CHICKASAW NATION DIVISION OF HEALTH
Chickasaw Nation Medical Center
1921 Stonecipher Blvd.
Ada, Oklahoma 74820
Fax: (580) 272-1016
Director of Pharmacy:
Carrie Law, Pharm.D., BCPS
Residency Program Director:
Stacy Gee, PharmD, BCACP
(580) 436-3980 x81520
Type of training site:
Hospital and Ambulatory Care
ASHP-accredited PGY-1 residency program
The Chickasaw Nation Division of Health is made up of Chickasaw Nation Medical Center located in Ada and four outlying clinics in Purcell, Tishomingo, Durant, and Ardmore. The Chickasaw Division of Health provides services to over 40,000 Native Americans in south central Oklahoma. The Chickasaw Nation Medical Center is a 370,000 square-foot state-of-the-art health care facility. Features include a 72-bed hospital, level 3 emergency department, ambulatory care facility, diabetes care center, dental clinic, diagnostic imaging center, women's health center, administrative offices, and tribal health programs. In Fiscal Year 2012, there were 540,711 outpatient visits across all facilities, 3,082 inpatient visits, and 2,349 pharmacy therapeutic visits.
Rotational Experience opportunities:
Pharmacy-based anticoagulation and lipid clinics, diabetes education, pharmacokinetics,
drug information, hypertension, journal club, community pharmacy, and administration.
Ada is located 81 miles from Oklahoma City and 133 miles from Dallas, Texas,
so it provides the advantages of small town life, but big-city amenities are
just a short drive away. Ada is home to Wintersmith park for year round
enjoyment. Ada also has a country club for golf and tennis fans.
a tribal program that has a separate personnel system and application process. Contact
the program for further information.
CHICKASAW IS A TRIBAL LOCATION AND UTILIZES AN ALTERNATE HIRING/APPLICATION PROCESS FOR RESIDENCY THAN THE OTHER I.H.S. SITES. CHICKASAW IS PARTICIPATING IN THE ASHP MATCH.
Web site to apply: