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2004 Press Releases

Dec 1, 2004

Indian Health Service Dedicates Addition to Gallup Indian Medical Center

Nov 30, 2004

Indian Health Service and Jicarilla Apache Nation Dedicate New Health Center

Nov 18, 2004

Indian Health Service Selects New Oklahoma City Area Director

Nov 18, 2004

IHS Distributes $23.7 Million to Address Diabetes Prevention and Complications among American Indians and Alaska Natives

Oct 13, 2004

CMS, IHS Announce Special Medicare Drug Card for American Indians, Alaska Natives

Aug 23, 2004

Indian Health Service Sponsors American Indian and Alaska Native Health Summit

Aug 20, 2004

Indian Health Service Headquarters Begins Reorganization

Jul 12, 2004

HHS Announces $700,000 for Tribal Self-Governance Cooperative Agreements

Jun 30, 2004

IHS Targets $24.7 Million to Address Diabetes Prevention/Complications among American Indians and Alaska Natives

May 14, 2004

Tucson Area Indian Health Service and Tohono O'odham Nation to Hold Groundbreaking Ceremony for New Westside Helth Center

May 14, 2004

Department of Health and Human Services and Otoe Missouria Tribe Dedicate a New Wellness Center

May 6, 2004

IHS Receives First SIDS Risk Reduction Resource Kit From the CJ Foundation

Apr 8, 2004

HHS and Tribes Dedicate New Hospital in Winnebago, Nebraska

Mar 29, 2004

HHS and Tribes Dedicate New Health Center in Pawnee, OK

Mar 4, 2004

IHS Achieves High Rating in Annual HHS Performance Review

Feb 2, 2004

President Proposes 1.6% Increase for FY 2005 IHS Budget

Feb 2, 2004

President Signs FY 2004 Budget: 2.5% Increase for IHS

Jan 12, 2004

HHS/IHS/ANA Awards $1 Million in Grants for Indian Children and Youth Programs