Indigenous communities are living through a healthcare crisis – one fueled by generational trauma, high rates of chronic disease, and underfunding.
Tribal Health revitalizes Native American health by connecting tribal and federal facilities to culturally intelligent medicine, advanced healthcare models, and onsite clinical education.
Stronger Tribal Facilities. Healthier Indigenous Communities.
Tribal Health helps Indigenous communities solve systemic healthcare barriers. We offer culturally responsive staffing across all specialties – and we develop process improvements that help hospitals get accredited and win the community’s trust. We also hire from within the communities we serve, increasing Indigenous representation in healthcare.
Physicians And Nurses
Board-Certified EM Doctors
ER Coverage Hours
ER Coverage Hours
Hours of Staffing Coverage
Improved Time to Be Seen by
Hours in Critical Care Training
Alzheimer’s Disease in Indian Country
by Tribal Health | Jun 28, 2022
Mention Native American health concerns and many people will think of diabetes or kidney disease. Those issues tend to get the biggest spotlight when it comes to tribal health. But...
Summer Reading List 2022
by Tribal Health | Jun 17, 2022
Summer is here at last. And while these months might be associated with barbecues and beaches, there’s something to be said for spending a lazy afternoon with a good book....
Meet Our Recruiting Team: Brandon Cook, Senior Physician Recruiter
by Tribal Health | Jun 16, 2022
Today we’re featuring a physician recruiter – Brandon Cook, who connects our partner facilities to top-notch providers. Brandon has a lot of expertise in a lot of areas; in his...
Native LGBTQ+ Youth and Mental Health Struggles
by Mario Trujillo | Jun 13, 2022
“Lumping diverse youth into broad identity categories and applying single-size approaches does a disservice to everyone, and makes our work to end LGBTQ youth suicide even harder. This year’s findings...
Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Are a Healthcare Issue: Part II
by Tribal Health | Jun 6, 2022
Last month, we talked to Debbie Nez-Manuel, a leader in the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW), also known as Missing and Murdered People (MMIP.) This week, we’re extending the...
Solving the Critical Care Training Conundrum at Tribal Facilities
by Tribal Health | May 16, 2022
The industry conversation about healthcare disparities in rural areas is an entrenched one. We all know the barriers at this point – the provider shortages, the difficulty in obtaining specialty...
COVID’s Aftermath: Mental Health Needs in Indigenous Communities
by Tribal Health | May 2, 2022
Two years after the COVID-19 pandemic changed the world, healthcare workers are beginning to – cautiously, tentatively – resume normal operations. Variants are still a concern. Public health researchers are...
Climate Change and Indigenous Health
by Tribal Health | Apr 26, 2022
Are we out of time when it comes to climate change? Just about, according to the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC.) Climate change hits the underserved...