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Indian Health Service The Federal Health Program for American Indians and Alaska Natives

Oklahoma City Area

Carnegie Indian Health Center

The Town of Carnegie is a vibrant community of 1,723 people located on the western edge of Caddo County, Oklahoma. Carnegie is located on the western edge of Caddo County, almost due west of Anadarko twenty-seven miles. Early settlement in the area straddled both sides of the Washita River with the early community being called Latham. As there was already a town by that name in the territory, the settlement changed its name to Carnegie, in honor of steel magnate and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie.

The Carnegie Indian Health Center relocated from the Kiowa Tribal Complex to this newly constructed facility in 2011. The clinic provides outpatient medical care to patients of all ages with one full time family medicine provider. Pediatrics, Podiatry, Nursing, and Optometry specialty clinics are offered weekly.
Carnegie Indian Health Center

Hours

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Monday-Friday; Closed on Federal Holidays

Facility Director

Linda Bailey
linda.bailey@ihs.gov
214 East 4th
Carnegie, Oklahoma 73015
580-654-1100

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