Ann McCampbell, MD

Santa Fe, NM

Environmental Health Consultant

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS)         Disability         Environmental Illness




Chair, MCS Task Force of New Mexico (1997 – 2016)

Co-Chair, MCS Task Force of New Mexico (2016 – Present)



Board of Director, Chemical Sensitivity Foundation (2001 – 2016)

Coordinator, New Mexico Environment and Health Coalition (2002 – 2012)

Coordinator, Coalition for Mercury-Free New Mexico (2005 – 2009)

Member, New Mexico Environmental Health Coordinating Council,
New Mexico Department of Health (2004 – 2008)

Member, New Mexico Precautionary Principle Task Force, New Mexico Departments of Health and Environment (2005 – 2006)

Steering Committee Member, Indoor Environmental Quality Project, National Institute of Building Sciences, sponsored by U.S. Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board, (2004 – 2005)

Coordinator, Health-Affected Work Group, Health Care Without Harm
(2002 – 2004)

Board of Director, MCS Referral & Resources (1998 – 2001)

Executive Committee Member, Nat’l Coalition for the Chemically Injured (1997)

Organizer, Town Hall Meeting on MCS, New Mexico Governor’s Committee on Concerns of the Handicapped (1996)

Co-Founder and Board of Director, Healthy Housing Coalition (1994 – 1998)



Physician, Women’s Health

  • Kaiser Permanente, Richmond, CA (1987 – 1988)
  • University of California Santa Barbara, Student Health Center (1980 -1985)

Resident, Internal Med (1978 – 1979), Cottage Hospital, Santa Barbara, CA



Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Booklet (1992, revised 1998 and 2011; reprinted 2013, 2014, 2018, and 2020)

Tips for First Responders for People with MCS, Center for Development And Disability, University of New Mexico (2007)

Including the Needs of People with Disabilities, Seniors, and Individuals with Chronic Mental Illness in Emergency Preparedness and Planning,
Report to the New Mexico Department of Health (2003)

Pesticide Sensitivities, Encyclopedia of Pest Management (2002)

MCS Under Siege, Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients (2001)

The Toxic Classroom, Sully’s Living Without (2001)

Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, MCS Task Force Brochure (2000)

A Safe Place, Chemical-Free Baby’s Room, Sully’s Living Without (1999)

Understanding Patients with MCS, American Family Physician (1999)

First, Do No Harm:  The Challenge of Patients with MCS, Focus on Emergency Medical Services, New Mexico Department of Health (1996)

MCS Issues Paper, Report to New Mexico Governor’s Committee on Concerns of the Handicapped (1996)

Controversy Over MCS, Annals of Internal Medicine (1994)

A Conflict of Interest, Wisconsin Medical Journal (1976)



MCS Activist of the Year, 2001, Chemical Injury Information Network



MD, University of California, Los Angeles (1978)

BA, University of California, Santa Cruz, Mathematics (1972)



Physician, New Mexico Medical Board, License #94-327



Living with severe MCS since 1989