- 401 Buster Road
Welcome to the Yakama Service Unit, Indian Health Service. We are centrally located in the State of Washington. We are a federally operated outpatient ambulatory care clinic accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). Our main multidisciplinary care clinic is located in Toppenish, WA and we also operate one satellite dental clinic in White Swan, WA.
Services of our clinic include a full range of ambulatory primary care and family practice medicine (multiple providers), public health services (multiple Public Health Nurses), dental (multiple Dentists), optometry, a broad range of pharmacy services including pharmacy based clinics, with on-site radiology and a clinical laborato Ambulatory care visits range from 80,000-90,000 a year.
Other available services for our patients include:
- In-patient services at local private hospital facilities, e.g. Toppenish and Yakima.
- Tribally operated healthcare programs of the Yakama Nation: Maternal Child Health, WIC, Ambulance, Purchased/Referred Care, Behavioral Health, Alcohol/Substance, Community Health Representative, Nutrition, Home Health, and Medical.
- The culture of the patients we serve is Native American as we serve American Indian and Alaska Natives and many are members of the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation, the local Tribe. Our facility is located on the Yakama Indian
We are surrounded by several towns and cities within commuting distance: e.g. Yakima, Toppenish, Wapato, Zillah, White Swan, Moxee, and Selah. These offer various school districts, shopping locations, and activity venues.
There are amenities of larger towns/cities and outdoor/indoor activities such as skiing, fishing, camping, hiking, mountain biking, boating, wineries/breweries, theaters, museums, pow wows, and casino events. There is local access to colleges and universities.
The cities of Seattle, WA and Portland, OR are approximately a 2-3-hour commute away, and there are local airports in Yakima, WA and in Pasco, WA. The Tri-Cities area is under a one-hour commute.
The Yakama Service Unit offers a rural setting to work and live that is accessible to many services, schools, activities, and means of travel.