Kanesha Quanimptewa is a Community Health Representative with the Hopi Tribe Community Health Representative (CHR) Program. Being on the frontline of public health workers for over seven years has made her an expert in patient care and ensures the welfare of all our community members from infants to elderly.
Ms. Quanimptewa is currently an Instructor for the Chronic Pain Self –Management Program, and a member of the Hopi Health Care Center Chronic Pain Management Committee.
Kanesha is an enrolled member of the Hopi Tribe and currently resides in the Village of Paaqavi with her 2 children and is of the Coyote Clan.
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