Navajo Department of Health

The Navajo Department of Health is committed to the health and well-bring of the Navajo People. The Department has 14 separate programs funded by various agencies.

With headquarters in Window Rock, the Navajo Department of Health serves approximately 300,000 members of Navajo Nation, the largest tribe in the United States. Covering an area of over 27,000 square miles, the Department of Health delivers a variety of health services in the areas of nutrition, aging, substance abuse, outreach, and emergency medical services, working in close partnership with state, federal, and local partners. Learn more by clicking on any of the Department’s programs to the right. Late-breaking information on health topics is given below, and updated regularly.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

NON-EMERGENCY MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES

Date: September 12, 2019
The Navajo Department of Health is now accepting applications for a Non-Emergency Medical Transport (NEMT) Permit. For an application, click on the documents below.

New Application Fee
$2,000 Indian-Preference
$6,000 Non-Indian Preference


Renewal Application Fee
$1,000 Indian-Preference
$3,000 Non-Indian Preference


**Application due date is December 2, 2019 by 5:00 p.m. MSTe


For questions, call (928) 871-6350 or email nemt.regulatory@nndoh.org

2017 Public Health Summit Registration Form NEMT Applicant Instructions October 2019

2017 Public Health Summit Registration Form Letter_NEMT New Renewal Applicants 2020
2017 Public Health Summit Registration Form Arizona Navajo Nation NEMT Approved Companies 10.1.2019


2017 Public Health Summit Registration Form **Click pdf icon (NEMT Application Word Format_Sept 2019_FILLABLE.FINAL).
2017 Public Health Summit Registration Form **Click on pdf icon (NEMT Application Instructions_Sept 2019).


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