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Northeastern Tribal Health System

Northeastern Tribal Health System A consortium of eight tribes operates this facility. The goal of the NTHS is to provide the broadest

Operating as usual

This is happening tomorrow! If you or someone you know is in need of food please do not go without.
01/11/2023

This is happening tomorrow! If you or someone you know is in need of food please do not go without.

Food Ministry distribution
2nd Thursday of every month
4-6pm
We are located at 2220 E Rockdale Blvd, east of Kelly’s Korner and Kasey’s Kids Day care, and across from the college farm.
For questions, information, or emergency assistance, please call 918-320-9955

01/09/2023

NTHS will be CLOSED Monday, Jan 16th for Martin Luther King Day (Federal Holiday)

01/06/2023
01/04/2023
01/03/2023
01/02/2023

NTHS is closed Monday, January 2nd in observance of the New Year.

Just a reminder we will be closed tomorrow, Monday 26th in observance of the holiday.
12/25/2022

Just a reminder we will be closed tomorrow, Monday 26th in observance of the holiday.

12/22/2022

We will be closed for the remainder of today, December 22, due to the snow and ice.

Patients may use the pharmacy drive thru and get med refills until 3:00.

Stay safe and warm!

12/19/2022
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12/01/2022
11/18/2022
Our student volunteer for Physical Therapy.
11/11/2022

Our student volunteer for Physical Therapy.

Photos from Northeastern Tribal Health System's post
11/10/2022

Photos from Northeastern Tribal Health System's post

11/08/2022

We are aware that the MEDICATION REFILL LINE is down. Please call (918) 332-4371 to order refills. You MUST leave your name, DOB, contact number and names of medications to be filled. We will update you when the line is working again.

11/03/2022

NTHS is CLOSED Friday, November 11th in observance of Veterans Day.

11/03/2022

Parents and caregivers: Infants are at higher risk of severe illness with RSV. The virus also can be very serious for young children with certain medical conditions or a weakened immune system. Learn more about RSV: https://bit.ly/2GlAmm9

10/31/2022

NTHS is CLOSED Wed, Nov 2 until 1 pm for staff meeting.

10/31/2022
10/31/2022
Check out the amazingly cool pumpkins the employees decorated for our pumpkin decorating contest!
10/26/2022

Check out the amazingly cool pumpkins the employees decorated for our pumpkin decorating contest!

Employee of the quarter is ........Lindsey Lawson!!! Lindsey was presented with a framed photographic print by Gary Crow...
10/21/2022

Employee of the quarter is ........Lindsey Lawson!!! Lindsey was presented with a framed photographic print by Gary Crow along with a certificate and gift card. Congratulations Lindsey!!

10/19/2022

Ottawa County Family Connections Free Kick-Off Event Filled with Fun, Food, Resources, and Support

MIAMI, OK – An exciting new non-profit, Ottawa County Family Connections, aimed at becoming a group for resources, support and ideas for parents, caregivers and families of Autistic and special needs children is starting off with a free big kick-off event and the public is invited.
This Saturday, Oct. 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Miami Civic Center’s Banquet Room will be filled with participating resource agencies, free fun games and prizes and swag bags for children, food and a giveaway of a gift card. Facepainting, a fish pond, co****le and more will make for a fun time for the kids, and parents and caregivers can find information from attending vendors; Neo Orthopedics & Rehabilitation, Integris Health, Royalty Speech, Grand Lake Mental Health, Project Lifesaver, The Modoc’s Healing House, Blue Sprig, The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Oklahoma Autism Network, CREOKS, Epic Charter School, Miami Public Library, Miami Fire Department, Miami Miami Pilot Club, and Northeast Tribal Health System.
The event is Ottawa County Family Connections first get together in what the group’s founders, Kendra Parker and Lynzi Keith, hope to be one of many opportunities for families with special needs children and teens to come together.
“We started with a page to share ideas, information and to discuss and support each other,” OCFS founder Lynzi Keith said, “It’s just taken off big time, the need is so great. Our mission is to connect families together who can support one another while facing similar challenges.”
Keith is the single mother of three children she adopted separately within one year with Autism and varying special needs. Parker has also adopted special needs children.
“I had no idea where to start, where to get testing, diagnosis, and real resources aimed at meeting the needs of my children. My oldest has learning disabilities, my middle son is on the more severe end of the Autism spectrum, and my youngest is mildly Autistic with some sensory issues,” Keith said. “Their needs are very specific to each of them, so I’ve had to research and sometimes struggle to get what they needed. Two are in public school and one is homeschooled to meet their individual level of needs.”
All three are thriving today, and Keith credits the help she has sought but most of all the care of a supportive community and school system.
“It’s not always the case, we get those looks when Emmett is stimming or reacts to certain situations, and we don’t always see it coming, “Keith said. She gave an example of how his Autism affects daily life, telling of how her son recently refused to enter a restaurant bathroom. “It was painted the brightest most intense color of yellow and that was just too much for him,” she said.
Support, understanding, and kindness go a long way during such situations, Keith said, “People can be ignorant or cruel, I’ve had my son called very derogatory names, had people stare. But I believe education is key to acceptance. Most people can’t love what they don’t understand. We want to teach others to love, accept and learn about Autism and Special Needs.”
With support from the community OCFC has been able to provide this much needed support.
“Chief Ethel Cook and the Inter-Tribal Council and several families really came through for us with financial support for this event as did many donors and bidders in our recent online auction,” Keith said. “We can do so much with this. It has moved us to tears in gratitude and to feel such community support.”
Long term plans for OCFC include support groups, ongoing fun events such as family movie nights, advocating for sensory friendly accommodations at local businesses, helping caregivers and families understand and connect with resources, building relationships with service providers and educators. The group wants to host guest speakers, offer workshops, and bring in support. Keith and Parker invite anyone interested in Ottawa County Family Connections Foundation to join their group’s page, attend an event, call 918-676-6262, or 918-533-5404 to find out more.

10/19/2022
10/14/2022
October is Dental Hygiene Month. Visit our website for more information about how to schedule your dental appointment.ht...
10/14/2022

October is Dental Hygiene Month. Visit our website for more information about how to schedule your dental appointment.
https://nthsclinic.com/

NTHS offers Physical Therapy to our patients. Talk to your provider to see if physical therapy is right for you.
10/13/2022

NTHS offers Physical Therapy to our patients. Talk to your provider to see if physical therapy is right for you.

10/03/2022
Photos from Miami Public Library Youth Department's post
10/03/2022

Photos from Miami Public Library Youth Department's post

10/03/2022
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09/28/2022

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7600 S Highway 69A
Miami, OK
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I want to thank you all for having me as a speaker for the MY LIFE Conference. It was one of the best conferences I've been a part of. So professional, well run, organized, and incredibly efficient. You all should be very proud of the difference you made to over 700 plus high school young ladies. Speaking of the young ladies; they were fun, engaged, kind, respectful, and represented their schools with the utmost professionalism and class. What a great visit. I put together a little video of my visit. Please share ad thank you once again.
This is what happened to my cousin. she was going to the Indian clinic in Miami and they treated her for allergies with an antibiotic. It wasn’t allergies, it was congestive heart failure. This went on for 5 weeks. Finally they sent her to Tulsa.
Will there be flu shots ? If so when? Thanks
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