We are mindful, transparent, and live passionately.
We plan and build for longevity.
We value honesty, commitment, creativity, and innovation.
We celebrate authenticity, teamwork, humility.
We put patients and employees first, and then everyone else-servant leadership.
We value culture, language, and identity; equity and equality for all.
We believe in fostering collaborative relationships with mutual benefit.
We never compromise our ethical and moral code of conduct.
Originally established in 1997, The Bakersfield American Indian Health Project (BAIHP) is an Urban Indian health program funded by the Indian Health Service as an outreach and referral center. It is the only Indian health care facility in Kern County. BAIHP serves a client population representative of over 220 tribes across the nation, whom currently reside in Kern County.