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Program: Oyate Health Center

Agency: INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE



Alternate name: Formerly known as Sioux San Indian Health Service; Rapid City Service Unit; Oyate Health Center

Description
Oyate Health Center provides:
  • Primary medical care
  • Outpatient clinic
  • Urgent care
Additional outpatient services that are provided on site include:
  • Optometry
  • Pharmacy
    • Prescription Drug Take Back Site, blue drop-box in pharmacy
  • Laboratory
  • Radiology
  • Dental
  • Physical therapy
  • Podiatry
  • Social services
Oyate Health Center has 2 sweat lodges that are by sign in only. Call for details.

Oyate Health Center provides direct health services to Native Americans and also provide contract health care services and referrals to those that are eligible within IHS requirements. This means that if a patient is enrolled in a federally recognized tribe or can prove lineage of descent of an enrolled tribal member; the patient may receive direct care services at Oyate Health Center.

Prescription Assistance - Any Native American enrolled in a federally recognized tribe can receive prescription expense assistance at any I.H.S. facility.


Program Phones:
(605) 355-2500Main PhoneMain Line
(605) 355-2308Alternate PhoneUrgent Care
(605) 719-4003alternate lineDental
(605) 719-4004alternate linePharmacy
Senior Administrator
Joe Amiotte
Health Systems Administrator (CEO)
joseph.amiotte@ihs.gov

Website: www.ihs.gov

Program Information
Oyate Health Center  
Location: 3200 Canyon Lake Drive

Rapid City, SD 57702
(Map)


Program Hours:
Outpatient Clinic Hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm (MT), Monday - Friday
Urgent care: 24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Pediatric after hours urgent care appointments available
Disabilities Access: Accessible parking, route, entrance, and restroom.
Mailing Address: 3200 Canyon Lake Drive, Rapid City, SD 57702
Service Area:

Program Delivery
Eligibility: American Indian & Alaskan Natives who are enrolled in a federally recognized tribe;
Will treat non Native Americans if emergency. Adults Teens Children Families Females Males
Application Process: Call for information
Program Fees: None
Documents Required: Call for information
Service Area: South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Nebraska, Minnesota, Iowa, and Wyoming Tribes


Categorized as:
General Laboratory Tests
Prescription Expense Assistance
Hospitals
Community Clinics
Urgent Care Centers
Physical Therapy
Audiological Evaluations
Native American Traditional Healing
Diabetes Management Clinics
Flu Vaccines/Shots
Dental Care
Family Medicine


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Last Verified On: 1/28/2019
 





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