IHS starts work on Navajo Nation hospital complex
The Indian Health Service broke ground on a $150 million hospital complex on the Navajo Nation.

The 10-bed Kayenta Health Center in Kayenta, Arizona, will provide short-stay medical treatments, some out-patient surgery options, CAT scans and a drive-through pharmacy. It replaces three smaller clinics in the area.

The project includes 129 housing units that will be built for housing staff. Construction is expected to be completed in 2012.

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IHS breaks ground on Kayenta hospital (The Farmington Daily Times 9/4)

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