WESTSIDE HEALTH CENTER
The Tohono O'odham Nation recently celebrated the grand opening of the Westside Health Clinic in San Simon which has now been officially named "The San Simon Health Clinic".
The ceremony was attended by many dignitaries from the Nation and entertainment was provided by ceremonial dancers and musicians from the Gu Vo, Hickiwan, Pisinemo and San Lucy Districts.
NATIONAL INDIAN MONUMENT & INSTITUTE (NIMI)
An exciting venture outside of the healthcare marketplace is a Cultural Center / Museum located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The National Indian Monument & Institute is planning an Indian Cultural Center to celebrate the rich heritage of American Indian Tribes, especially the 39 Tribes located in Oklahoma. Their goals are to build a center that will provide a focal point for continuation of languages and cultures of American Indians, a performing arts venue, dance competitions, arts exhibitions, fairs, classrooms, restaurant, as well as Radio / TV studios.
JSRa is completing the Concept Design Phase and will soon initiate Schematic Design on this wonderful forested site overlooking the Arkansas River and the city of Tulsa.
SOUTHWEST AMBULATORY CARE CENTER (SWACC)
Gila River Health Care Corporation
THE SWACC IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION!
The Ambulatory Care Center that will serve District 6 and 7 of the Gila River Indian Community. The 75,000 SF facilities will provide a complete array of Primary Care, Ancillary, Behavioral, Public Health, Administrative and Facility Support Services.
The Health Facility will serve the Maricopa and Pima residents of the Gila River Indian Community. The facility design will incorporate important cultural elements into the fabric of the facility, providing a Healing Environment for both the patients and staff.
The project is scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2008.