Within the Native American culture, the Hawk is known as the protector and visionary and with prominent ability to serve as a messenger. More importantly, the Hawk denotes the union with ‘all that is’….
– Ina Woolcott
In this accord, Gila River Health Care is proud to share a message about our newest endeavor, the South East Ambulatory Care Center (SEACC). The tools of self-governance and collaboration have heightened the capabilities and reach of the Gila River Health Care system, and as we embark on the journey, we invite you to share our recruiting efforts for the new SEACC.
The South East Ambulatory Care Center will serve as the premier Native American healthcare system in the Central Arizona region, and when opened, will establish GRHC as the health care provider of choice for the heavily Native American-populated southeast area of metropolitan Phoenix.
As a key player in the area of identifying Native Americans and those who are called and are passionate about serving Native Americans, we look forward to working with you on our recruitment strategy, as this showcase event will bring together a multitude of centers of influence. The event will take place on
April 28, 2016
5:00 to 8:00 pm
at the Huhugam Heritage Center
4759 North Maricopa Road, Chandler, AZ 85226
Please send us the favor of knowing if you will be able to attend and if there are others for which this invitation should be extended. We would be extremely grateful.
GRHC Human Resources at: (520) 562-3321 ext. 1321 or Rtorres1@grhc.org
In principled-alignment with the efforts and difficult path of our forefathers to establish a health care organization to take care of its people, Gila River Health Care has embarked on smart growth and prides itself in being a key player in the delivery of regional Native American health care.
In the midst of growth, join Gila River Health Care as we thrive in a new age of accountable, self-governed patient care. The SEACC, while currently under construction, will be a premiere integrated health care system and represents employment opportunities for those who wish to be part of a team providing culturally-competent, compassionate care.
Opening: Early 2018
Total Square Footage: 140,000
Location: South Chandler (Gila River Indian Community: N/W corner of Price and Queen Creek)
Identified services are below, and there will be no new lines of business:
- Dental Care
- Eye Care
- Primary Care
- Diagnostic Imaging
- Social Services
- Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program
- Community Health representative
- Diabetes Prevention Education
- Emergency Medical Services
- Patient Transportation
- Women Children Nutritional Program
- Wellness Center
- Physical Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Behavior Health
- Public Health Nursing
- Health Education