Family Medicine

Family Medicine

Family physicians deliver a range of acute, chronic and preventative medical care services at all Choctaw Nation health clinics.

Eligibility

  • CNHSA Eligibility Guidelines
  • Must have a medical chart with a CNHSA health facility or:
    • CDIB, letter of descendancy, or tribal membership card from a federally recognized tribe
    • Social security card
    • Photo identification card (driver's license)
    • Current insurance information such as Medicare, Medicaid, or Private Insurance
  • For children under 19 years of age, the following documents are required:
    • Child's CDIB or a copy of either parent's CDIB
    • State issued birth certificate or hospital birth record issued by an Indian Health Service or tribal facility

How to Apply

To schedule an appointment, please call 918-567-7000 or 800-349-7026

Additional Information

Family Medicine providers deliver a range of acute, chronic and preventive medical care services. In addition to diagnosing and treating illness, they also provide preventive care, including routine checkups, health-risk assessments, and immunizations. Many Choctaw Nation Family Practice clinics participate in what is called the Improving Patient Care (IPC) initiative. The aim of the IPC initiative is to improve patient health through an efficient team approach by providing access, providing comprehensive care and involving patients in their care through education and empowerment. All Choctaw Nation clinics offer Family Medicine as a core service.

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