Community Relations

Welcome to the TCRHCC Community Relations—designed to give you immediate access to timely and relevant information about our corporation. You will find news, current TCRHCC press releases and a link to the 'Healthy Directions' newsletter.

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Tuba City Regional Health Care in the News

SEPTEMBER 30, 2020
Learning from Pandemic Responses Across Indian Country

We look at what’s worked to slow the spread of the coronavirus and mitigate its impacts in the  Navajo Nation and other American Indian communities — from communitywide testing “blitzes” and mobile health services to improvised shelters for quarantining and outreach to meet people’s basic needs. These examples offer lessons for the rest of the country as we respond to the health and social shocks of COVID-19 and point to policies that could strengthen American Indian and Alaska Native communities for the long run.
commonwealthfund.org / READ STORY

AUGUST 01, 2020
In Harm’s Way

Health care workers around the world are risking their lives — and those of their families — to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Since April, The Times has collected their reflections.
nytimes.com / READ STORY

APRIL 14, 2020
Canyon Diablo Distillery saves the day with production of hand sanitizer for Tuba City hospital

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation (TCRHCC) was down to its last six bottles of hand sanitizer when Canyon Diablo Spirits and Distillery, based in Flagstaff, arrived with 36 gallons of hand sanitizer for the hospital.
nhonews.com / READ STORY

JUNE 27, 2019
Navajo Cancer Center Will Cut Tribal Members' Travel Time

A hospital on the Navajo Nation has started offering cancer treatment to patients who previously had to travel long distances for care.
usnews.com / READ STORY

JUNE 27, 2019
Cancer Care on a Native American Reservation

For the first time, people living in the Navajo Nation who are diagnosed with cancer can get treated for the disease without leaving tribal lands.
cancertodaymag.org / READ STORY

FEBRUARY 28, 2018
Point of Pride: Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation

Rural ED physician uses his experience of working in Arizona to further the mission of  Doctors Without Borders.
www.azhha.org /  READ STORY

AUGUST 22, 2017
Education simulator obtained at Tuba City Regional Health Care

NHONEWS.COM. / READ STORY

JANUARY 10, 2017
Dr. Kenneth Moran honored for dedication

NHONEWS.COM. / READ STORY

MARCH 14, 2016
Hospital of the Week: Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation!

CHAMPSBREASTFEED.ORG / READ STORY

MAY 12, 2015
Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation earns Level III trauma care rating

NAVAJOHOPIOBSERVER.COM / READ STORY

Hospital on reservation desperate for doctors
12 News | azcentral.com / READ STORY

Tuba City hospital prepares for Affordable Healthcare Act
NAVAJOHOPIOBSERVER.COM / READ STORY

LeChee Pharmacy mail order service saving time on Reservation
NAVAJOHOPIOBSERVER.COM / READ STORY

Tuba City hospital brings health care to the people
NAVAJOTIMES.COM / READ STORY

Community celebrates grand opening of Tuba City Outpatient Primary Care Center
NAVAJOHOPIOBSERVER.COM / READ STORY

New TCRHCC Outpatient Primary Care Center grand opening
NAVAJOHOPIOBSERVER.COM / READ STORY

TCRHCC physical therapist honored by Air Force
NAVAJOHOPIOBSERVER.COM / READ STORY

Health care options expand in Flagstaff
NAVAJOTIMES.COM / READ STORY

New Hopes on Health Care for American Indians
NYTIMES.COM / READ STORY

Lessons at Indian Hospital About Births
NYTIMES.COM / READ STORY

Medicine men, MDs partner for native care
MSNBC.COM / READ STORY

Navajo surgeons speak at Tuba City Boarding School
NAVAJOHOPIOBSERVER.COM / READ STORY

Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation presents annual report
NAVAJOHOPIOBSERVER.COM / READ STORY

Title V status awarded to Title I contractors
NAVAJOHOPIOBSERVER.COM / READ STORY