Indian Health Services
Nespelem Health Center
29 Nespelem/Sandpoil St. Nespelem WA 99155
Indian Health Services, Laboratory and X-Ray | Hours of Operation | 8:00am - 4:30pm Monday through Friday (Except Wednesday Mornings)
Dental (509) 634-2920
Optometry (509) 634-2948
Pharmacy (509) 634-2914 | Pharmacy Refills (509) 634-2948
Brian Nanamkin | Management Analyst | (509) 634-2924 | email@example.com
Started with the Indian Health Services in October of 1991, my main reasoning for coming to the Indian Health Services; is to help the community that I was raised in. Within my 24 years with the IHS, I have worked in several departments before accepting the position that I am in now.
When I’m not at work, I enjoy spending time with my friends and family. I have several hobbies that include puzzles, reading but my greatest hobby is hiking in the forest. Time outside is the best therapy for myself.
Loren Lewis, MD, MPH | Clinical Director | (509) 634-2913 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Residency trained in Family Practice and Occupational Medicine, Board Certified in Occupational Medicine and I possess a Master’s Degree in Public Health. I reside in Coulee Dam and served for 12 years in US Air Force as flight surgeon, family practitioner and occupational medicine doctor I was the Medical Director at the Hanford Site in Richland, WA and Hill Air Force Base Occupational Medicine Programs and in a Hospital-based Occupational Medicine Program in Pocatello, Idaho. More recently and prior to coming here, I worked in primary care in underserved rural areas in Washington and at the VA Medical Center in Spokane. I worked for a short period as a temporary doctor at the Neah Bay Indian Reservation. Personal interests include woodworking, stained glass, and family activities.
Professional interest is to work with the service unit and dedicate myself to our objective to enhance and raise the health of American Indians on the Colville Reservation.
Thomas Sticht, R.PH. | Pharmacy Director | (509) 634-2914 | email@example.com
Tom grew up in Montana and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Utah in 1990. He completed an American Pharmaceutical Association ambulatory care residency in 1991. He has been with the Indian Health Service since September of 1990, serving Native people in Arizona, Utah, and now in Washington. He is active in his church and the Boy Scouts of America. He enjoys spending time with his kids, the outdoors, and getting his hands dirty in his garden.
Andrea Gatlin RN, BSN | Director of Nursing
Graduated from the Oklahoma Baptist University in 1996 with a Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing Degree, she has more than 20 years of time and experience as a Registered Nurse with the Indian Health Service. She served the first 14 years of her nursing career serving the Cherokee Nation at the WW. Hastings Indian Hospital in Tahlequah, Ok. In 2010 she transferred to the Muskogee Creek Nation Tribe and worked in their outpatient clinics as a Public Health Nurse. She has Medical Surgery, Obstetrical, Ambulatory Care and Public Health Nursing experience and has served in leadership roles in each of these areas. She and her family are from Oklahoma and most recently have moved to the Colville Service community in October of 2015. Her husband is also a Registered Nurse serving the Colville Service Unit. They both count it an honor and a blessing to be able to provide health services for the CSU community. She enjoys spending time outdoors, traveling, interior decorating and spending quality time with friends and family.
Kathy Winzer ARNP | Family Nurse Practitioner | (509) 634-2913 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathy graduated in 1973 from Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kansas with a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. In 1999, she graduated from Washington State University – Spokane with a Master’s Degree in Family Nurse Practitioner. She began working for Indian Health Service in 1999 as well. She resides in Grand Coulee (since 1986); is married with four children and five grandchildren. Hobbies include sewing, yard work and reading.
Dr. Terry Wade, DDS | Chief Dental Officer
Doctor Terry Wade received his DDS degree from University of Iowa and subsequently opened a private practice in Idaho. He practiced there for approximately 10 years before accepting a position as Chief Dental Officer for a service unit in Montana where he served for about seven years. Dr. Wade transferred to the Colville Service Unit in August2016. Prior to dental school, Dr. Wade worked at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory for more than a decade in several positions. His left his final position, Senior Scientist, to attend dental school.
Darcy Epperson | Business Office Manager | (509) 634-2965 | email@example.com
I am pleased to say that I joined the Indian Health Services team May 2000 after proudly working at the Colville Tribal Convalescent Center for 10 years. I started at IHS as the Medicaid Biller/Accounts Receivable then took on the Medicare billing/Accounts Receivable also. I missed working with our patient’s one on one so I applied for the Patient Registration/Contact Representative position but was cross trained in many other positions within IHS and currently I have taken the role as Acting Business Office Manager.
In my spare time I enjoy camping, traveling, attending my kids sporting events, watching Seahawks Football or just spending time with my family and friends.
Omak Health Center
Omak Health Center
(509) 422-7416 or (509)422-5683
617 Benton Street, Omak, Washington 98841
Omak Health Center, Laboratory Services, Medical, Dental, Pharmacy | Hours of Operation | 8:00am - 4:30pm Monday through Friday (Except Wednesday Mornings)
Pharmacy | (509) 422-7735
Pharmacy Refill | (509) 422-7736
A person’s health status reflects every aspect of his or her life. Jackie understands each patient is unique with specific healthcare needs. By actively listening to her patients she is able to provide them with the support, knowledge, and tools needed so they can become active participants in their own health wellness. She believes when patients take an active role, they are more willing to adhere to a plan of care, fostering better healthcare outcomes and enhanced patient satisfaction.
Jackie is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and a member of Sigma Theta Tau and the Golden Key National Honor Societies. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Louisville and her Masters in Nursing Program—Family Practice from Walden University.
Prior to joining Colville Service Unit, Jackie was a Locum nurse practitioner with Aureus. As a registered nurse, she has 16 years experience in the ER, ICU, and Family Practice clinics. As a Flight Nurse Instructor and Assistant Chief Nurse for 12 years with the Minnesota Air National Guard, she deployed 6 times flying numerous combat missions in order to provide care in the air to our Wounded Warriors.
In her free time, Jackie enjoys reading, riding horses, and gardening.
I graduated from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. In 2013 my family and I relocated to Durham, North Carolina to attend graduate school at Duke University. I completed the Family Nurse Practitioner program with a focus on rural primary care and was Board Certified in 2016. Prior to that I have had experience in anesthesia, urgent care, research and time working in Medical Intensive Care Unit. I am a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard as well. Professionally, I am grateful for the opportunity to serve the people of the 12 Tribes and learning more about the history of this area. It is my hope to partner with each patient to improve the health of the individual, family and entire community.
My family is excited to plant some roots and call the Okanogan Valley home. We are enjoying the small town lifestyle, our new Church and the beautiful landscapes that are everywhere. I enjoy fishing, kayaking, hunting and especially archery. We are also looking forward to gardening and raising a few animals for 4H with my son.
Ryan Buckner | Pharmacist
Earned an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at the University of Washington. I went on to graduate cum laude with a Pharmacy Doctorate from The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy, which is among the top five pharmacy colleges in the nation. He is certified in Medication Therapy Management (MTM), Immunization Delivery, Basic Life Support, and as a Treatment Specialist for Nicotine Dependence. He is also a peer reviewer for The Annals of Pharmacotherapy. I have enjoyed being a Clinical Pharmacist with the Colville Indian Health Clinic since 2011.
When not in the clinic, I enjoy gardening, learning about various topics or skills, volunteering as Vice-Chairman of the Board and Webmaster of a local church, and spending quality time with my wife and three young children.
Dr. Paul Phillips, DDS | Omak Dentist