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- What is a Community Health Center?
- What do your patients experience?
- Where are you located?
- Do you offer referrals?
- Do I need to live on the reservation for service?
What is a Community Health Center?
A Community Health Center is a special type of Health Center, which is funded by a grant from the Health and Human Services Administration (HRSA).
What do patients experience?
“Friendly fast service. We really appreciate the fact that we actually got treatment when we came in. Medication was provided and we were even given a pair of crutches. Saved us a lot of money and time. Thank you for bringing in an x-ray and getting us results the same day! Definitely coming back.”
Jessica First, Patient
“The staff is friendly and helpful. They took great care in assessing our health needs. Now I can get healthcare when IHS is not open. I highly recommend their service!”
Cecily Ferrera, Patient
“Thank you, fast and friendly information given over the phone.”
Thora Yazzie, Patient
Where are you located?
Located in the old IHS clinic – building 70 – on Navajo Road. It is one block due West of the IHS Clinic, drive around the Justice Center and make a left on Navajo Drive, its a long yellow building with a red roof.
Do you offer referrals?
If a patient has a medical need beyond our scope of services, we can write a purchased and referred care referral, pending eligibility.
Do I need to live on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation for care?
No, you do not need to live on the reservation for care. Our clinic serves all members of our community regardless of race, nationality, residency or religion.