Choctaw Nation Idabel Health Clinic Featured in Healthcare Design Magazine

The Choctaw Nation Health Clinic is an excellent example of what is possible when the architect, owner, federal government, and construction management team work together during the design and construction process to complete a facility that projects the presence of a state-of-the-art medical clinic to the local Native American population in southeast Oklahoma.

In 1991, Idabel, Oklahoma, was identified as having a local Native American population, belonging to the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, in desperate need of basic healthcare services. In 2004, this need was filled when the Indian Health Services and the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma entered into a joint venture to build a modern, state-of-the-art facility in Idabel.

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