The United Indian Health Services Compliance Program, established by the Board of Directors, is one of the key components supporting our commitment to high standards of corporate conduct.

The compliance program is a tool to strengthen the company’s efforts to detect and prevent violations of law or company policy. While a compliance program does not assure that improper conduct will be eliminated, it is the expectation of UIHS that associates will comply with the Code of Conduct and the policies established in support thereof. In the event that UIHS becomes aware of diversion from policy, we will investigate, take disciplinary action and implement corrective actions to prevent future occurrences when appropriate.

Written Standards

United Indian Health Services’ Code of Conduct is our written statement of ethical practices that direct our daily operations. The Code of Conduct establishes our expection of management, employees, and contractors to act in accordance with applicable laws and company policy.

United Indian Health Services’ records management, retention, and destruction procedures support the maintenance of complete, accurate, and high-quality records. Our records are retained in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations, and policies.


All persons seeking answers to questions or reporting potential violations of law should know with whom to speak for thoughtful answers without fear of retaliation. United Indian Health Services expects that employees and affected contractors will inform the company of any known or suspected offense. It is expected that when comfortable doing so, the concerned party should report concerns to his or her supervisor. For those instances when the individual is not comfortable with this avenue, the company has established an anonymous reporting system entitled “the Hotline”.

The hotline number is (707) 825-1027. No matter which avenue is pursued, United Indian Health Services emphasizes that raised concerns will be treated with respect and confidentiality.