HRSA funds clinics in five of the 12 most-affected States: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada and Utah.
All clinics provide radiation exposure-related services to eligible individuals in the five exposure categories: downwinders, onsite participants, uranium miners, millers and ore transporters (see Am I Eligible?). However, some adapt their services to meet the needs of the people in the area they serve.
Some clinics offer services at satellite locations. Please phone the location listed here for clinic locations and to schedule an appointment.
North Country HealthCare
2920 N. 4th Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Phone: 928-522-2466 or 928-774-6299
Web site: North Country Healthcare (HRSA grantee Web site)
North Country HealthCare operates the Northern Arizona Radiation Exposure Screening and Education Program (NAZRESEP) that serves mostly downwinders and uranium industry workers. Services are provided at the main site in Flagstaff.
Downwinders who resided in the following counties: Yavapai, Coconino, Apache, Gila, Navajo and Mohave County north of the Grand Canyon.
National Jewish Health
1400 Jackson Street
Denver, CO 80206
Phone: 303-398-1418 or 303-270-2641
Web site: National Jewish Health
National Jewish Health will provide a RESEP center to provide outreach, education, medical and depression screening, diagnostic testing, referrals and RECA eligibility assistance to eligible individuals in the states of Colorado and Wyoming.
Will include former uranium miners, millers and ore transporters.
San Juan Clinic
380 W. 100 N.
Monticello, UT 84535
Web site: SanJuanHealthServices.org
San Juan Clinic will provide a RESEP center to provide outreach, education, medical screening, early detection, referrals and RECA eligibility assistance to eligible individuals.
Include former uranium miners, millers, ore transporters and downwinders.
University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center
2325 Camino de Salud NE
Albuquerque, NM 87131
The University of New Mexico operates a Radiation Exposure Screening and Education (RESEP) that serves mostly uranium mining industry workers. New Mexico was the leader in uranium production in the United States between the years 1953 and 1993.
Includes uranium miners, millers, and ore-transporters in the state of New Mexico.
Northern Navajo Medical Center
P.O. Box 160
Shiprock, NM 87420
Toll-free: 800-549-5644, ext. 7032
The Northern Navajo Medical Center is an Indian Health Service facility and operates the Navajo Area Radiation Exposure Screening and Education Program (RESEP) that serves uranium industry workers and downwinders residing on the Navajo Indian Reservation. Northern Navajo Medical Center is the main site with four satellite clinics in Arizona and New Mexico.
Includes only IHS-eligible uranium workers and downwinders in Shiprock and Crownpoint, New Mexico and Kayenta, Tuba City, Chinle, and Polacca, Arizona.
University of Nevada School of Medicine
Family and Community Medicine
2410 Fire Mesa Street, Suite 180
Las Vegas , NV 89128
Web site: Nevada Radiation Exposure Screening & Education Program (HRSA grantee Web site)
The University of Nevada operates the Nevada Radiations Exposure Screening and Education (RESEP) that serves mostly downwinders and onsite participants exposed to radiation as a result of atmospheric nuclear testing done at the Nevada Test Site.
Includes downwinders or onsite participants who lived in the state of Nevada at the time of atmospheric nuclear testing.
Dixie Regional Medical Center, 400 East Campus
544 South 400 East
St. George, UT 84770
The Dixie Regional Medical Center operates the Southwestern Utah Radiation Exposure Screening and Education (RESEP) that serves mostly downwinders in southern Utah, northern Arizona and southeastern Nevada. The National Cancer Institute reports that counties in these areas received the greatest amount of radioactive fallout and estimates that nearly 40,000 people in southern Utah were exposed.
Includes mostly downwinders in
Utah Navajo Health Systems
P.O. Box 130
Montezuma Creek, Utah 84534