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Oklahoma City Indian Clinic

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic (OKCIC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit clinic providing health and wellness services to American Indians in central Oklahoma, purchased the structure at 1044 SW 44th St., Oklahoma City, OK, 73109.

“This building is larger than our other locations,” said Lysa Ross, Oklahoma City Indian Clinic’s Chief Operating Officer. “The extra space will give us more opportunities to expand services and continue providing excellent health care to American Indians.”

Pictured: Oklahoma City Indian Clinic purchased an additional 64,658 square foot, six-story clinic building located at 1044 SW 44th Street.

Pictured: Oklahoma City Indian Clinic purchased a new 64,658 square foot, six-story clinic building located at 1044 SW 44th Street.

The 64,658 square foot, six-story structure will be renovated to hold women’s health and pediatrics services. Oklahoma City Indian Clinic’s pediatric department offers specialty clinics, such as an asthma clinic and foster care clinic. Additional procedures include well-child visits, same-day visits, physical examinations, immunizations, vision checks and hearing checks. The women’s health department at OKCIC offers birth control, preventative health and wellness services, and prenatal care, including delivery options.

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic plans to see patients in their new location in 2023.

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About Oklahoma City Indian Clinic

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic was established in 1974 to provide excellent health care and wellness services to American Indians in central Oklahoma. The clinic staff cares for more than 22,000 patients from over 200 federally recognized tribes every year. American Indians can receive a range of services, including medical, dental, pediatrics, prenatal, pharmacy, optometry, physical fitness, nutrition, family programs and behavioral health services. For more information, please call (405) 948-4900 or visit www.okcic.com.

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