Telehealth, the practice of installing videoconferencing-based technologies in remote areas, is part of a large investment initiative with the University of New Mexico Center for Telehealth and Cybermedicine Research. New Mexico, a relatively poor state, has a sizable pueblo and tribal population, and has trouble providing appropriate levels of diagnostic health care due to long distances between tribal lands and medical centers generally located in high population areas. In conjunction with the Santa Fe Innovation Park, a visualization was created to illustrate relative travel distances to health care infrastructure in New Mexico as well as test the tele health remote locations to see if there was a optimal distribution throughout the state. In addition, this visualization indicates statistics in the major "health regions" in the state to indicate demographic and comparative health statistics, leading to an obvious conclusion that the wealthier areas tend to be more dense with better healthcare infrastructure, with fewer cases of chronic causes of death. The visualization also indicates "healthcare deserts", regions where the travel distance to quality food and healthcare exceeds 100 miles, and are ripe sites for remote telehealth facilities.