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COVID-19 and Flu Clinic


We now have an easy way to schedule your flu shot or get a COVID-19 test. Please call 918-588-1900 and select option 1 to schedule your appointment. At your appointment time please pull into one of the reserved spaces numbered 1-6 at the front of the building. Call the phone number on the sign when you arrive and let us know which parking spot you are in.

Covid-19 Screening


August 4, 2020


You will be screened at the front door. IF you screen POSITIVE, you will be sent to the isolation (walk-in) area to be re-screened by a nurse. This process can take up to 15 minutes.

Please be aware, with all the processes we have in place to protect you, other patients, and staff, you need to arrive at IHCRC at least 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time.

Please remember if you are dishonest with any of the screening symptoms or questions, you may be dismissed as a patient.


June 1, 2020

Beginning June 1, 2020 IHCRC will have new hours of operation to better serve your before and after work needs. The clinic will now be open at 6:45 am and will close at 6:00 pm, Monday through Friday. The first Friday of the month, the clinic will close at noon.

Walk-in hours beginning June 1st have also changed.  Walk-in hours are now 6:45 am to 5:00 pm on Mondays and 6:45 am to 5:15 pm Tuesday through Friday with the exception of the first Friday of every month.

PLEASE NOTE: Department specific hours may vary.

Native American Youth Summit Shirt Mocku


September 24, 2020

Don't wait another day. The first 150 youth to register AND log-in the day of the event win one of these custom t-shirts and a bag full of other items.


It's the Native American Youth Summit 2020 on November 7, 2020. This year it is ALL VIRTUAL! Find out more by clicking on the t-shirt picture. Register TODAY!



June 29, 2020

Our YouTube page is growing!  Be certain to check it out. There are fun videos, exercise videos, videos for youth. Click on the pic to see what's new.

Covid 19



We understand that a lot of information is out there regarding the coronavirus or COVID-19. As you health care provider, we want you to have information you can trust. Therefore, we have added a page specifically for COVID-19. Please visit this page before calling the clinic. If you have a specific question or still need answers after visiting this page, feel free to email info@ihcrc.org or call your medical team at (918) 588-1900.


September 14, 2020

RefillPro is a free app available for smart phone users to quickly and easily manage their prescriptions.


Download Instructions

Search RefillPro in your device's app store and download for free. If you are viewing this page on a mobile device you may use the links below to download the app.

RefillPro for Apple Devices

RefillPro for Android Devices


After you have downloaded the app please enter 918-382-1270 to get started.


June 1, 2020

Please note the following guidelines designed to keep everyone safe and healthy.


  • Everyone entering the building will continue to be screened.

  • Everyone is required to wear mask. If someone refuses to wear a mask, they will be asked to leave. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you. You must keep your mask on and covering your nose and mouth while you are in the clinic unless a provider asks you to remove.

  • Medications are only available at our drive thru pharmacy.



IHCRC is a non-emergency outpatient clinic. Citizens of any federally recognized Tribes or Nations may seen here. Services are available for the entire family.


Basically, we function like a doctor's office. We are not an urgent care facility although some same day appointments may be available. We recommend you call the Triage Nurse to see if a same day visit is necessary or possible.


Sometimes we all need a little help staying healthy. Our Registered Dietitians make certain you know how to cook the right foods for you, even if you are on a budget.A variety of healthy "exercise" programs are also available. Whether you like pickle ball, yoga, stationary bikes, running, or walking, you will find it here. Click the picture for more information.


IHCRC's goal is to be the employer of choice and that means giving our employees the resources, support, and benefits to accommodate life’s essentials and to promote healthy lifestyles.

IHCRC is a great place to work. In fact, we are one of The Journal Record's 2019 Best Places to Work in Oklahoma.

A wide variety of careers are available at IHCRC. From medical professionals to drivers, everyone is important to the health of our patients.

If you are interested in joining a winning team, click on the picture for more information.


Members of ANY federally recognized tribe and their dependents under the age of 18 are eligible to receive care at Indian Health Care Resource Center.You do not need insurance to be a patient at IHCRC. All services provided at IHCRC are free.

Your whole family may be seen if they are a member of a federally recognized tribe or they are a dependent of a member of a tribe and are under the age of 18.





Healthy Start



Digital Imaging


IHCRC offers a wide variety of events from our Annual Restoring Harmony Powwow to Dance of the Two Moons, our annual fundraising event for youth programs.

New events are added all the time, so check back often.


We understand that health is really about the whole person. So, our holistic approach includes the availability of a comprehensive behavioral health department.

The department includes licensed psychiatrists (adult and children), psychologists, counselors, drug and alcohol counselors, and social workers. Learn more by clicking on the picture. Services are  culturally sensitive, respecting the religious and healing orientation of each client.


IHCRC has a variety of programs for every age. From our new Coffee Hour and A Half for individuals 60 and over to our Little Sparks for expecting parents, IHCRC has something for everyone. Some programs only happen once a year (like camp), while others are ongoing. Click on the picture to learn more about our programs.



Medical: 6:45am to 6:00pm

Walk-ins: 6:45am to 5:00pm


Tuesday through Friday

Medical: 6:45am to 6pmpm

Walk-ins: 6:45am to 5:15pm

First Friday of Every Month

Medical: 6:45am to Noon

The clinic is closed on all Federal Holidays.


After Hours Care - 918-342-6200 (Claremore Indian Hospital)

For medical emergencies dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

For after hours nurse advice, please call 918-588-1900, then press 3.

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550 South Peoria -  Tulsa, OK 74120 - 918-588-1900