To provide quality outreach health care services and health promotion/disease prevention services to Ohkay Owingeh Community Members through well trained CHRs. :


CHRs conduct home visits to Monitor the health of patients and clients and maintain records and data for reporting. During home visits, CHRs briefly assess, evaluate and identify health needs and Refer to proper service provider.

Home visits consists of :

  • Blood Pressure checks
  • Blood Sugar checks / A1C check and cholesterol checks (as requested)
  • Foot checks
  • Weight checks
  • Medication checks
  • Assist with appointment scheduling
  • Fall / Fire Injury prevention inspection


Any tribal members who are in need of a flu shot please call our office at (505)852-2354. CHR will transport any tribal members to the Santa Clara Health Center for their flu shot.......Read More




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1:00 PM


Medical/health que. :

Nutrition :

Diabetes :

Health : Indian Health Service :


Transportation is available for enrolled tribal members without other means of transport, to/from an Indian Health Service (IHS) or tribal hospital/clinic when necessary for routine, non-emergency problems, which includes waiting for a patient to finish treatment.Transportation to specialty clinics is available with a referral from an IHS or tribal clinic provider.

To better serve our patients and organize services, please follow the following policies:

CHR will not transport the following :

  • Patients who require ambulance services
  • Patients who are intoxicated or under the influence
  • Patients leaving a medical facility against medical advice

Transportation is available for :

  • Eligible tribal members must live within a 15-mile radius of the Ohkay Owingeh Land Grant
  • Call to schedule local transportation (Santa Clara, Espanola, Los Alamos, and Espanola) at least 2 business daysin advance
  • Schedule your appointments so it allows for enough time to transport you to and from the appointment. Keep in mind our business hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Because it is an all-day trip, transportation to Albuquerque needs to be scheduled 7 days in advance
  • Minor patients must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
  • Small children or infants need to be transported in a car seat.


Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: Transport to appointments

Medication pick-up: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday

Wednesday - No transports or medication pickup

To better serve our patients and organize services, please observe the following policies :


  • Discarding Medications– Because of the concern of misuse of prescription medications, the CHRs will properly discard of your medications for you. Please contact the CHR program and we can pick them up from your residence.
  • Health Education/Counseling – Providing individuals, families and communities with the appropriate information to practice a healthy lifestyle.
  • Case Find/Screen – Carrying out efforts for the early detection of patients with diseases or conditions requiring medical attention (e.g., hypertension, TB, pregnancy, etc. 1. This may be done by investigation in the community or with screening tests.
  • Case Management/Coordinate – Developing a patient care plan in conjunction with a community health nurse or physician, deciding upon the various responsibilities for the people involved in the patient’s care. Serve as a patient advocate by arranging appointments, filing complaints, helping the patient obtain services and coordinates with various service providers to ensure continuity of care. Case management conferences and discharge planning are also included.We follow up with patients after hospital discharge by providing medical equipment, medications, and wound care, as needed.
  • Monitor Client/Community – Monitoring Patientsincludes making periodic personal contact with a patient with a known health problem or is high risk for illness or disablement, by telephone or at home, to see if he/she is feeling well, has enough food and/or medicine, has unmet home health care needs, has adequate heating, etc., with immediate action taken to provide care for patient needs detected through monitoring.
  • Non-Emergency Care - Taking of vital signs or providing other clinical services, such as foot care, to persons with a diagnosed illness. Also included, are services such as: counseling for social, emotional, mental or other related problems. When appropriate, provides for traditional tribal services for the sick, and other services requiring individual assessment, therapeutic and/or follow-up. Home health care and maintenance of patient equipment such as: crutches, wheelchairs, eyeglasses and hearing aids are included. The services in this category are provided to patients with diagnosed illnesses.
  • Emergency Care Case Management/Coordination – Providing Emergency Patient Care is giving care to a sick or injured person while arranging or waiting for transportation to a hospital or clinic, contracting an ambulance or hospital driver, transporting a seriously ill patient to medical care or performing crisis intervention with an emotionally upset or suicide patient.
  • Disease Prevention –Sponsors mini health fair for Summer Youth Program Participants with discussions about STD’s, nutrition, exercise, family planning, substance abuse, diabetes prevention, and checks blood pressure.
  • Translation/Interpretation –Another important service we offer is making sure our clients understand their doctor’s directive for their health care and well-being. With some of our elderly patients we are required to translate English to Tewa to help the patient understand the doctor’s instructions.
  • Homemaker Services –Assisting the disabled, homebound, or bedridden with household chores, preparing food and feeding incapacitated patients, or assisting with personal care such as bathing or hair washing.
  • Environmental Health –Inspecting the community’s environment in one or more of the following: water/waste-water management; vector control; air quality; solid waste; and, food handling.


PAMELA PACHECO Program Manager

(505) 927-9207

(505) 927-8196

(505) 927-4983
Business Hours

Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Phone Number

(505) 852-2354
(505) 852-3032 (fax)

Mailing Address

PO Box 1531
Ohkay Owingeh, NM 87566


223 North Cross Place
OhkayOwingeh, NM 87566
Phone (505) 852-4475
Fax (505) 852-4350


Monday—Thursday 8:00 am—8:00pm
Fridays 8:00 -6:00&
Saturdays: 8:00 am-12:00 pm