Indian Health Service The Federal Health Program for American Indians and Alaska Natives
Pawnee Indian Health Center
The Pawnee Indian Health Center is a modern, 67,000 square ft. facility completed in 2004. Each year, the Center provides approximately 38,000 outpatient visits to its patients. The facility provides quality healthcare to patients through a multitude of primary care services and specialty services including cardiology, pediatrics, diabetic counseling, rheumatology, wound care, and women's health, and is equipped with on-site diagnostic services including mammography, ultrasound, CT, and general x-ray.
The Office of Environmental Health and Engineering (OEH&E) Sanitation Facilities Construction (SFC) and Environmental Health (EH) Programs are located at Pawnee Indian Health Center. The SFC program works with Tribes and communities to assist in the provision of safe drinking water, wastewater disposal, and solid waste disposal for Tribal communities and Indian homes. The EH program works with Tribal programs that have direct interactions with the public (food establishments, childcare facilities, etc.,) to ensure that the programs provide safe and reliable services to the Tribal communities they serve.
Chief Executive Officer: CDR Seneca Smith
Administrative Officer: CAPT (Ret) Pearl Dry
1201 Heritage Circle
Pawnee, OK 74058
Hours of Operation
Clinic hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Who should I call?
Main Office - 918-762-2517
Clinical Services Available
- Behavioral Health
- Family Medicine
- Health Education
- Physical Therapy
- Public Health Nursing
- Radiology Services
Ancillary Services Available
- Contract Health Services
- Environmental Health and Engineering
- Medical Records
- Pawnee Benefit Package Program
Pawnee Service Unit
If you have questions regarding care available in the Pawnee Service Unit, please contact Ms. Kristie Choate at 918-762-6617.