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Have a Safe and Happy Holidays

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic will be closed the following dates: November 27th & 28th, December 25th & 26th, and January 1st

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“FILL THE BOX” Toy Drive

Decorated “drop off” boxes are located in the lobby at the main clinic 4913 W. Reno Ave. and in  administration office on the 3rd floor at 5208 W. Reno Ave. Our goal is to fill twelve (12) boxes by December … Continue reading

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Native American Benefit Concert

Friday December 5th, 2014 at Rose State College.  Admission: a new unwrapped toy or article of clothing for a child ages birth -17 years old.

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Affordable Care Act

Read this information and see the benefits of the health care law for American Indians and Alaska Natives, whether you have insurance now, want to purchase affordable insurance through the Health Insurance Marketplace, or take advantage of SoonerCare.

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Oklahoma City Indian Clinic

Since 1974, the Oklahoma City Indian Clinic has worked diligently to provide excellent health care to American Indians, with the goal of becoming the national model for American Indian health care.

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Harmon-y Pediatric Clinic IMMEDIATE APPOINTMENTS NOW AVAILABLE!

The newly renovated Harmon-y Pediatric Clinic is now open. It specializes in new-born babies, children and adolescents up through 17 years old. Appointments are now available with little to no wait time.

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OKCIC Everett Rhoades, MD Medical Building

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic expanding services to meet the growing needs of our Native American patient population. Services at the 5208 W. Reno building include Wellness Center, Public Health, Behavioral Health, Physical Therapy, Harmon-y Pediatrics and more.

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CARES – Capital Campaign

Donations will go towards building a new pharmacy directly west of the main clinic.  The new pharmacy will feature a drive-thru, private consultation rooms and the ability to fill twice as many prescriptions.  

Online Prescription Refill

IMPORTANT MESSAGE
ATTENTION PATIENTS

The pharmacy has switched to a new refill phone system. Internet refills and the refill mobile app will NOT be available to use. All refills will have to be called in through the telephone.

Please listen carefully to the menu options when you call in for a refill. The phone system will ask you for your chart number and your prescription number. During this conversion, please allow 5 business days for the pharmacy to refill your prescription.

The new auto-notify system is now available for use. The system will alert you via phone call or text when your prescription is ready. To enroll in the program, please fill out the auto-notify enrollment sheet below and select the option you wish to receive notifications. Return the form to the pharmacy to complete your enrollment. If you have any questions, please contact the pharmacy staff at (405)948-4900.

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Upcoming Events

Dec 2, 2014

Zumba

Dec 3, 2014

Stress Support Group

Dec 4, 2014

Get SET Yoga

Find Your Doctor

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Care Teams

After-Hours Care

If you need emergency care: Chickasaw Nation Medical Center in Ada is the nearest Indian health care Emergency Room (ER). If you need urgent ER care, go to the nearest ER and notify Contract Health Services within 72 hours at 951-6075 to see if payment assistance is available.

If you are sent to the ER by Oklahoma City Indian Clinic, you (the patient) need to notify Contract Health Services.

Appointment Information

Please note that due to the high volume of patients we serve daily, we do not see walk-in patients. If you need an unscheduled visit, please contact your care team at 405-948-4900. Find appointment instructions, forms and insurance information here.

News & Announcements

Cold and Flu Prevention

In preparation for the cold and flu season, we’d like to share the following good health habits. Vaccination along with following these recommendations can help protect you and those around you from influenza. Avoid close contact. Avoid close contact with … Continue reading

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Oklahoma City Indian Clinic notifies patients of compromise of personal information

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Indian Clinic recently notified 6,044 patients that their names, email addresses and clinic-specific patient numbers were compromised after the following event: On July 28, 2014, an email was sent from the clinic to 360 patients … Continue reading