Women's Health

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Our clinic exists to provide quality, evidenced-based care to our community members as it relates to all aspects of reproductive health. Our stellar team of professionals consists of physicians, midwives, nurses, medical and nursing assistants.

Fort Defiance Indian Hospital Board, Inc. is dedicated to caring for the women in our community, especially during these trying times. You may be hearing in the news that you should stay home and avoid going to the clinic or hospital unless you have an emergency. And that’s great advice when it comes to many common medical problems. However, women’s health concerns often require urgent attention.

Services During COVID-19

Tsehootsooi Medical Center’s current available services include:

  • Routine pregnancy care including full labor and delivery services
  • Telephone visits (Telemedicine) for women’s health concerns
  • Medication refills
  • Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) testing
  • Family planning and birth control services

We are working hard to care for you in the safest way possible. A few changes you might notice include:

  • Screening and masks are required for all patients and employees
  • Hour-long appointments allow for social distancing
  • Enhanced cleaning of common spaces
  • CoVID testing of all admitted patients and partners

Please call the Women’s Health Clinic at 928-729-8770 to schedule an appointment.

Covid-19 FAQ

I just found out I am pregnant (first-time mom) what do I do?

Call the clinic at (928) 729-8770 and let us know that you have had a positive pregnancy test. You will be scheduled with a telephone intake and then for your first in-person visit.

Can I come to TMC if I usually get my care at a different facility or service unit?

Yes! We may need to get records from these other hospitals but we see pregnant women from all over.

I don’t have child care… can I bring my kids to my appointment?

Unfortunately, no visitors (including children) are allowed in the clinic for prenatal visits. This is to keep you and them as safe as possible during this pandemic.

What are my next steps? Call? During what time?

You can always call the clinic from 8 am to 5 pm at (928) 729-8770. If during non-business hours, you can call the hospital operator and ask to be connected to the labor and delivery unit to speak with an obstetric provider.

Opening Hours
  • Monday-Friday
    8:00am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
  • Closed on Federal Holidays or mandatory hospital trainings.