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Indian Health Service The Federal Health Program for American Indians and Alaska Natives

Aberdeen Area

Winnebago Service Unit

Winnebago Hospital Winnebago Hospital
PHS Indian Hospital
P.O. Box H
Winnebago, Nebraska 68071
Phone (402) 878-2231
Winnebago SU Website

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The four-physician, 13 bed hospital located in Winnebago, Nebraska, supplies basic health care to members of the Winnebago and Omaha Tribes, and to a significant number of Indians living in the Sioux City area. The facility maintains a drug and alcohol dependency unit of 16 beds. The hospital provides Level Three emergency room services. The outpatient services include dental and specialty clinics. The University of Nebraska has an OB/GYN clinic in Winnebago, and Marion Health Center in Sioux City has a direct-link computerized EKG interpretation. The Winnebago Diabetes Project is one of two within the Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service. Its two main objectives are to improve the quality of patient care and to reduce the number of diabetic complications. The Winnebago facility also shares some health services with the nearby Omaha Tribal Reservation.

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