The Phoenix Area Indian Health Service (PAIHS) Office in Phoenix, Arizona, oversees the delivery of health care to approximately 140,000 Native American users in the tri-state area of Arizona, Nevada and Utah.
Services are comprehensive and range from primary care (inpatient & outpatient) to tertiary care and specialty services. In addition, dental services; behavioral health; public health nursing; health education; and environmental health services are provided. The services are provided through nine service units located throughout the tri-state area. The Phoenix Area works closely with the forty (40) tribes within the tri-state area in providing health care services.
There are three urban programs, Reno, Salt Lake City, and Phoenix, within the Area; and two tribal organizations that the PAIHS works with closely, the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona and the Inter Tribal Council of Nevada.
Courtesy of ihs.gov
The Phoenix Area is comprised of eleven regional areas referred to as service units. Phoenix Area Region- Arizona, Nevada, Utah Service units are located across central Arizona, northern Nevada and Northwestern Utah. The facilities range from small ambulatory care clinics to full service hospitals. Most of the facilities are located on Indian reservations.
Follow the links below for information describing each service unit.
(*) Denotes Tribal Program
Hopi Health Care Center
Gila River Health Care (*)
Desert Visions Youth Wellness
Nevada Skies Youth Wellness