Administration


Michael Jensen
Michael Jensen
CEO
Herb Clah Jr.
Herb Clah Jr.
HR Director
Byron  Clarke
Byron Clarke
COO
L. Val Jones
L. Val Jones
M.D. and CMO

Board Members


Wilfred Jones
Wilfred Jones
Board Member
Gordon Folgheraiter
Gordon Folgheraiter
Board Member
Jamie Harvey
Jamie Harvey
Board Member
Melinda Farley
Melinda Farley
Board Chair
Edward Tapaha
Edward Tapaha
Board Member
Lorissa Jackson
Lorissa Jackson
Board Member
Robert Whitehorse
Robert Whitehorse
Board Member
Gloria Begaye
Gloria Begaye
Board Member
Harriet Lansing
Harriet Lansing
Board Member
Cassandra Beletso
Cassandra Beletso
Board Member

Providers


Philip Smith
Philip Smith
M.D.
Emily Hunter
Emily Hunter
Clinical Pharmacist
Jesse Moses
Jesse Moses
P.A.-C.
Michele Lyman
Michele Lyman
P.A.-C.
Rick Hendy
Rick Hendy
Behavioral Health Director, LCSW
Tyler Gilson
Tyler Gilson
Pharmacist
Gene Key
Gene Key
M.D.
Joshua Nielson
Joshua Nielson
D.O.
Revina Talker
Revina Talker
P.A.
Russell Pincock
Russell Pincock
F.N.P.
Kimberly Fairley
Kimberly Fairley
M.D.
Dr. William Cuskelly, MD
Dr. William Cuskelly, MD
M.D.
Brian Gilson
Brian Gilson
Pharmacist
L. Val Jones
L. Val Jones
M.D.
Kori Keylon
Kori Keylon
P.A.
Brian Olsen
Brian Olsen
Dental Director
Casey McCullough
Casey McCullough
M.D.
Jason Duterte
Jason Duterte
F.N.P.
Joseph Walker
Joseph Walker
P.A.-C
Dar Quealy
Dar Quealy
P.A.-C
Amber Rasmussen
Amber Rasmussen
P.A.-C.

Our History


Utah Navajo Health System, Inc., started in 2000 as a single service corporation providing medical and dental care needs for rural communities in southeastern Utah. In September 1999, the Navajo Utah Commission recommended that the local community manage the health care services in the area. Supporting Resolutions were received from the Navajo Utah Commission, the Navajo Division of Health, the Navajo Area Indian Health Service, Utah Navajo Trust Fund, Dineh Committee, Navajo Nation Council Delegates, the San Juan County Commission, and the Navajo Nation President and Vice-President's office. Resolutions were also received by all three local Navajo Chapters; Aneth, Oljato, and Navajo Mountain.

UNHS is a 501(c)(3) private not-for-profit corporation registered in the state of Utah that functions under the direction of a 100 percent Navajo Board of Directors. Given the rural location and the medically underserved population we serve, UNHS is proud to be a federally designated 330(e) Community Health Center system.

Financial viability and operating efficiency are achieved by our state-of-the art electronic medical records system, our dedicated billing staff, providers, and supporting staff. Our duty of fiscal responsibility to the community obligates us to aggressively pursue all private and governmental grant funding. A full 25% of our funding comes from grants. By procuring funds that would otherwise go elsewhere, we are able to expand services while supporting the local economy and creating jobs. We receive no county or state tax funding.

Though we are not part of the IHS (Indian Health Services), we maintain a working relationship with the IHS via a contract created under P.L. 93-638, Title V. Utah Navajo Health System has also received the support of The Utah Navajo Trust Fund (UNTF). The trust fund was created under Utah Code, Title 63, Chapter 88 to account for various revenues received by the State, which represents a portion of the oil royalties from the Aneth Extension of the Navajo Indian Reservation. Both entities have helped make quality health care a reality for the residents of the northern strip of the Navajo Nation and southeastern Utah.

Our Services


UNHS SERVICES PROVIDED

  • Primary Care
  • Podiatry
  • Optometry
  • Dental Care
  • Pharmacy
  • Pediatrics
  • Behavioral Health
  • Physical Therapy
  • Chiropractic
  • Walk-In Care
  • Radiology
  • Mammography
  • Veterans Care

Utah Navajo Health System Inc. collaborates with the following organizations to offer you the care you need.

  • The University of Utah- Specialty Services including Cardiology and various telehealth programs
  • Ambulance Services -- UNHS Emergency Medical Services and Navajo Nation EMS
  • San Juan Counseling – Counseling services for families and individuals
  • Utah Medicare Non-Emergency Transport
  • Blue Mountain and Shiprock Hospitals – Provide a wide array of services
  • VNA Home Health – Provides home-care services
  • Women, Infants & Children (WIC) – Early childhood development, healthy weight & iron levels, and nutrition.

Where Are Our Patients From?


Click to see a map of who we served last year