Pinon Health Center is Associated with Chinle Service Unit – Indian Health Service in the Heart of the Navajo Reservation – Northern Az. Pinon Health Center provides care to approximately 11,000 patients – the majority of which are Navajo and many are traditional Navajo who still speak the language. A collegial group of providers offer services in primary care, women’s health, counseling, dental, dietary and community nutrition, health promotions, lab, x-ray, native medicine, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, speech therapy, podiatry and public health nursing. When not providing care in the clinic our group enjoys book clubs, potlucks, gardening, fire pits, learning about the Navajo culture, hiking, rock climbing, camping, biking, cross country skiing. Downhill skiing, kayaking rock climbing, fishing and national parks are all within a few hours away.