Coronavirus Information for the Community

Please click the link below for helpful information regarding many aspects of the pandemic. This was produced by the California Rural Indian Health Board. COVID 19 Slide Deck 3-26-19 CTEC

Notice Regarding Gym Membership Program

Attention all participants in the Pit River Health Service gym membership program: Due to the coronavirus outbreak, we are obliged to suspend our gym membership program until further notice. Please see the letter linked below. We encourage all participants to continue safe, socially distanced exercise routines such as walking, jogging, or in-home activities during this time. gym_suspension_letter

A Message from our Executive Director

Below is a letter from our Executive Director, Loren Ellery, for our patients at Pit River Health Service. We are continuously working to provide updated and accurate information to our patients and community. Please feel free to contact us at (530) 335-3651 for any questions or concerns.

Senior Nutrition Center Update

In accordance with the California Department of Public Health guidelines, our Senior Nutrition Center has been temporarily closed for communal meals. We have been allowing meals to be picked up and our staff has also been delivering meals to the Wiyachi Village. If you are eligible and would like a meal, please call our Center at (530) 995-5301 before 9:30 … Read More

Stop!

If you are experiencing any of the listed symptoms and are visiting visiting one of our clinics, please remain in your vehicle and call one of our main lines and someone will come out to screen you. For more information regarding COVID-19 please call Shasta County Public Health at 211. Our clinic main lines are listed below: Burney (530) 335-3651 … Read More

Pain Management Care for Our Patients

Opioids are a diverse class of moderately strong painkillers, including oxycodone (commonly sold under the trade names OxyContin and Percocet), hydrocodone (Vicodin, Norco) and a very strong painkiller, fentanyl, which is synthesized to resemble other opiates such as opium-derived morphine and heroin. The potency and availability of these substances, despite their high risk of addiction and overdose, have made them … Read More