Winslow Indian Health Care Center (WIHCC) is a Tribal 638 Program located in the north central Arizona along the Interstate-40 highway in Winslow, Arizona. WIHCC serves the healthcare needs of the Native American Indians in the southwestern portion of the Navajo Nation involving the communities of Winslow, Holbrook, Dilkon, Leupp, Tolani Lake, Teesto, Bird Springs, Indian Wells, Jeddito, Whitecone and Twin Arrows.
WIHCC is accredited every three years by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). According to AAAHC, "accreditation means that the organization participates in on-going self evaluation, peer review and education to continuously improve its care and services. The organization also commits to a thorough, on-site survey by AAAHC surveyors, who are themselves health care professionals, at least every three years".
Winslow Indian Health Care Center is a state of the art Ambulatory Health Care Center utilizing the Certified Electronic Health Record (EHR) and patient kiosk for patient registration.
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The Winslow Indian Health Care Center (WIHCC) is set to open a new state-of-the-art dental facility in late Spring 2018. The new 7,989 square foot facility will be a stand-alone structure located south of the Hozhoogo Iina Wellness Center and will have three closed operatories for specialty services, nine open operatories, one wheelchair tilt bariatric chair and two hygiene chairs. The new facility will also have an increased lab that will have the capacity to fabricate dentures, partials and crowns, etc., as well as a fully integrated x-ray system and increased patient waiting area.