Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition

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Year Founded:
1986
Local Leader / Exec. Director:
Dr. Donna Polk
Main Address:
2240 Landon Court
Omaha, NE 68102

What We Do

Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition elevates the health status of Native Americans to the highest level. For over 30 year we have provided community health care and services targeting the urban American Indian and Alaska Native population in the greater Omaha metropolitan area, Lincoln-Lancaster metropolitan area, and Sioux City, Iowa.

We are state-recognized and our rehabilitative health care services are nationally accredited through the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Our diabetes self-management program is nationally accredited through the Diabetes Education Accreditation Program.

Some services and programs are offered to eligible Native patients only, but most primary care services are available to everyone regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, disability, religion, sexual orientation or inability to pay.

Interesting Info

Last year we served approximately 9,700 patients in our three locations - Omaha & Lincoln, Nebraska and Sioux City, Iowa.
Our focus is on healthcare, treatment, transportation, community programs, elders and youth.
We are the first federally qualified health center in our area to serve the Omaha Native American community.

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