Tucson, Arizona

The design of the Pasuca Yaqui Health Care Clinic expresses the cultural approach to healing juxtaposed with Western trends in health.  Set in rural Arizona, the clinic reflects health care reforms currently pervading modern medicine.  The facility includes a dialysis unit, administration, health planning, diabetic services, physical therapy, community health, and a state-of-the-art conference center. The mission of the Pascua Yaqui Tribal Health Program is to promote the highest possible standard for health and well-being of tribal members and their families within all Yoeme communities.

Principal Architect Frank Mascia FAIA, ACHA
Owner/Client Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona
Date Completed July 1997
Size of Project 31,300 SF New Construction on 4.7 acres
Construction Estimate $3,000,000
Construction Cost $2,900,000
Cost/Square Foot $107