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

Navajo Area

Four Corners Regional Health Center (FCRHC)

The Four Corners Regional Health Center is located in the beautiful high-desert climate of the Four Corners area - where the four states of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah adjoin. The health center is part of the Shiprock Service Unit and opened in January 2007. FCRHC provides ambulatory care services including family medicine, internal medicine, mental health, physical therapy, optometry, dental, social services, pharmacy, x-ray, laboratory, public health nursing, diabetes education, health promotion/disease prevention.

The Four Corners Regional Health Center

The Health Center serves approximately 7,000 Native Americans, of which the majority are members of the Navajo Nation. Strong Navajo cultural traditions exist within the community, offering an opportunity to learn the Navajo language, or to learn about traditional Navajo medicine.

Recreation opportunities exist such as camping, fishing, hiking, biking, cross country skiing, and alpine skiing. Telluride, Durango, Moab, Canyonlands, Grand Gulch, the Colorado River, the San Juan River, several large lakes, and Colorado Wilderness areas are just short drives away.

Four Corners Regional Health Center
US Hwy 160 & Navajo Route 35
HCR 6100 Box 30
Teec Nos Pos, Arizona 86514
Phone: 928-656-5000
Fax: 928-656-5162