Heart Health Month

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in American Indians and Alaska Natives. Heart disease and stroke are also leading causes of disability, preventing people from working and enjoying family activities. Below are some steps to take to improve your heart health. Talk to your doctor about other ways to help prevent heart disease…

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Puyallup Tribal Member Days

As a part of our continued commitment to serve the needs of our Puyallup Tribal Members, we are excited to introduce sləx̌il ʔə tiiɫ puyaləpabš (Puyallup Tribal Member Day) in 2023. Each month, on the third Tuesday, we will honor our Puyallup Tribe home by providing a special day for Puyallup Tribal Members to receive…

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Pfizer Vaccine Update

PTHA will no longer be offering the Pfizer vaccine and will be phasing it out of inventory by the end of December 2022. The remaining supply of Pfizer vaccines will be available on a first come, first serve basis until it runs out. Patients age 6 months – 4 years, who received 2 doses of…

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Flu and other respiratory infections on the rise

Influenza, COVID-19 and Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) infections continue to spread in our community. Washington State Department of Health recently issued a high-level alert on a surge in RSV and flu. You can help limit the spread of the flu, RSV and other respiratory infections by following safe public health practices. Especially if you are…

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Updated COVID-19 Booster Now Available

The COVID-19 bivalent vaccine boosters, aimed at the omicron sub variants as well as the original strain, are now available for all eligible patients age 12 and older (and family members who received their primary vaccine series at PTHA).The updated booster is expected to increase immune response to the virus and provide protection against severe…

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Checking-in at PTHA

Due to staffing shortages, please check-in upstairs in Takopid for all clinic appointments. For counseling appointments, clients can continue to check-in upstairs in the Kwawachee building. High quality care is our top priority. We are currently working with reduced staff at our check-in desks and you may notice longer than usual wait times, in-person and…

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Sign up for our Patient Portal!

Our patient portal offers many benefits, including: Send secure messages to your provider team View lab results Request appointments Access immunization history Request renewal of medications Ability to sign consent forms And more! If you want to sign-up, call us and we can help you enroll (253) 593-0232.

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Important Notices

Time to Update! Our updating practices have started again. You will likely be asked to bring necessary documentation to confirm items such as mailing address and current insurance information. Thank you for being prepared at the time of check-in. Please call us if you have questions. Pharmacy Refill Requests Our pharmacy wait times may be…

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Tell us | yəcəbtubuɫ Patient Experience Survey

PTHA is in constant reflection to make the patient experience as human and efficient as possible, but doing this would be impossible without the input of our community. Now, patients have the opportunity to share their experience through the new patient experience survey, yəcəbtubuɫ, available to everyone who visits. We hope you will take the…

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PTHA Telehealth Visits

We continue to offer Telehealth virtual visits for: medical, mental health counseling, addictions treatment, tobacco/vaping cessation, WIC, breastfeeding support and referrals. To schedule a Telehealth appointment, please call us at 253-593-0232. Please review this guide before your next virtual visit.

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