The New Mexico Appellate Division has reversed a trial judge’s ruling that denied a hospital’s motion to compel arbitration under an agreement the plaintiff was required to sign upon admission as a patient.

“When a party agrees to a non-judicial forum for dispute resolution, the party should be held to that agreement,” the court said, citing Lisanti v. Alamo Title Ins. of Tex.

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