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RED MESA REGIONAL HEALTH CENTER
The Red Mesa Health Center is a 10,967 gross square meter regional health center on approximately 31 hectares of land set-aside by the Bureau of Indian Affairs in concert with the Navajo Nation located at Red Mesa, Arizona. Included in this program and accomplished under a separate contract are 93 staff quarters. This health center will provide comprehensive educative, preventive, curative and rehabilitative health care service programs to meet the needs of the Red Mesa Service Area population under the Shiprock Service Unit. This facility will provide a full range of ambulatory care services, comprehensive community health service programs, sub-acute care nursing unit, radiology, a 24-hour emergency and urgent care unit, dental department and physical therapy. The facility is scheduled for completion in 2006 at a total project cost of $44,700,000.