Who We Are
South Dakota Urban Indian Health – We are an Urban Indian Health Clinic funded through a contract with Indian Health Service (IHS). We are a non-profit corporation (incorporated October 6, 1977) that operates two full-time Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) clinics in the state of South Dakota.
SDUIH aims to develop a comprehensive patient-centered healthcare system that provides exceptional care focused on patient/staff satisfaction and services that are culturally appropriate, mission aligned &:
- Safe, reliable, efficient & effective
- Timely, coordinated & integrated
- Accessible by offering same-day appointments
- Promoting patient self-management
- A positive care management approach to improve patient health factors in the community
- Creating a proactive, empowered and solution focused work force.
SDUIH operates two full-time primary health care clinics in the state of South Dakota located in: Pierre and Sioux Falls. Please join us on a tour of our facilities and programs and meet the staff.
South Dakota Urban Indian Health’s vision is to provide an integrated model of care which includes both a medical home and holistic quality care for all patients.
Because South Dakota Urban Indian Health is a nonprofit organization, we rely on support from individuals, foundations and grants. Your gift is important to us to maintain and develop health care services and programs that meet the needs of our community members.
SDUIH is a nonprofit organization operating two primary care clinics in South Dakota. Your donation is tax-deductible.