Think Pink

Please join the PRHS Medical staff in showing awareness for Breast Cancer on Thursday, October 17, 2019 from 12 PM to 3 PM! There will be prizes, gifts, and snacks provided! For any questions please feel free to contact Yarely at (530) 335-3651 ext 161. “Supporting the fighters, admiring the survivors, honoring the taken, and never giving up hope”  

Community Naloxone Training

Join the California Rural Indian Health Board (CRIHB) for a training open to the community covering how to administer naloxone. The topics that will be discussed are impact of opioid crisis Native American communities, identify signs of an overdose, and identify risks of an overdose. The training will take place at the Life Hope Center on 37901 Main Street in … Read More

Red Road BBQ/Potluck

Our Behavioral Health’s Red Road is hosting a BBQ/Potluck this month! Please come join us on Friday, July 19, 2019 from 11 am to 3 pm at Whale Park in Burney. Stop by this drug and alcohol free event with your favorite side dish. We hope to see you there! 

Text Message Appointment Reminders

Pit River Health Service is now offering text message appointment reminders. If you have an upcoming medical, dental, or behavioral health appointment in Burney or Alturas, you are now able to receive a text message with the date and time of your appointment. Please contact one of our receptionists or our intake coordinator at (530) 335-3651 to sign up today!

2019 Health Fair T-Shirt Design Contest

It’s that time again! Our annual Good Medicine Health Fair is quickly approaching us and we need your talent and skills to design this year’s T-shirt. The winner will receive$200 and their artwork displayed on the 2019 Health Fair T-shirt. This year’s theme is “Just Do It for the Health of It”. Please see the flyer below for more information … Read More

Measles Case Confirmed in Shasta County

A MESSAGE FROM SHASTA COUNTY – Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency Public Health Branch continues to investigate a confirmed case of measles. Public Health officials urge residents to be aware of measles symptoms and to take precautions to help stop the spread. The Shasta County case is related to cases in Butte and Tehama Counties and are considered … Read More