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After twenty years of planning and lobbying by Tribal Leaders, in February of 1988, the Hu Hu Kam Memorial Hospital opened. Hu Hu Kam is a Pima word which means "those who are gone". Their hospital is named in memory of Pima Indian ancestors. The planning documents for the hospital were completed by the Indian Health Service (the "IHS") in 1982 and projected serving a population of 10,171 by 1989. As of 1996, the estimated user population had risen to 15,878, and the number of outpatient and emergency room visits increased to 114,749.

Location: Po Box 38, Sacaton Arizona 85247 Telephone 520-562-3321

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