Welcome to the Navajo Area of the Indian Health Service
As one of the largest Indian reservations in the United States, the Navajo Nation consists of more than 25,000 contiguous square miles and three satellite communities, extending into portions of the states of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah.
The Navajo Area Indian Health Service (NAIHS) delivers health care services to a population of more than 244,000 American Indians. While the Navajo Area of IHS is primarily responsible for the delivery of health care to members of the Navajo Nation and Southern Band of San Juan Paiutes, they also serve members of the Zuni and Hopi Tribes.
NAIHS ensures access to quality and culturally acceptable health care through inpatient and outpatient care and community health programs centered around six hospitals, eight health centers and a number of health stations. The Area also provides health care through an Urban Indian Program and five Tribal health care corporations.
View the Navajo Area Brochure Here