North Carolina American Indian Health Board

NCAIHB Press Release Photo

 

   

     Ronny A. Bell                                      Charlene Hunt Photo 1-23-15
   Dr. Ronny A. Bell, Chair                               Charlene Hunt, Program Coordinator


The North Carolina American Indian Health Board, newly formed by the North Carolina Commission on Indian Affairs in 2009, is focused on promoting quality health care and healthy lifestyles within American Indian families and communities in North Carolina through research, education and advocacy.

Our vision is to eliminate health disparities for American Indian communities in North Carolina so that American Indians and communities can reach their full potential.

We are fortunate to have a strong partnership with the Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity (MACHE) of Wake Forest School of Medicine as a mentor and fiscal agent with the executive director, Dr. Ronny A. Bell, serving as chair.

 

MISSION

We are focused on promoting quality health care and healthy liftstyles within american Indian families and communities in North Carolina through research, education, and advocacy.

 

Visit the NCAIHB official webpage here.

Last Updated: 08-22-2016
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