Pechanga Casino & Resort - Healthcare Conference

The 10th Annual Native American Healthcare Conference will be held June 10th-11th, 2019 at Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, CA!

Through a series of panels, roundtable discussions and networking opportunities, healthcare directors and Tribal Leaders will hear from the industry’s top experts on preventative disease, wellness and other health-related topics facing Indian Country. Tribal Healthcare Clinicians, IHS Representatives and healthcare professionals can look forward to hearing cutting edge Healthcare updates, such as the newest treatments, equipment and opportunities, as well as discuss the current state of the industry and trends for the future.

4 conferences for the price of 1!
This event is being held in conjunction with our:

When you register for one, you will have access to all four conferences! 

For Elected Tribal Council or Tribal Government/Enterprise Representatives

Group Rate (4 or more paid from same tribe or entity)

For Other Industry Professionals

Pechanga Casino & Resort - Healthcare Conference

Pechanga Resort & Casino

45000 Pechanga Pkwy
Temecula, California 92592
(888) 732-4264

Group Code: 4585186
Cut-off Date: May 7th, 2019
Room Rate: $184

CLICK HERE to book your rooms online.

You can book your rooms online or by calling Hotel Reservations (888-732-4264) and mentioning Native Nations Events 2019 Conference and providing the booking code 4585186.

Gold Sponsor

Exhibitor

Interested in sponsoring? Inquire to view our sponsorship packages.

FOR INFORMATION ABOUT SPEAKING, SPONSORING AND EXHIBITING OPPORTUNITIES, CONTACT DAN O’CONNOR AT 201-857-5333 OR [email protected]

This event is being held in conjunction with our:

They will share one exhibit hall so when you sign up for one you will have access to all attendees, giving you the opportunity to network with hundreds of decision makers from throughout the U.S.

Tribal Healthcare Professionals, Government & Enterprise Representatives

“I already told my tribal leaders they must attend next year.”
– Sharon Stanphill, Health Operations Officer, Cow Creek Tribe

“A great avenue to network and gain updated information on trends in the Healthcare industry.”
– Wanda Manuel, Board of Director, Gila River Healthcare

“The information is very good for adding ideas to our communities and the resources to use in order to apply the ideas.”
– Leslie Moreno, Case Manager, YDWN

“Being at this conference as a speaker and attendee, you will gain a wealth of knowledge on what I have not thought about. We are all here to share and grow for our community to make them better. I encourage you to go.”
– Thomas Yazzie, Master Fitness Specialist, San Carlos Apache Healthcare Corp.

“Best experience ever, 2017 was my first time ever, and I’m back for 2018!”
– Laurene Sarracino, CHR Program Manager, Pueblo of Laguna CHR Program

“Great place to network with others on the importance of advancing Native outreach.”
– Amanda Rocha, Community Health Representative, Cold Springs Rancheria

“That the lineup of presenters was very informative and extremely valuable to you and your community and worthy of attending.”
– Jenelle Howard, Council Member, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community

“I would and have recommended this conference to many colleagues in Indian Country, simply stated its a chance to get a variety of knowledge in healthcare and share experiences when dealing with outside sources.”
– Natalie Abeita, Administrator/Executive Director, Pueblo of Isleta Assisted Living Facility


Sponsors & Exhibitors

“Very intimate, and we made great connections. I loved the ability to speak and establish credibility with the audience.”
– James Ashford, Business Director, Vision Care Direct

“Great venue and important for contacts in the healthcare industry. All around a great event that attracts quality people who have important roles in healthcare.”
– C. Kelley Thompson, RN PAC, Argentum Medical LLC

“Great opportunity for us to meet the remote facility personnel. Our company values the business and its challenges in working with the Indian Health System.”
– Judy Stuckey, Clinical Specialist, Nuo Therapeutics

“Having a booth this year helped us reach more prospective clients than simply attending. The conference is a good opportunity to meet leaders from tribes, learn about their challenges with employee health plans and share ways we can help.”
– Betsey Campbell, Employee Benefits Account Executive, IMA, Inc.