Chickasaw Nation Medical Center

  • 1921 Stonecipher Blvd
  • Ada



About the Chickasaw Nation

The mission of the Chickasaw Nation is “To enhance the overall quality of life of the Chickasaw people.

Today, the Chickasaw Nation is economically strong, culturally vibrant and full of energetic people dedicated to the preservation of family, community and heritage. Since the 1980's, tribal government has focused efforts on building an economically diverse base to generate funds that will support programs and services to Indian people. Business has flourished, programs and services have grown, and the quality of life for all Chickasaws has been greatly enhanced.

The Chickasaw Nation's current department-based system of government was established with the ratification of the 1983 Chickasaw Nation Constitution. Elected officials defined in the Constitution adhere to a unified commitment to ensure governmental policies serve the common good of all Chickasaw citizens. This common good extends to future generations as well as today’s citizens. The structure of the current government encourages and supports infrastructure for strong business ventures and an advanced tribal economy. The Chickasaw Nation uses new technologies and dynamic business strategies in a global market.

As in times past, the Chickasaw work ethic is very much a part of everyday life today. Monies generated in business are divided between investments for further diversification of enterprises and support of tribal government operations, programs and services for Chickasaw people.

This unique system is key to the Chickasaw Nation's efforts to pursue self-sufficiency and self-determination which helps ensure that Chickasaws stay a united and thriving people.

About the Medical Center

Chickasaw Nation Medical Center is a 72-bed facility which includes robust inpatient and outpatient services to include inpatient medicine and ICU, ED, general and specialty surgery, anesthesia, podiatry, OB-GYN, pediatrics, primary care, psychiatry, behavioral health, specialty outpatient services to include rheumatology, dermatology, cardiology, nephrology, infectious disease, and infusion clinic, endocrinology and specialty diabetes care, pathology, optometry and ophthalmology, inpatient and outpatient pharmacy,  audiology, residency clinic, imaging, pulmonary services and social work.

Additional Services Offered:

  • WIC Supplemental Nutrition Program
  • Dietician
  • Multi-disciplinary simulation and skills lab
  • Home Health

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