“Building Health, Building Community”: Tsali Care Center’s Commitment to Community Well-Being

The Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority is proud to announce the campaign theme selected to help launch the new Tsali Care Center Facility this Fall:  “Building Health, Building Community.” This theme underscores the significant investment made in the facility and its role in enhancing the overall well-being of the community.


Tsali Care Center, soon to be located adjacent to the Cherokee Indian Hospital, is not just a building; it is a symbol of a $120 million investment by the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians in the health and welfare of the community. “Building Health, Building Community” encapsulates CIHA’s commitment to providing top-notch healthcare facilities that truly matter.


The 135,000-square-foot, two-story facility, with its 120 private rooms, skilled nursing, assisted living, memory care units, and a state-of-the-art dialysis center, is more than just a healthcare facility. It’s a cornerstone of community health, providing essential services and support to all residents needing long-term care options.


Beyond Brick and Mortar

“Building Health, Building Community” highlights that Tsali Care Center is about more than just physical infrastructure. It’s about building a healthier, stronger, and more vibrant community where everyone can access high-quality care when they need it the most.


This campaign celebrates the collaboration between the Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority and the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians, who together, are shaping the future of healthcare for Western North Carolina, ensuring it is equitable, accessible, and world-class.


To learn more about the new Tsali Care Center Facility, visit www.cherokeehospital.org/locations/tsali-care-center/.

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