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Our phase two expansion project will add 62,000 square feet to the existing clinic, reinforcing the organization's commitment to providing comprehensive and culturally sensitive healthcare services to the American Indian community. This expansion will enable the clinic to enhance its existing services and introduce a range of much-needed specialty services, catering to the diverse healthcare needs of the Native American community. 


"Since the founding of our organization, I have witnessed firsthand the impact we have had on the lives of American Indians in Tulsa. As we broke ground for our expansion, I was filled with gratitude for our dedicated team and community supporters who have enabled us to grow into the clinic we are today," said Carmelita Skeeter, IHCRC Chief Executive Officer. "This expansion will further strengthen our ability to provide comprehensive healthcare services, ensuring a brighter and healthier future for our community." 


The expansion will provide improved access to critical services for patients including the expansion of pharmacy, dental, and optometry services. Additionally, the expansion will introduce new specialty services such as occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, and more, providing patients with access to a wider range of specialized care options within the Tulsa area.


IHCRC has been serving the community since 1976 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the health and well-being of American Indians. The clinic remains steadfast in its mission to provide quality comprehensive healthcare to Tulsa area Indian people in a culturally sensitive manner that promotes good health, well-being, and harmony. 

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