Ya'at'eeh, Welcome to UNHS
The Utah Navajo Health System (UNHS) service area is located in the southern portion of San Juan County and includes the Utah Strip of the Navajo Nation. The majority of patients (79%) who access medical, dental, and behavioral health services at the four UNHS health centers are American Indian/Alaska Native.
The entire UNHS service area is a federally designated frontier area. In the target population 49% has no running water, electricity, telephone or central source of heat; 43% of the target population is unemployed with an average per capita income of $13,247.00, less than 1/2 of the state and national per capita incomes; 78% of the population is below 200% FPL.
As a not-for-profit Community Health Center, we provide medical, dental and behavioral health care in neighborhoods throughout the northern portion of the Navajo Nation and southeastern Utah. We provide primary health care to men, women, and children, regardless of citizenship status, nationality or ability to pay.
We exist to improve quality of life through comprehensive, self-empowered, culturally-sensitive healthcare and amazing customer service.
UNHS will develop and expand health care services and community partnerships while improving economic opportunities for all communities.
UNHS is customer focused, responsive, respectful, honest and committed to excellence through teamwork in delivering healthcare.
To learn more about the Utah Navajo Health System, Inc., visit the About Us page at www.unhsinc.org
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We Are Navajo supports Dine Equality's mission. They envision the Navajo Nation as a safe, supportive & inclusive home for our gay, lesbian, bisexual, two-spirit & transgender family members. Their mission is to advocate & secure equal rights & protections for the Diné (Navajo) LGBTQ community & their families. Learn More
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