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Director's Corner

Bakersfield American Indian Health Project (BAIHP) is a Public Health Case Management and Referral Program that focuses on improving the access and utilization of quality health care services for the urban American Indian population of Bakersfield, California. Our Team is committed to this purpose.
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Director's
Corner

M. Angel Galvez, BS, MAOL

M. Angel Galvez, BS, MAOL

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Mr. Angel Galvez was born and raised in Woodville Labor Camp, California. He has worked in the Indian health field with a vision of serving everyone with dignity and respect, starting as Chief Operating Officer for the Tule River Indian Health Clinic-Tule Reservation, and eventually serving as the CEO of the Bakersfield American Indian Health Project.

BAIHP Mission Statement

BAIHP, Inc. will provide an unparalleled patient experience as the most trusted service provider for Native American health. Our Mission: To serve the American Indian and Alaska Native people residing in Kern County by providing the services which contribute to the health and vitality of the community in a respectful manner with high regard for cultural values, tribal affiliation, spiritual and personal values of individuals.

As a measure of strengthening and improving Bakersfield American Indian Health Project’s services, BAIHP has partnered with California State University of Bakersfield to perform SWOT of our services. Please help us improve by taking the following survey that best applies to you:

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