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The Salt River Clinic is now open at its new location! We have relocated clinic services to Building 61 on the Salt River Tribal Government Campus (see mapExit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving The address is 10005 East Osborn Road, Scottsdale, Arizona 85256. Patients may call the Salt River main line at 480-946-9066 to schedule appointments with their providers at the new site. Pharmacy services will be fully operational on October 13. Until then, you can continue to retrieve your prescriptions from PIMC or Salt River pharmacy between 8:00 A.M. and 4:30 P.M.

Check for more updates on the PIMC Facebook page: Disclaimer: You Are Leaving

Thank you for your patience, we’re happy to welcome you to the new clinic site!

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Phoenix Area Map
Phoenix Area Map

The Phoenix Area Indian Health Service (PAIHS) Office in Phoenix, Arizona, oversees the delivery of health care to Native American users in the tri-state area of Arizona, Nevada and Utah.

We are the Phoenix Area Indian Health Service. We provide health care and community health services to approximately 140,000 American Indians/Alaska Natives in the tri-state area of Arizona, Nevada, and Utah. Through ten Service Units including two Youth Regional Treatment Centers and a network of heath care facilities, we are a health care partner to over forty tribes.

Our Area Office is based in Phoenix, Arizona, where 197 administrative and technical staff contribute to the success of our mission to raise the physical, mental, social, and spiritual health of American Indians and Alaska Natives to the highest level. Our Service Units employ over 2,400 staff. Our system of care includes IHS- and tribally-operated health care facilities that serve tribal communities as well as three Urban Indian health programs. These services are comprehensive and range from primary care (inpatient and outpatient) to tertiary care and specialty services. In addition, dental services, behavioral health, public health nursing, health education, and environmental health services are provided.

Our largest health care facility is the Phoenix Indian Medical Center (PIMC), located near downtown Phoenix. This Joint Commission accredited 127-bed hospital employs nearly 1,200 people to provide a comprehensive range of specialty services to both urban and rural tribal members. In addition, PIMC professional staff travels throughout the states in the Phoenix Area region, providing direct services and consultation and guidance to other IHS hospitals and health centers.