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March 2, 2021
Last week, Senator Mark Kelly got the chance to hear directly from Deb Haaland, President Biden’s choice to lead the Department of the Interior. Her confirmation hearing, before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, provided a wonderful opportunity for all Americans to learn more about this remarkable woman, who is supremely qualified to steward our nation’s public lands.
Haaland was born in Winslow, Arizona and grew up in a military family: her father was a 30-year combat Marine who was awarded the Silver Star medal for saving six lives in Vietnam. Her mother was a Navy veteran. Like most military families, Haaland moved frequently and attended 13 public schools across the country before her family settled in Albuquerque, near her traditional homeland.
Haaland is an enrolled member of the Pueblo of Laguna and has Jemez Pueblo heritage. If confirmed, she will become the first-ever Native American cabinet secretary. Just writing those words takes my breath away.
March 2, 2021
Lolma and welcome to the Hopi Times. The past few weeks have been extremely busy with work and school that we have not been able to provide any updates.
Initially, this site was created as a way to provide our Hopi Senom with real time COVID-19 data, as well as, related news. Especially since our tribal web master(s) was extremely slow to provide this much needed information.
Now that most of us have received one of the vaccines, there is less need to post statistical data on recent cases. This is not to say that we are out of harms way since there are variants of SARS-CoV-2 and some may affect our people in negative ways. As with any virus, there is the potential for the virus to mutate and possibly render the vaccine(s) ineffective. So please, please do not let our guard down. Please continue to practice social distancing, mask up, wash your hands and do not forget how deadly this virus can be.
If you have any ideas for how this site can be of use for the Hopi Senom, off and on the reservation, please share using the form below. We always welcome your input and continue to seek contributors.
February 20, 2021
Anishinaabe elder and grandmother Chickadee Richard says the game is a chance to show everyone what Anishinaabe culture is about
February 20, 2021
Please take some time to review the Buy Indian Act using the link below. Kwa’kway.
February 17, 2021
Current Opening – Janitor (part-time)
CLOSING DATE: Open until filled
The Janitor will be responsible for cleaning the HTI buildings and maintaining the outside premises which includes performing basic maintenance and landscaping work at all HTI buildings located on the Hopi Reservation. Cleaning utilizing various soaps, chemicals, waxes and cleaning tools, machines and equipment.
- Experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
- Possess a valid Arizona Driver License.
- Pass a background check.
Please call the Keams Canyon Office at (928) 738-4674, Flagstaff Office (928) 522-8428, or email email@example.com.
Source: Hopi Tutuveni
February 11, 2021
Lolma. There is a new position open at the Hopi Health Care Center for a Contact Representative. It appears this position is being re-advertisement to solicit more applicants.
The Contact Representative position is located at the Hopi Health Care Center in Polacca, AZ. This position serves as a liaison and resource between the inpatient, outpatient and Emergency Departments, patients, families, visitors, and others, in support of the patient’s interests, and works with supervisors and managers to resolve potential problems and/or customer service complaints. The incumbent will report to the Chief Executive Officer.
- Serves as the primary point of contact to prevent, minimize, or resolve customer service complaints, seeks solutions for unresolved needs and to find better outcomes as the patient, families, and others navigate through the IHS health care delivery system.
- Ensures patients are aware of their rights, distributing and explaining the provisions of the “Patient Bill of Rights,” and supporting their interests if violations of those principles occur.
- Provides information to patients of their benefits, privileges, obligations or rights as patients.
- Receives complaints from patients, their families or others regarding hospital care and other services provided. Determines if complaint or issue has been discussed with medical providers or others involved.
- Works closely with the medical and nursing staff to coordinate discharge planning activities, explaining to patients when necessary, the continuing treatment required and local resources available upon their return home.
- Develops and maintains a sound working relationship/liaison with community resources to expedite maximum utilization of existing resources via the referral process.