About Wassaja Memorial Health Center
Our health center is an outpatient health facility dedicated to the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation community. The clinic is owned and operated by FMYN.
In addition to treating patient illness, our clinic promotes wellness, performs tests and procedures as well as a number of other services. We have an onsite pharmacy that is open during regular clinic hours, and we provide a number of community health services and wellness programs.
- Elevating health status to the highest possible level.
- Providing high quality health services.
- Demonstrate cultural sensitivity.
- Maximize availability of resources.
Clinic: Monday–Thursday 7:30am–5:30pm
Pharmacy: Monday–Thursday 8:000am–5:00pm
Clinic & Pharmacy are CLOSED on Tribal Holidays
At the Wassaja Memorial Health Center, we are fortunate to have a skilled and dedicated staff that is committed to the health and wellness of the FMYN community.
Cormelia “Meya” Castillo, Business Administrator at Wassaja Memorial Health Center, comes from northern New Mexico and is a member of the Navajo Nation. She received two Bachelor’s Degrees – Communications and Political Science – from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque with plans to pursue her Master’s Degree in Business Administration.
Meya has been with Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation for over 18 years and thoroughly enjoys her work, the environment and the community.
Clinic & Pharmacy
Andrew Gonzales was born and raised in Phoenix, AZ. Andrew attended Arizona State University where he received his Bachelors of Science in Exercise and Wellness in 2002.
Andrew is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Certified Personal trainer, Certified Zumba Instructor and a Level 1 CrossFit Coach. He has a passion for Fitness and Health and loves to practice what he preaches!
My name is Mia Castaneda. I am an employee at Wassaja Memorial Health Center as Medical Records Receptionist.
I trained at Tempe St. Luke’s as a medical assistant. I love meeting new people, and greeting everyone with a smile that comes and visits WMHC.
- Matthew Pettengill, DPM ~ Podiatrist
- Eunis Bello, DPM ~ Podiatrist
- Dennis Pena, DPM ~ Podiatrist
- Casey C., RD ~ Registered Dietician
- Celine Gabai, OD ~ Optometrist
- Ryan Manning, OD ~ Optometrist
My name is Robinson Candilosa Jr., I’ve been a Certified Nursing Assistant for 9 years and counting. I finished my CNA class at MCC. Patient care is my passion back then in my country where I grew up in the islands of the Philippines. Prior to migrating in the land of great opportunities, I met my wife in the Middle East where I worked for 8 years. My wife, an RN has a big influence in my nursing career of my dreams. I do believed that fulfillment comes from a well-balanced work and family life.
As a CNA, I am dedicated to patient service and learned to love my job, not to mention the joy that comes from compliments and awards from the patients that I care, colleague and from the management. I joined Wassaja Memorial Health Center with the conviction to serve in a community setting.
In my free time, I find myself indulged to cooking. When time permits the whole family travels to discover the secrets of Arizona and catch its beauty in photography.
My name is Glenda Mike. I’m the Community Health Representative for Wassaja Memorial Health Center. I’ve worked here for 20 years. I’m also a tribal member.
I do home visits in the community and coordinate the Men’s Health Fair and World AIDS Awareness Day. I also assist in medical records and the clinic. I enjoy my job.
In emergency situations always call 9-1-1. For non-emergency situations you can reach the Wassaja Memorial Health Center at 480-789-7890.
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