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Articles with the Tag: Tribal Health

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...

CSKT veterans program announces new vehicle, staff

News from CSKT Tribal Health Veterans Affairs  ST. IGNATIUS – The CSKT Tribal Health Veterans Affairs program received a 2019 Ford Explorer as part of a grant through the Wounded Warriors Family Support organization in early March. The Wounded Warriors Family Support organization is an ind...

Women 4 Wellness health fair improves, saves lives Women 4 Wellness health fair improves, saves lives

PABLO – Diana Cote looked out at the women and a few men exploring the booths of almost 100 vendors on Thursday during the 11th annual Women for Wellness health fair held at the Salish Kootenai College gym. “It’s good when women get together,” she said. “It’s really goo...

Community bike ride encourages outdoor activity Community bike ride encourages outdoor activity

RONAN – Rainy weather and a few muddy puddles couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm of more than 40 cyclists who attended a family-friendly bike ride around Ronan on Saturday during the Mission Mountain Family Pedal to Plate. “It was really wonderful to see people out biking in our community,&r...

Tribal Health welcomes new medical director Tribal Health welcomes new medical director

News from CSKT Tribal Health Department ST. IGNATIUS – Tribal Health announces Bernadette Corum, MD, as the new medical director.   Corum’s main duties include seeing patients, all ages, from newborns to elders.  Additionally, Corum performs some critical administrative duties, ...

Kids rewarded with movie passes for good dental habits Kids rewarded with movie passes for good dental habits

POLSON – Going to the dentist for regular exams and cleanings might not be the most exciting or fun thing to do as a kid. For the last eight years, the staff at the Polson Tribal Dental Clinic have been making visits as fun as possible with the No Cavity Club. The Showboat Cinemas and its owners, Ga...

Local organizations sponsor training against sex trafficking

PABLO – Local law enforcement professionals and members of the public learned how to prevent and investigate instances of sex trafficking at a training sponsored by Salish Kootenai College and the Lake County Sheriff’s Office. The Feb. 11 event featured five hours of training exclusively for l...

Tribal Health shares influenza information

FLATHEAD INDIAN RESERVATION — Influenza (flu) is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. It can cause mild to severe illness. Serious outcomes of flu infection can result in hospitalization or death. Some people, such as older people, young children, and people with certain health...


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