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Number of positive test results identified for patients/residents of the Santo Domingo Pueblo.


Number of positive tested at the Santo Domingo Health Center (SDHC)

Updated: April 8, 2020-8:35am


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Santo Domingo Pueblo
COVID-19 Update and Public Notice
Kewa Pueblo Health Corporation (KPHC)
Positive COVID-19 Case Result

March 31, 2020 – In collaboration with the Office of the Governor of the Santo Domingo Pueblo and as part of comprehensive effort to ensure community members are informed of any critical developments relating to the local COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation, the purpose of this update and notice is to advise the community that a positive COVID-19 test result for a patient living in a neighboring community was confirmed to healthcare professionals at the Santo Domingo Health Center (SDHC). As of the posting of this notice, 12,527 COVID-19 tests have been analyzed in New Mexico, with 281 tests returning positive. This case represents the only positive case identified at SDHC, and the appropriate officials and corresponding healthcare facility of this community have been duly notified. Out of 18 tests performed at our facility, NO POSITIVE TEST RESULTS HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED FOR PATIENTS/RESIDENTS OF THE SANTO DOMINGO PUEBLO.

This development does not change the precautions we have in place at SDHC, and we are proud to report that the screening and isolation processes at our clinic are functioning to keep our staff, patients and community members safe during this time of uncertainty. Community members should continue to adhere to social distancing and self-isolation guidelines (e.g. maintaining 6 feet of distance from other individuals and not gathering in groups larger than five people) as well as good hygiene practices such as thorough hand washing, sneezing or coughing into your elbow or wearing a mask and frequently cleaning touched surfaces. Community members are also advised to remain at home unless absolutely necessary.


As we endure this unprecedented situation, we remain calm and confident that the prayers of our leaders and the community will combine with our collective adherence to the proper public health precautions to guide us safely through to sustained wellness with our friends and families. Thank you for your attention to this notice and visit our website (www.kp-hc.org) and/or Facebook page for updates on our operations, or call our COVID-19 Information Hotline at (505) 218-1169 or (505) 264-0435 for additional information.

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UPDATED 3/31/20 1:50 pm

As we continue our proactive measures to limit the potential community spread of
COVID-19. We ask our patients and community members to please be cooperative with
our processes here at the Health Center during this crucial time.


- Continuing with all Patients and Visitors checking in at the front entrance.

- If you are experiencing any symptoms of: cough, fever, shortness of breath or if you have recently traveled out of the State or Country, plesae check in at the Acute Care entrance (gym entrance-northwest of buildilng.)

- We are urging community members that do not have an appointment to stay home and not to accompany anyone to their appointments.

- At this time we are postponing all events, training, classes and meetings to limit group
gatherings of 10 people.

- Dental services limited to Emergencies only. (Please call 505-465-3078 for more details.)

- Optometry services are limited. (Please call 505-465-1169 for more details.)

- Pharmacy services:

         1. Patients 65 and over Santo Domingo CHR's can assist with arranging for home
             delivery for all non-controlled substance prescriptions. SD CHR's phone number is:

         2. We are converting most pharmacy refrills to 90-day refills.

         3. Pharmacy refill medications will be ready within the next 48-hours after placing your         refill request via 505-465-3074.

We will continue these measures and processes until further notice.

The current situation regarding COVID-19 is rapidly developing and we are closely
monitoring information from Public health officials in Sandoval County, the State of New
Mexico and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and will follow their
recommendations moving forward.






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    Santo Domingo Health Center provides ambulatory outpatient medical services including: Dental, Pharmacy, Behavior Health, Laboratory, Optometry, Limited Audiology services and ambulatory medical services.

    Click the link below to learn more about our team of quality Primary Care Providers.

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    The mission of the Santo Domingo Health Center Pharmacy Department is to provide safe, effective medications that support the highest quality of care for our patients.

    Refills can be called into the Pharmacy Department directly at 505-465-3074

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    We are excited to offer you an expanded eye clinic department! We have a large new display area where patients can try on eyeglass frames. We now have over 550 eyeglass frames to choose from.

    Please call Eric at 505-465-1169 to make your appointment to get an eye examination.

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    Dental Clinic

    By taking good care of your teeth and gums, you can help prevent problems such as tooth decay and gum disease. SDHC also has many specialty dental clinics available.

    Appointments available Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays 8:00-4:00 and Wednesdays 1:00-4:00. Please call our direct line at 505-465-3078.

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Mr. Alan Barlow, KPHC CEOAlan Barlow

Mr. Barlow (Diné/Navajo) is an engaging leader who dedicates his career to guiding, developing, implementing and (re)assessing community and clinical programs in a manner that demonstrably improve the quality of health services provided to Native American communities. With over 11 years of executive experience in PL 93-638 and federal health programs/facilities---including ambulatory, emergency, and inpatient functions---Alan demonstrates fierce program stewardship balanced with compassion and informed perspective to meet the challenges of increasing value ?through the eyes of our patients.?

Under his leadership, health programs have obtained new and full accreditation status by The Joint Commission (TJC), the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) and the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). Just as importantly in each experience, employee and patient engagement/satisfaction scores increased along with annual revenues to drive new and culturally-sensitive innovations supporting the effective delivery of healthcare to Native American populations.

Alan holds dual Master?s degrees in American Studies (MS) and Management (MSHR, human resources emphasis) from Utah State University. He has extensive training in strategic development, data analysis, budget/revenue cycle management, quality and performance improvement, and accreditation and certification requirements. He is also ICS 300 and 400 certified (FEMA).

As an active community member, Alan has served as a Board Member for the Benefis Health System (MT) and the Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center (NY) as well as the former Secretary to the NCCEO within the Indian Health Service (IHS). He the recipient of an IHS Director?s Award, a Great Plains Area Leadership Award, and special recognition from the Tule River and Fort Belknap Indian Communities.

Alan is also an Eagle Scout, an avid musician and movie ?buff,? and the proud father of three (3) children. We are proud to welcome him as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the Kewa Pueblo Health Corporation (KPHC)!?

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