Prescriptions may be picked up at one of our two drive-thru lanes or in the pharmacy utilizing the dedicated entrance.There are two options available to request prescription refills and check on refill status.
Sign up for text notifications in the pharmacy or call 918-382-1270.
IHCRC does not fill medications prescribed by physicians who do not work at IHCRC.
IHCRC partners with the Cherokee Nation to offer the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program at our facility. WIC provides nutrition and health education, supplemental food benefits, and breastfeeding education to eligible women, infants and children. Eligible clients include children under the age of five, pregnant or breastfeeding women, and women up to six months postpartum.
Having trouble remembering to take your medications? Unsure how to use your inhaler?
Ask your physician or nurse to refer you to the Medication Reconciliation Pharmacist.
IHCRC partners with the Tulsa Health Department and the Healthy Start program to provide case management and educational services for pregnant women. Services are also available for expecting fathers, IHCRC's program provides a variety of ongoing parenting education classes which may be found on our EventsCalendar.
Free transportation is available in Tulsa County for patients and clients without means to get to IHCRC.
IHCRC's green team provides helping hands wherever needed. We know that health is directly related to many other things. If you are hungry, cold, or homeless, health is the last thing on your list. Our Green Team is here to help with everything from referrals for food to assisting you with your CDIB application.