August 12, 2022


TUBA CITY, Ariz –Starting Monday August 15, we will have changes in our Main Campus traffic flow. Main Campus traffic will resume back to ONE-WAY traffic flow.


Construction Updates

June 29, 2022


TUBA CITY, Ariz –Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation (TCRHCC) Facilities Management will temporarily close part of the road on Elm Avenue near the Emergency Department Expansion construction site from July 11 through July 22.

The closure is scheduled for Utilities trench work for the Emergency Department Expansion Project. A detour will be setup through the TCRHCC Employee Housing during the closure.

For all emergency services, enter at the south entrance of the main hospital. Parking is available east of the three-story Outpatient Primary Care Center, and south of the Hospital Administration building.

March 25, 2022

Tuba City Hospital to expand Emergency Department

TUBA CITY, Ariz –Due to increasing needs and growth, the Tuba City Regional Health Care Corp. (TCRHCC) Emergency Department will begin construction on March 28 to increase the emergency room by 6,000 square feet and adding 10 beds.

This first phase of the emergency room expansion will begin on Monday, March 28 with construction scheduled for completion in February 2023. As part of the ER expansion, 10 beds/bay will be added, including additional space for storage, and workstations with new equipment and monitoring systems. The expansion will add 6,000 square feet to the hospital.

“Construction fencing will be up and that it may be a change for some of our patients and those in the community. We want to assure the public that the emergency room is open during construction.” said Sarah L. White, TCRHCC Interim Director of Emergency Services. “The ER expansion will give us more space to provide high quality compassionate care within our Navajo Nation Community.”

Contractors will close off access to parking lot X by installing fencing on the north side of the TCRHCC campus. The area will be closed off to guests and patients accessing the north ER entrance parking lot. The north ER parking will be removed and moved to the west main entrance area, located between the three-story Outpatient Primary Care Center and Hospital.

There will be no changes to the ambulance entering and accessing the north ER entrance.

The construction project will optimize our existing emergency department space to meet the community’s current and future needs as the hospital continues to provide quality care, improve capacity and patient flow.

Since 2014, TCRHCC has held the Level III Trauma Center health care status. TCRHCC is the only Navajo health care provider that is verified as a Level III Trauma Center by the Verification Review Committee (VRC), an ad hoc committee of the Committee on Trauma (COT) of the American College of Surgeons (ACS).

The distinction enables the hospital to see and take care of more critically injured patients. The only other Native American Level III trauma center is in Anchorage, Alaska.

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