Don’t Put Your Health on Hold Chapa-De Indian Health Auburn Grass Valley | Medical Clinic

Don’t Put Your Health on Hold

Don’t Put Your Health on Hold

Chapa-De Indian Health Auburn Grass Valley | Medical Clinic

Today is National Call Your Doctor Day! We want to use this opportunity to encourage everyone to call their healthcare providers. National Call Your Doctor Day was started by Bright Pink, and is celebrated on the second Tuesday in June each year. Calling your healthcare provider can help you stay on top of your health, especially amidst the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. 

Why You Should Call Your Doctor

Maintaining regular communication with your health care team is very important. You should not only call your provider when something is wrong. It is important to be seen for regular check-ups when you are healthy. This way, your health team can better help you if you get sick.

It is important to remember that now is not the time to put your health on hold. Please do not wait to contact your care team if you have a chronic condition, need ongoing treatment or have a new concern. Delaying care can be dangerous for your health.

How Chapa-De Can Help

At Chapa-De, our team stands ready to serve you during the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Most of our services are still available to existing patients. We are also accepting new patients and continue to proudly serve American Indians, Alaska Natives, Medi-Cal & Medicare patients and the uninsured.

We offer a variety of ways to see your Chapa-De providers. We are utilizing telehealth and telephone visits when possible. We also offer in-person visits when necessary.

To learn more about Telehealth services, check out our Telehealth Blog HERE.

To learn more about how Chapa-De is working to keep our team members and patients safe, check out the latest update from our CEO, Lisa Davies by clicking HERE.

What Our Providers Are Saying

“During this time our patients are our top priority. We’ve made a lot of changes to help care for our patients while also protecting against COVID-19. Before every visit we are asking ourselves what each individual patient needs and how we can accomplish it in the most convenient and safe way. Some patients are best served at home with a video visit. Others need to come in for care or tests. For those who aren’t feeling well, we come out to their car to care for them. We are here and ready to do everything we can for our patients – that hasn’t changed.”  Alinea Stevens, Medical Director and Physician at Chapa-De Indian Health  

For more information visit our website at To contact our Auburn clinic, call 530-887-2800 and for our Grass Valley clinic, call 530-477-8545.


Chapa-De provides medical care, dental care, optometry, behavioral health, pharmacy services and much more.

Serving all American Indian, Low Income and Limited Income Community Members


Chapa-De Indian Healthcare Auburn Grass Valley