Ya’at’eeh! Welcome to Winslow Indian Health Care Center!
We boast an outstanding and innovative ambulatory health care center that serves an estimated 60,000 Native Americans, most of whom are Navajo. In addition to our ambulatory services, we offer a vast amount of resources to our patients to ensure they receive health care to the fullest extent.
Winslow Indian Health Care Center leads the way in health care excellence. We are committed to providing only the highest quality services, which are supported by an elaborate medical staff as well as a progressive electronic health record data system. We strive for continuous improvement, with our goal and intent to raise the standards of health care within the Navajo Nation. Operating on a family medicine model, WIHCC provides health care services to all Native Americans as well as their beneficiaries and dependents.
WIHCC strongly believes that no one should ever have to go without medical care. This is best exemplified through our Public Health Nursing Program. Our PHN’s travel great distances to ensure medical care is extended to those who live in even the most remote locations. By doing so, we are able to reach many groups of people and educate and raise awareness of the importance of preventive health care.
Our culturally diverse doctors, nurses, and support staff all share the same philosophy: WIHCC isn’t just a place to work or receive medical care. We’re a family, and we’re proud of the long-term relationships we enjoy with our patients and our staff members. We look forward to continued growth and development of our family.
Navajo Nation is located in the Four Corner's Region of the United States (yellow indication), covers a portion of northeastern Arizona, Southeastern Utah, and Northwestern New Mexico
Color indication illustrates the five major Navajo Nation BIA Agencies. Shiprock, Crownpoint, Fort Defiance, Chinle and Tuba City. The gray indication on the Navajo Nation is the Hopi Reservation.