In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, The Kickapoo Tribal Health Center wants to ensure that we can meet our patients’ needs while continuing the CDC recommendation of social distancing. We …
Welcome to Kickapoo Tribal Health Center
Kickapoo Tribal Health Center (KTHC) has been open since January of 1998. The Kickapoo Tribal Health Center is an ambulatory care facility compact from the Indian Health Service. The ambulatory clinic provides a variety of services including, medical, dental, pharmacy, optometry, lab, x-ray, health education, fitness instruction, nutrition, counseling, contract health, elder care, community health, and behavioral health. In most cases, CDIB (Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood) is required, please call us for more information.
To provide access to quality healthcare to the Native Americans living in our tribal community. In partnership we will help each person achieve their best physical, mental, social and spiritual health, thereby increasing longevity and wellness.
Kickapoo Tribe Health Center (KTHC) strives to anticipate and respond to the medical needs of their patients by providing excellent clinical care facilities, and staff. KTHC is recognized for their commitment to enhancing the health of the native community by providing superior services to our patients, delivering outstanding value as well as supporting a knowledgeable, skilled and caring medical and employee staff.
The Kickapoo Serving Territory Map can be viewed by clicking here.
Douglas Field Office
1645 N. H Ave.
Douglas, AZ 85607
Eagle Pass Field Office
2230 Veterans Blvd. Suite 260
Eagle Pass, TX 78852
Other Kickapoo Tribal Health Locations:
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