Author: AJ Aguilar

Computer Network Issues

Due to an unforeseen technology incident, Native American Health Center’s (NAHC) internal computer network is operating at limited capacity. At this time we’re providing modified services to ensure members receive the care they need. Currently, NAHC is experiencing issues accessing email. Members can contact NAHC […]

Native American Health Center Announces Natalie Aguilera as CEO

OAKLAND, Calif. — Native American Health Center (NAHC) is excited to announce Natalie Aguilera, MPA (Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma) as the organization’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective November 1, 2023. Having dedicated over 18 years to NAHC, Aguilera previously served as the Chief Administrative […]

Ribbon Skirt Project

“This isn’t fast fashion, this is first fashion,” said Acosia Red Elk at New York Fashion Week 2023. The Ribbon Skirt is a symbol of Native survival and identity. Over the past several months, our Chief Cultural Officer, Community Wellness Team, and photographer Irwin Lewis […]

NAHC’s First Chief Behavioral Health Officer

Native American Health Center (NAHC) is excited to announce Dr. Utaka Springer as our first Chief Behavioral Health Officer (CBHO). Dr. Springer has been an integral member of NAHC’s leadership team since he joined the organization as NAHC’s Director of Behavioral Health (BH) in 2012. […]

Remembering Jerri Davis

This week we have been deeply saddened by the passing of a cherished member of our NAHC family. Jerri Davis dedicated 30 years of her life to NAHC and became an integral part of our community and the history of our health center. As a […]

Oakland’s Indigenous Red Market returns to celebrate Native culture and connection

https://oaklandside.org/2021/05/14/oaklands-indigenous-red-market-returns-to-celebrate-native-culture-and-connection/?fbclid=IwAR1baKMyoHnx-1hSplSd5lv76n7IcmCnRm3setvWflou9xJHYp701I6zXBo After a 14-month hibernation, the Indigenous Red Market, a celebration of Native artists, vendors, music, dance, and food came roaring back to life this month at the Native American Health Center parking lot on International Boulevard in Fruitvale.