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Articles with the Tag: Tribal Health

Gianforte works to remove health data barrier for Native Americans

News from the Office of Greg Gianforte WASHINGTON – Congressman Greg Gianforte (R-Mont.) led a bipartisan effort to eliminate barriers to health data for Native Americans last week. Gianforte’s bill reaffirms that tribal public health authorities are entitled access to public health data....

Tribal council, county commission discuss COVID-19

FLATHEAD RESERVATION – Local officials discussed the COVID-19 virus on the Flathead Reservation during a July 13 Zoom call that included the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ tribal council, a variety of public health employees, Lake County commissioners and the county attorney, along with...

Four new cases of COVID-19 found on Flathead Reservation Four new cases of COVID-19 found on Flathead Reservation

News from UCC  FLATHEAD RESERVATION – Lake County- CSKT Unified Command Center reported that Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Health officials confirmed Friday that three previously presumptive positive COVID-19 cases are positive. On top of the initial three, confirmation came from th...

Community asked to continue cautionary behavior to prevent COVID-19 spread

LAKE COUNTY – The Lake County COVID-19 Health Task Force would like to thank the residents of Lake County for your continued support. Our heartfelt thanks from the task force, which includes Lake County Public Health; Polson Health and Rehabilitation; Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Health; Kal...

CSKT council takes COVID-19 prevention measures

News from CSKT  FLATHEAD INDIAN RESERVATION — During a special meeting on March 15, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council took action to protect people against COVID 19 after receiving extensive consultation from various officials, including Tribal Health, Lake County, CSKT Law ...

Dr. Collier departing Tribal Health

News from Tribal Health   ST. IGNATIUS — Tribal Health announces that Dr. Christopher Collier, MD, has departed from healthcare practice from Tribal Health on Nov. 15.   “Due to personal reasons, Dr. Collier has left service at Tribal Health,” said Bernadette Corum, Tribal ...

Tribal Health Pharmacy welcomes Jessi Cahoon Tribal Health Pharmacy welcomes Jessi Cahoon

News from Tribal Health  ST. IGNATIUS — Tribal Health announces Jessi Cahoon is the new pharmacy division director.   Cahoon is a board-certified pharmacist and an enrolled member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. She completed her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the Univer...

Tribal Health to offer training for opioid overdoses

News from CSKT ST. IGNATIUS  — Tribal Health will begin training interested members of the community in how to administer Naloxone, a lifesaving drug during episodes of opioid overdoses. Tribal Health physical therapists Aaron Sparks and Jason Krumbeck are now certified as master trainers ...

Flu clinic, health fair offered

News from CSKT Tribal Health PABLO — Tribal Health announces a mass flu clinic and health fair for the community on Oct. 23.   Those who are eligible for the free, all-ages clinic include: Tribal Health recipients Non-tribal members who reside in the same households as Tribal Health ...

Tribal Health announces new sanitarian/safety officer

ST. IGNATIUS — Tribal Health announces that Brian Crawford has been hired as the new sanitarian/safety officer. In this position Crawford will be tasked with using his experience and education to provide a healthy and safe work environment for the community and for Tribal Health employees. &ldquo...


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