Comprehensive Health Services
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 8am-5pm
1st Wednesday of the month the main clinic opens at 1 pm
Indian Health Care Resource Center promotes quality health care by providing culturally sensitive access to comprehensive medical services. Conforming to quality assurance and medical practice standards, IHCRC is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.Medical team (L to R) Claude Denize, PA-C, Shea Bowling, MD, Breanna Brumley, PA-C, David K. Haggard, MD, Mindie Campbell, PA-C, Michael Scott, MD, Dr. Warnock, MD and Sherry Warlick, CNM.
New Family Practice Physician - Dr. Ian Bushyhead, Cherokee
Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa (IHCRC) has added a new physician to the Medical Department. Ian Dow Bushyhead, DO, joined the IHCRC medical staff in June as a Family Practice Physician.
Dr. Bushyhead graduated from the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences with a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree in May 2008. He successfully completed a Family Practice Residency with OSU in June 2011. The last rotation of his residency was completed at IHCRC under the supervision of Michael Scott, MD, Medical Director. Dr. Bushyhead completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Science from OSU in 2000.
Prior to his rotation at IHCRC for his OSU residency program, Dr. Bushyhead held privileges as an Emergency Medicine Staff Physician at the Cleveland Area Hospital in Cleveland, Oklahoma and at the W. W. Hastings Indian Hospital in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Before he embarked on his medical career, Dr. Bushyhead worked for Lufthansa Technik and Bizjet International as a Project Director in Hamburg, Germany and a Marketing Manager in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He also had worked in Outside Sales and Service for the Tulsa-based Cherokee Hose and Supply Company.
While pursuing his degree in Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Bushyhead received scholarships from the Alumni Association (2007), Fifth Avenue Agency Morningstar Emergency Physicians (2007) and the Indian Health Services (2004-2005). During his undergraduate studies, he received a Hardesty Foundation Scholarship (2000) and a Native American Scholarship Award (1999).Read about IHCRC's new Nurse Practitioner and Lab Technician Kim Watson and Donna Shakleford
Everyone's favorite Pediatrician, Shea Bowling, MD returns to IHCRC
Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa's (IHCRC) Board of Trustees, management and staff are extremely excited to welcome back one of our all time favorite providers to the Active Staff. Known for her commitment to her patients and providing the best in healthcare, Dr. Shea Bowling will be returning to IHCRC on September 1, 2009 as staff Pediatrician. Since leaving employment with IHCRC in February 2006, Dr. Bowling has served as the Medical Director for The University of Oklahoma's Pediatric Clinic at the Schusterman Center in Tulsa.
Dr. Bowling first came to IHCRC in May 2003 as staff Pediatrician. Before coming to work for IHCRC, she had worked for both the Claremore Indian Hospital and W. W. Hastings Indian Hospital in Tahlequah. She received her medical degree from the University of Oklahoma in 1999. While attending OU, Dr. Bowling received the Daniel C. Plunkett award in Pediatrics, an IHS Health Professional Scholarship, and was nationally recognized with the Humanism in Medicine award. This year, Dr. Bowling received the Crimson Apple Teaching Award from OU. In 2005, Dr. Bowling received the Urban Merit award from the Oklahoma City Area Indian Health Service Area Director, Rookie of the Year award from the Oklahoma City Area Indian Health Service Director and became a charter member of the Gold Humanism Honor Society.