The clinic at Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation will be closed Friday through Monday to allow a move to a new permanent temporary location, Tribal officials said Thursday.
Neal Rosette said staff members of the health board will be working through the weekend to move the clinic to its old location, which has housed the Chippewa Cree Tribal offices after the new clinic was built.
Use of the offices and the clinic were lost during heavy flooding in June. The Tribal offices were moved to the TANF offices at the reservation, and will remain there for the time being while the clinic moves back into its old location.
Rosette said work to build a new clinic is in the planning stages. The facilities, expected to be open Tuesday, will remain in its old building until a new clinic is erected.