By Tim Leeds 

North Dakota doctor from Fort Belknap featured in Indian Health Service video series


February 13, 2020

Photo courtesy U.S. Indian Health Service

Dr. Amber Tincher, left, acting clinical director at Fort Yates Hospital in North Dakota, visits with a patient in the hospital.

A medical doctor with north-central Montana roots is the first person who tells their story in an Indian Health Services video series about its employees' service, dedication and discovery.

The I Am IHS campaign "shines a spotlight on individuals from across IHS and their commitment to the IHS mission," a release from IHS said.

"The I Am IHS campaign is about telling our employees' unique stories," IHS Principal Deputy Director Rear Adm. Michael D. Weahkee said in the release. "The campaign will highlight our talented and dedicated workforce who selflessly serve our patients across...

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