The Laboratory Department can be found on first floor across from the Gift Shop. Our department now has a private waiting area, two draw stations, two private restrooms for specimen collections, and a large processing area for a multitude of laboratory testing options.
The Medical Imaging Department offers medical imaging services to tribal members and eligible individuals of all ages through provider requests in order to monitor the health conditions of the individual and to assist the medical staff in reaching a diagnosis. Services provided include radiography (x-ray), CT scan, ultrasonography, mammography and bone densitometry. We strive to provide each patient with the best possible care, assist the physician in making a diagnosis, and also to make each patient's exam visit as pleasant and quick as possible.
The new pharmacy is much larger and features 6 windows to serve patients. We also have two large rooms to provide patient information, counseling, or patient visits for those enrolled in our anticoagulation clinic.
The Physical Therapy department consists of staff licensed physical therapist, physical therapist assistant, occupational therapist and speech therapist, who are dedicated to helping patients achieve maximum functional level of independence. We provide comprehensive services aimed at assisting individuals with achieving the highest quality of rehab care.
The primary goal of the respiratory therapist is to help a patient improve his/her ability to breathe comfortably, through a variety of medications, extensive equipment and through training or education of patient. They determine how severe the patient's breathing problems are and work with the healthcare providers to provide therapy to help increase oxygen levels for the patient. They treat people with pneumonia, asthma, COPD, congestive heart failure and other medical conditions that affect breathing. The respiratory therapist will be responsible for the medical treatment for patients in the outpatient clinics, emergency room, and those admitted to the hospital.