcare Supply Chain Coalition (NMHSCC). In his free time, Daniel can be found traveling and exploring all that the Land of Enchantment has to offer.

Connie Liggett

Membership Chair

Connie Liggett works for Presbyterian Healthcare Services and serves as Director of Supply Chain Operations for Non-Acute/Ancillary locations and as Supply Chain support for Presbyterian’s Regional Hospitals throughout the state of New Mexico. Connie has over 25 years’ experience in supply chain logistics and inventory control, with the last 11 years in Healthcare Supply Chain. Connie received her Bachelor of Science degree in Healthcare Management at Western Governors University.

Tim Loftis


Tim Loftis serves as Board Advisor for NMHSCC and was instrumental in establishing and developing the chapter. He has been an active and passionate AHRMM member for over 10 years and serves as the Co-President of the RMAHRMM where he has been Communications Chair, Website Manager, Interim Treasurer, and Secretary. Tim is proud to have worked hand-in-hand with the NMHSCC team to initiate and develop this chapter and also leads the West Region AHRMM. 

As Regional Sales Director for Tecsys, Tim represents the only comprehensive software solution designed specifically for the healthcare supply chain indsutry, providing complete end-to end, automated, real-time insights into products, processes, and workflows and linked directly to ERPs and EHRs. A University of Utah EMBA grad, Tim is a proud father to a son serving in the US Army, and a lucky husband to Maria Loftis who works for Intermountain Health’s Chief Supply Chain Officer.

Jeannie montoya


Jeannie Montoya is the Purchasing Manager for Ardent Health Services; supporting their Lovelace Health System and Baptist Saint Anthony Health System. In her current role, she is responsible for the oversight of all procurement functions; supplier evaluation, contract monitoring, and additional supply chain support. She has worked in healthcare supply chain for nine years, of which, six were at the facility/operations level. Jeannie serves as NMHSCC’s Education Chair, where she advocates for the continuation of one’s educational and professional development.

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The New Mexico Healthcare Supply Chain Coalition are a passionate group of individuals interested in advancing and understanding the healthcare supply chain.

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