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News from CSKT Tribal Health

ST. IGNATIUS — Catherine Baylor is the newly hired Tribal Veteran Healthcare Representative for Tribal Health of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.

Baylor has completed training as a Tribal Veteran Healthcare Representative, holds a Bachelor’s degree in business administration with a minor in marketing, and served eight years in the Army National Guard. She also currently serves as a member of the Mission Valley Honor Guard in the community.

“My background in the armed services gives me a personal understanding of the various VA programs and services available to eligible veterans,” Baylor said. “I am excited to meet face to face with all my fellow veterans and help them navigate healthcare resources.”

To set up a meeting with the Tribal Veteran Healthcare Representative Office, please contact Catherine Baylor at 406-745-3525, ext. 5059, or via email

The Tribal Veteran Healthcare Representative Office is located in the St. Ignatius Health Center, with office hours held Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., though meetings can be scheduled at any of the Tribal Health Centers to accommodate veterans’ needs.

In addition to providing Veterans assistance, Tribal Health of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes provides comprehensive health care services to recipients including audiology/speech; behavioral health; community health; dental; medical; optical; pharmacy; physical therapy; wellness and X-ray across a broad network on the Flathead Indian Reservation. Tribal Health is dedicated to a promise that every Tribal Health recipient receives high-quality health care grounded in tribal values— supporting each recipient’s journey of “Being in a Good Way.”

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