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Welcome to Indian Health Care Resource Center (IHCRC)! We look forward to the opportunity to care for you and your family. Please contact us at 918-588-1900 if you have any questions. In the meantime we have tried to answer a few of the regular questions for you (see FAQ below).

Complete a New Patient Packet for each person. Children (pediatrics) and adults have different packets.


Charts will not be created until the new patient packet and patient questionnaire have been completed.


Patient Welcome Packet

Acknowledgment of Privacy Practices

Advance Directives for Health Care

Consent to Health Care for Minor

Patient Rights and Responsibilities

Receive Private Health Information

Disclose Private Health Information

​When completed, please bring copies of the following information for EACH person to the clinic. We are not accepting documentation via email at this time. 


  • Completed New Patient Packet

  • CDIB or Tribal Membership Card

  • Photo ID

  • Social Security Card

  • Insurance, Medicare or Medicaid (Soonercare) Information

  • Children 18 and Under – Birth Certificate

  • Newborns and Children Under 1 – Birth Certificate or Birth Record, Social Security Card if Available

Please take a moment to read the Patient Handbook.

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  • Who can be seen at IHCRC?
    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.
  • Do I need insurance?
    You do not need insurance to be a patient at IHCRC. However, we welcome individuals with SoonerCare, Medicaid, Medicare, VA TRICARE, and private insurance. We do encourage new patients without insurance to meet with one of our Patient Benefit Coordinators. These individuals can help you decide if SoonerCare and/or the ACA are right for you. While our services are free, having insurance makes certain you have the emergency and specialty care you need when you need it.
  • How much does it cost?
    All services provided at IHCRC are free. People with insurance are not even required to pay a co-pay.
  • Can my whole family be seen at IHCRC?
    Yes 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. We have services for children, youth, adults, and elders.
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