Indian Creek Health Clinic
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At the request of the Native Community of Tyonek, SCF assumed management of the Indian Creek Health Clinic. As a designated Federally Qualified Health Center, designated in 2016, this clinic provides medical services to Alaska Native, American Indian, and non-Native people in Tyonek and surrounding areas, such as Beluga and Shirleyville. The Indian Creek Community Health Center offers high-quality services, family wellness, and shared responsibility for everyone (regardless of IHS status) at any stage of life. Services are available to all members of these communities on a sliding fee scale depending upon both household income and size. The Indian Creek Community Health Center team will work in partnership with you — and in partnership with each other — to ensure you receive the tools, support, and resources you need to make health related decisions, and that all your health needs are addressed.
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