Ronan Health Center completes phase one
News from Tribal Health
RONAN — The new Ronan Health Center facility is opening after completion of phase one of development that includes the current footprint of 12,000 square feet at a cost of $6.8 million. Upon opening, the Ronan Health Center will provide medical services that focus on family and pediatric care, behavioral health, WIC, health care resources, and another pharmacy location.
In phase two, expected for completion in the coming year 2024, an additional 6,000 square feet will be added to the original build with an increased budget of $2.5 million. Once completed, the further expansion will provide a fitness center, physical therapy, and a pharmacy drive through addition.
As of May 4, the Ronan Health Center will be operating in a limited capacity as final processes, systems and equipment continue to be put into place and upon a final review by the Veteran’s Affairs Administration regarding pharmacy services. The Ronan Health Center expects to be at full operating capacity by midsummer.
Tribal Health of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes provides comprehensive health care services to patients including audiology/speech; behavioral health; dental; fitness centers; health and wellness programs; medical; eye and vision care; pharmacy; physical therapy; public health; and radiology services across a rich 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 patient’s journey of Being in a Good Way.