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 practice management, 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 practice management and 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
Native American and Sober: Part 2
by Tribal Health | Sep 22, 2023
Last week, we talked to Lee Yaiva (Hopi), CEO of Scottsdale Recovery Center, about barriers to recovery for Native Americans. In Part 2 of our interview, Lee offers unique insights...
Native American and Sober: Part 1
by Tribal Health | Sep 18, 2023
Addiction may be considered a disease today, but both the illness and the recovery are unique from other healthcare problems. Treatment can be hard to find, as well as expensive;...
Undercounted and Underserved: Data Reporting and Tribal Healthcare
by Tribal Health | Sep 14, 2023
“It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data.” ~ Sherlock Holmes via Arthur Conan Doyle We’re lucky enough to live in a golden age of data. Across...
Meet Our August Nurse of the Month: Shaneyl Rowe
by Tribal Health | Aug 28, 2023
Our latest nurse spotlight shines on Shaneyl Rowe, a Rosebud nurse who is surrounded by nurses at work and at home! How did you get into nursing, Shaneyl? I’ve always...
Part 2: Interview with Travel Nurse 101
by Tribal Health | Aug 17, 2023
Last week, we talked to travel nurse influencer Brandy Pinkerton from Travel Nurse 101 about mental health. Today, we’re sharing her advice for nurses on managing their money – from...
An Interview with Travel Nurse 101
by Tribal Health | Aug 12, 2023
Brandy Pinkerton, RN, is a travel nurse and owner of Travel Nurse 101. She’s been a nurse for more than 18 years, with experience spanning neonatal and pediatric ICU, critical...
What does it take to keep nurses at the bedside?
by Tribal Health | Jul 31, 2023
Two years ago, the American Nurses Association asked the Department of Health and Human Services to declare the national nursing shortage as a national crisis. Has anything improved since then?...
Meet our July Nurse of the Month: Sarah Phipps
by Tribal Health | Jul 24, 2023
Today we’re talking to Sarah Phipps, a Rosebud Sioux Tribal member and a popular face in our Great Plains facilities! So Sarah, why did you become a nurse? My mom...