Chippewa Cree Tribe to open new health clinic
The Chippewa Cree Tribe of Montana is opening a new health clinic today.

The 56,000 square-foot Na-Toose Healing Center is more than double the size of the tribe's old facility. The two-story clinic will have more exam rooms, optometry and dental facilities and new equipment.

The tribe started the facility with $2 million of its own money. The tribe obtained other grants and a Department of Agriculture loan. The Indian Health Service will provide some funds.

The clinic is named after a late Chippewa Cree medicine man.

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