Emergency expertise. Culturally informed patient experiences.
Emergency medicine is the crux of Tribal healthcare, demanding modern frameworks, advanced medical expertise, and clinical versatility. Our Board-Certified or Eligible providers and medical directors understand the unique needs of Indigenous communities – and the challenges of Indian Health Service and Tribal 638 healthcare facilities.
In addition to optimizing staff and workflows, our healthcare professionals are trained in community values and the nuances of Tribal care delivery. We combine world-class emergency medicine with a culture-centric patient experience.
We manage and improve the entire care delivery process. In one emergency department, we lowered the average Door-to-Provider Time from 184 minutes to 18-22 minutes – an improvement of nearly 750%. Length of stay decreased from 532 minutes to 108 minutes and patient volumes rose 18%. We elevate process performance and quality of care in every engagement.
Our Medical Directors, Chief Medical Officer, and Chief Nursing Officer oversee quality initiatives, patient care, structured chart review and more, providing 24/7 support. Their oversight helps solve care challenges and helps hospitals achieve Joint Commission accreditation and CMS certification – vital in remote reservations, where patients may not survive transport to far-away hospitals.
We provide qualified healthcare professionals in emergency medicine, surgery, primary care, family practice, pediatrics, pharmacy, dentistry, advanced practice, nursing, and many other disciplines. Our healthcare professionals have current ACLS, ATLS, BLS, or PALS certifications and active unrestricted licensure from any U.S. state or jurisdiction. Our physicians are Board-Certified or Eligible through the American Board of Medical Specialties or the American Osteopathic Association; Advanced Practice Providers are boarded through accredited certification programs. Background checks and NPDB queries are conducted on all healthcare professionals as part of our primary source verification.
Hours of Emergency Physician Coverage
Hours of Staffing Coverage in Emergency Departments