Clinical Services Now Avaliable by Appointments Only
    If you have an Emergency, please call 911
  • Pharmacy Refill
    Pharmacy Refill Hours: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Closed During Lunch)
    Allow 48 Hours for Refills to be Completed

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Schedule

All individuals must live within the communities FDIHB serves and have established Patient Medical Records at Tséhootsooí Medical Center or Nahata’Dziil Health Center.

Individuals interested in receiving their 2nd or 3rd Dose of the COVID-19 vaccine must provide their Vaccination Record Card to the attending vaccination team. (updated 5/5/2022)

Location Date & Time Location Vaccine & Eligible Population

Nahata’Dziil Health Center

Sanders, AZ

Monday - Thursday

8:00 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.


8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

By Appointment ONLY

Call: 928-688-5622 to make an appointment

By Appointment ONLY

10 Slots (per day) Call: 928-688-5622 to make an appointment

Pfizer 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Dose: 12 years old & Older, Children 12 – 17 years old with accompanying parent or legal guardian. CDC recommends boosters shots (3rd dose) at five (5) months after the completion of the primary series (1st & 2nd dose).

Pfizer 1st & 2nd Dose Pediatric COVID Vaccine Clinic:
5 - 11 years old with accompanying parent or legal guardian.

Nahata’Dziil Health Center is Now Open

Nahata’Dziil Health Center is now offering in-person clinical services by appointments only. Nahata’Dziil Health Center continues to closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation. The health and safety of our employees and the patients is our top priority. We are implementing measures to help limit exposure and spread. A screening process and mask is required during your next visit to Nahata’Dziil Health Center.

Appointments Only

Appointments can be made by visit our Clinics and Departments listed online with available hours. Please call before visiting - there are limited Walk-in appointments. To schedule an appointment call: (928) 688-5600 and we will direct you to the clinic or department. If you have any emergency, please call 911.

Pharmacy Refill

NDHC will be offering pharmacy refill services onsite. This is NOT a drive-up service and individuals will need to enter the facility to pick-up medication. Pharmacy Refill Hours: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday. To order your pharmacy refill call: (928) 688-5632.

Please allow 48 hours (2 Days) for refill orders to be completed and come to the facility to pick up medications.

  Hours of Operation
  • Monday - Friday
    8:00am - 5:00pm
  • Lunch (CLOSED)
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
  • Weekends
  • Last scheduled appointment at 4:00pm.

  Make An Appointment

To schedule a telephone appointment, call (928) 688-5600.

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Steps to Keep You Safe

Whether you are coming to pick up your medications or for an in-person primary care appointment, rest assured that we have precautions in place to protect your health.

Some of the steps we have taken include:

  • Prescreening for patients and staff
  • Social distancing and face-covering required for patients and staff
  • Rigorous infection prevention and cleaning

We look forward to welcoming you and caring for you.

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Welcome to Nahata'Dziil Health Center

Nahata'Dziil Health Center (NDHC) is located near the intersection of Interstate Highway 40 and U.S. Highway 191, approximately 48 miles west of Gallup, New Mexico, in the vicinity of Sanders, Arizona

The Clinic is located within the boundaries of New Lands and the Nahata Dzill Commission Governance, a local governing body of the Navajo Nation. Nahata Dziil whose name in English means “Planning with Strength” has 550 square miles of ranch land which was selected as a relocation site for hundreds of Navajo families affected by the Navajo-Hopi Settlement Act under the Public Law 93-531 and Amendment Act Public Law 96-305.

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