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Why Inclusion Is Our New Core Value

Why Inclusion Is Our New Core Value

Diversity: it’s right there in our name. The “tribal” in Tribal EM tells you (hopefully) that we care passionately about transforming healthcare for Indigenous people. And that in a larger sense, we’re committed to a world of more equitable opportunities and expert care for all, regardless of...

Stress is a Public Health Crisis

Stress is a Public Health Crisis

April is Stress Awareness Month. You might not think stress needs awareness, given how often we joke about our stress levels with coworkers or discuss it with our doctor when our blood pressure spikes. But there’s something about stress that really does need awareness – the danger it presents to...

6 Tips for Choosing the Right Medical Staffing Agency

6 Tips for Choosing the Right Medical Staffing Agency

We’re at a turning point in healthcare. The COVID-19 pandemic washed over the industry like a tsunami, rearranging priorities, care delivery modes, and supply chains. And now that the waters of crisis are receding, many professionals are reconsidering their choices. Some have decided to pursue...

Solving the Critical Care Training Conundrum at Tribal Facilities

Solving the Critical Care Training Conundrum at Tribal Facilities

The industry conversation about healthcare disparities in rural areas is an entrenched one. We all know the barriers at this point – the provider shortages, the difficulty in obtaining specialty care, the transportation burden that falls on patients who need to drive three hours to an appointment....

Women’s History Month: Celebrating Women in Healthcare and Beyond

Women’s History Month: Celebrating Women in Healthcare and Beyond

For Women’s History Month, we interviewed four of Tribal EM’s outstanding female leaders. Below, they talk about the transformation they’re creating in healthcare and the women who’ve inspired their achievements. Brenda Rojas, Chief Nursing Officer During Brenda’s 25-year career in healthcare,...

Restoring Food Sovereignty for Native American Communities

Restoring Food Sovereignty for Native American Communities

Good health begins with nourishment, but food poverty is epic in the United States – and it’s an ongoing dilemma in Indigenous communities, where 1 in 4 Native Americans is food insecure. In Arizona’s Apache County, home to the Navajo Nation, the Zuni tribe, and the Fort Apache tribe, the rate is...

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