Clinics / Offices

Phone: (684) 633-2610 • Fax: (684) 633-2618
Ofu office phone: (684) 655-1103 • Tau office phone: (684) 677-3477 or (684) 677-3474; Fitiuta (684) 677-6181; Olosega (684) 655-7550

The American Samoa WIC has one main clinic and three satellite clinics (Amouli, Leone, Tafuna) and offices in the Manu’a islands of Tau and Ofu. The Main Clinic is located in Utulei and serves the villages of: Afono, Atuu, Aua, Fagaalu, Faganeanea, Fagasa, Fagatogo, Fatumafuti, Laulii, Leloaloa, Matuu, Pago Pago, Satala, Utulei, and Vatia. The two offices on the Manu’a islands are located in Tau and Ofu. The Tau office serves the villages of Faleasao, Fitiuta and Tau. The Ofu office serves the villages of Ofu and Olosega.
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Amouli

Amouli Clinic is located in the Department of Health Community Health Center in Amouli and serves the villages of: Alao, Alega, Alofau, Auasi, Amaua, Amouli, Aoa, Aunu’u Auto, Avaio, Fagaitua, Masausi, Masefau, Onenoa, Sa’ilele, Tula, and Utumea (Eastern).

Phone: (684) 622-7534

Leone

Leone Clinic is located in the Department of Health Community Health Center in Leone and serves the villages of: Afao, Agagulu, Amaluia, Amanave, Asili, Fagalii, Failolo, Futiga, Leone, Lepuapua, Malaeloa, Malota, Nua/Seetaga, Poloa, Puapua, Taputimu, and Vailoatai.

Phone: (684) 688-7434

Tafuna

Tafuna Clinic is located in the Center for Families of Individuals with Developmental Disabilities (CFIDD) building in Lion’s Park at Tasi Street and serves clients from the following villages of: Iliili, Petesa, Tafuna and Vaitogi.

Phone: (684) 699-2600/699-2601

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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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