Flu Vaccine

Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center is offering the flu vaccine to our patients. If you do not have insurance there will be a minimal fee (on par with CVS or Walgreens).

“If you’ve ever been hesitant about vaccinating, this is the year to do it”

Call our clinic at 414-383-9526 to schedule an appointment.

GET Tested! COVID-19 Testing Available

In collaboration with 4 other Milwaukee CHC’s, The Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center continues to offer diagnostic COVID-19 testing to our community. If you have symptoms (Fever, Cough, Shortness of breath, Sore throat, Headache, Extreme Fatigue, Body or muscle ache, Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Loss of smell, Loss of taste), please call (414) 383-9526 to make an appointment for COVID-19 testing. You can view our intake protocols prior to your visit. 


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Offered at Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center

Patient-Centered Dental Clinic

Dental Clinic

Our Dental Clinic offers more than dental cleanings and simple procedures to keep your teeth and mouth healthy and clean. We are a patient-centered dental home and we are dedicated to making your visit pleasant, so you can experience the benefits of healthy teeth for a lifetime.

Pharmaceutical Care


Our professional pharmacists and technicians are an important member of your Care Team. They provide you with important information about the medications you are prescribed and coordinate your care with your primary care provider and Behavioral Health Care provider to promote safe, quality patient care.

Comprehensive, Culturally Sensitive Medical Clinic

Medical Clinic

Our medical teams work together to provide you with the best possible treatment and outcomes in a comfortable, well-equipped setting. We provide comprehensive and culturally sensitive health care for your whole family. You are at the center of your provider-led Care Team.

Social, Behavioral, Cultural, and Spiritual Services

Behavioral Health Department

GLIIHC’s Behavioral Health Department staff provide social, behavioral, cultural, and spiritual services. Our behavioral health and social services’ mission is to meet the emotional and mental health needs of urban Indians and loved ones with respect and sensitivity to your culture.


The Family Circle Series – Covid Safe Activites

Celebrations and maintaining our seasonal cultural traditions plays an important role in how we mark the passage of time. During COVID, when we are so much more isolated, we can still find ways to celebrate.

The Family Circle Series – Virtual Classroom Experience

A Zoom with a View: The Virtual Classroom Experience, Triggers for Socially Anxious Youth  During COVID-19 and remote learning, some kids with social anxiety are feeling especially strained when signing onto their video chats for class.  What is Social...


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Join us today for #TurquoiseTuesday ! Turquoise Tuesday is a cervical cancer awareness day for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) people. The American Indian Cancer Foundation (AICAF) asks that everyone wears turquoise clothing and jewelry to raise awareness about cervical cancer disparities in our communities, and inspire loved ones to get screened. Share photos of yourself on social media using the hashtag #TurquoiseTuesday and #ScreeningSavesLives! Please encourage the women in your life to schedule their next Pap test, and don't forget to tag American Indian Cancer Foundation in your social media posts!

Cervical cancer disproportionately affects Native communities. In some U.S. regions, AI/AN women have a much higher occurrence of cervical cancer than white women; nationwide, they are often diagnosed at later stages of the disease. Cervical cancer can be prevented and is highly curable when detected early. Having regular cancer screenings can help save your life.

To celebrate Turquoise Tuesday with us on Tuesday, January 19:


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Native Strong Weekly Town Hall w/ Dr. Ignace

January 21st @ 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM CST


Accredited as a Medical Home by AAAHC
The Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center (GLIIHC) is accredited by the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). Accreditation means that GLIIHC has met compliance with nationally recognized standards for providing high-quality, safe patient care. AAAHC accreditation is our commitment to continually improve services and performance – in all areas of the organization. Nationally, we have joined a body of more than 5,000 accredited ambulatory health care organizations across the United States.
The Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center is accredited as a Patient Centered Medical Home with Behavioral Health Integration Award by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). NCQA is an independent, not-for-profit organization dedicated to assessing and reporting on the quality of health care organizations. NCQA’s mission is to improve the quality of health care.

Please call (414) 383-9526 to schedule an appointment today.