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If you have a fever, cough, shortness of breath or reason to believe you have been exposed to the Coronavirus, please call the same day appointment line at (918) 332-4363. If you reach the recording, please leave one message and a nurse will return your call. To schedule a vaccination appointment, call (918) 332-4478.
Do you need your flu shot? Flu vaccines are available Tues–Fri from 1pm–4:30pm.To be eligible, you must have an open chart with NTHS or be an adult with a photo ID and CDIB card if you do not have a chart. Pediatrics must be active patients with an open chart.
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To schedule a medical appointment for an established patient, please call (918) 332-4478. For same day medical appointments, established patients must call (918) 332-4363 Mon-Fri starting at 7:30am.
Patients who have not seen a medical provider in the last two years must follow the same guidelines as new patients. Please read New Patient Appointments section for instructions.
Patients needing to schedule a new patient appointment with a medical provider, must call the New Patient Appointment line at (918) 332-4430, beginning at 8:00 a.m. on the first Wednesday of the month. Patients must leave a voice message, with your name, date of birth and a callback number. Patients will be scheduled for an available appointment, for the following month in the order in which the messages are received. When the total number of messages received meets or exceeds the number of appointments available, the outgoing message on the voicemail will be changed, advising patients that all appointments are full, and patients will need to call back the following month. Once all appointment slots are full, any remaining patients who have left messages will be contacted and their name will be placed on a waiting list. In the event of a cancellation, patients may be contacted for an available appointment slot from the names on the waiting list.
NTHS is not an Emergency Room. Time is valuable in the case of heart attack and stroke. Patients having an emergency, i.e. chest pain, severe abdominal pain, extreme shortness of breath, stroke symptoms, should call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
If less urgent but not a minor problem, patients should go to the Claremore Indian Hospital's 24 hour emergency room located at Will Rogers Blvd. and Moore Street in Claremore, OK.
101 South Moore Street, Claremore, Ok 74017 (918) 342-6200.
Patients may also go to W.W. Hastings Hospital in Tahlequah, OK.
100 S. Bliss Ave, Tahlequah, OK 74464.
(918) 458-3100 or toll free (877) 838-310
Patients receiving emergency care at any non Indian facility must report the visit to NTHS Purchased Referred Care Department at (918) 332-4470 within 72 hours from the beginning of care. The medical data about each case is evaluated by the Purchased Referred Care Review Committee to determine priority for payment.
Northeastern Tribal Health system strives to promote good health and prevent disease while providing quality health care to the surrounding Native American Community.
Northeastern Tribal Health system aims to empower and educate the surrounding Native American Community to achieve and maintain the best possible health.
The Northeastern Tribal Health System staff and facility will serve as a prime resource and advocate for health in the surrounding Native American Community, linking it to the health care system, actively identifying existing and evolving health care needs, and striving to meet those needs.
With years of experience, our medical team will assess you and create a custom recovery plan that's right for you. We understand the importance of educating you on the most effective ways to take care of your body, so that you can heal quickly.
Not only will our doctors treat your existing conditions, we also work to prevent pain and illness from occurring. We strive to help you improve your quality of life, achieve your wellness goals, and heal your body to live your best life possible.
Patients, staff, family and community will value each other and treat one another with courtesy and consideration.
Northeastern Tribal Health System staff is part of a team, which also includes the surrounding Native American Community, individual patients, family members, and other health care resources.
We strive to be aware of the Native American Community’s needs and to find ways to address those needs.
We work toward health and well being in all aspects—physical, psychological, social, and spiritual—of the lives of our patients, staff, families, and surrounding Native American community.
Rational, effective, cooperative, and compassionate use of limited resources to accomplish the mission and promote long-term health and function of the surrounding Native American community.