HEALTH & WELLNESS PROGRAMS

The Wassaja Memorial Health Center staff is committed to the health and wellness of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation community. We offer a number of educational programs to help our community be more aware of their health, and encouraging them to enjoy healthier lifestyles.

Healthy Futures

This wellness program targets diabetes prevention, screening & fitness for a healthier community.

iCARE

A program providing caregiver
support and education.

Purchased Referred Care

American Indians who live on the Fort McDowell reservation and have no health insurance may be eligible for coverage of hospital services for life threatening emergencies and referred specialty care through the tribe’s Purchased Referred Care program.
Coverage under Purchased Referred Care, a resource of last resort, must meet specific criteria and be approved by the Purchased Referred Care committee at Wassaja Memorial Health Center. This program is limited by the funding available.

For eligibility requirements, please see the Purchased Referred Care brochure or call 480-789-7880.

Our Services

Learn more about our clinic & community health services

Meet Our Staff

Meet the Wassaja staff who provide our services

Useful Resources

Take better care of yourself, your family and community

CONTACT US

In emergency situations always call 9-1-1. For non-emergency situations you can reach the Wassaja Memorial Health Center at 480-789-7890.

CALL 9-1-1 IMMEDIATELY FOR:

For Life Threatening Emergencies &
Medical Attention

OTHER EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS

Poison Control Center: 602-253-3334
Behavioral Health Emergency (EMPACT): 480-461-8888

Disclaimer: The information on this website is a supportive service to Wassaja Memorial Health Center and is not meant to replace the advice of a physician who provides your health care. All medical information and advice on this website is considered incomplete without a physical exam and consultation with your doctor.