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WELCOME OUR NEW FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER!

 

Marcie LichtensteinMarcie Lichtenstein received her Masters of Science in Nursing to become a Family Health Nurse Practitioner, from Walden University in Minnesota in 2015. She is credentialed as a Nurse practitioner from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). She received her Nursing Degree from the Santa Fe Community College in 2004. Prior to becoming a nurse, Marcie received a Bachelors Degree in Studio Arts in 2001 from the College of Santa Fe.

Marcie brings with her 11 years of nursing experience in a variety of fields which includes emergency department, medical-surgical, PACU, PCU, psychiatric, women’s health, pediatrics and outpatient care. Almost five of those nursing years were spent working at IHS in Santa Fe. The last 3 years of her career were spent as a Family Nurse Practitioner in private practice in Santa Fe, NM.

Marcie is happy to be back working within the Native community. Marcie’s husband is from the Navajo Nation. They have two children who have grown up receiving all of their care through IHS in Santa Fe so has a good understanding of how the Native health system works. She strives to provide excellent and most importantly, empathetic care for the Native Community and all of her patients.
In her spare time, she enjoys time with her family camping and being outdoors. Marcie also loves listening too and playing music. She is excited to be a part of the Kewa community.
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Expansion Update - September

 

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    Clinic


    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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    Pharmacy


    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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    Optometry


    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 505-465-3060 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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Countdown to Accreditation

Our Goals

KPHC will be seeking to become accredited with AAAHC in early 2020. You will see a countdown clock in the lobby for when KPHC will be applying for their accreditation survey.

What is AAAHC?

AAAHC, or the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc., is a private, non-profit organization formed in 1979 to assist ambulatory health care organizations in improving the quality of care provided to patients. As we move forward, they will help us as we establish, review, and revise standards, measures performance, and provide consultation and education.

What is accreditation?

Accreditation is an external, independent review of a health care delivery organization against nationally accepted standards and its own policies, procedures, processes and outcomes. In other words: is the organization delivering safe, high-quality patient care in the way that it says it will?

AAAHC accreditation means that the organization participates in on-going self-evaluation, peer review and education to continuously improve its care and services. The organization also commits to a thorough, on-site survey by AAAHC surveyors, who are themselves health care professionals, at least every three years.

What to expect

As KPHC moves forward with their goal of being accredited, you will start to notice new and different processes come to light to help us deliver safe and high-quality care. If you have any questions about these new processes and our AAAHC goals and accreditation, please feel free to contact any of our staff members and they will be happy to assist you.

 

     

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The Santo Domingo Health Center Expansion project will add 37,170 square feet of space attached to the current facility. Upon completion of this project, the total square footage for the Health Center will be 57,631. The expansion project will focus on critical health services being provided as well as staff requirements who currently have outgrown their space. Specifically Primary Care, Pharmacy, Behavioral Health, and Lab services have increased significantly over the years mainly from having a qualified and stable panel of professional providers.

The project’s estimated cost is $11.5 million and is projected to break ground in the fall of this year. The construction will take approximately one year to complete sometime in the fall of 2019.

The expansion will support the mission and vision of KPHC while adding sufficient space for the delivery of specialty services currently being referred out. By providing these services in-house, KPHC will address health care disparities affecting the Native American population.

New services will include imaging and physical therapy as well as areas specific for women’s health, and pediatrics.

Imaging services generally referred are basic x-ray, mammography, CT and MRI. This expansion will assist KPHC in providing on-site x-ray services and planning for future CT and MRI services. This will allow our providers to get results back and provide timely treatment to our patients.

Physical Therapy (PT)/ Occupational Therapy (OT) specialty services are in high demand due to our active and aging population. Our current facility provides basic Physical Therapy services as well as some in-home therapy. KPHC plans to expand services, appointment availability and increase access to care.

Women’s Health services are currently being provided by our primary care providers. KPHC plans to expand our services internally and externally. Our current providers were recruited with experience in women’s health to increase services such as regular check-ups, mammography, colposcopy and maternal health.

 

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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