Northeastern Tribal Health System
7600 South Hwy 69-A
Miami, OK 74354
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed: Weekends, Federal Holidays, and first Wednesday morning of each month until 1 p.m. for staff meetings.
Formerly known as the Miami Indian Health Center, the NTHS seeks to provide the highest quality of care to our patients with the resources available.
A consortium of eight tribes operates this facility. The NTHS governing board is comprised of appointed representatives from each of the eight tribes; Cherokee, Miami, Modoc, Ottawa, Peoria, Quapaw, Shawnee and Seneca-Cayuga. The goal of the NTHS is to provide the broadest scope of high quality health care services possible with the resources available.
The new NTHS clinic is open in the new facility, located at 7600 South Hwy 69-A, Miami, Okla., which is two miles north of the original clinic location.
The main number for the clinic is (918) 542-1655
The Medical Appointment desk and Registration is located in the lobby area. The registration window is open daily 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Patients in need of routine services on known medical conditions are required to make an appointment by calling (918) 332-4374.
Same Day Appointments
Effective September 1, 2010, Northeastern Tribal Health System (NTHS) no longer offers a walk-in medical appointment service.
NTHS will be utilizing a Same Day Appointment System. Patients will need to call (918) 332-4363 to schedule an appointment. This number is a dedicated line specifically for same day appointments only.
Phone lines will open at 7:30 a.m., Monday-Friday. Patients need to call and leave a message. Messages will be returned in the order they are received. The same day appointment system is for current active medical patients with an acute illness.
NTHS is NOT an emergency facility. Some patients will be instructed to seek care at an EMERGENCY ROOM where life saving equipment and medications are available.
Northeastern Tribal Health System is not an Emergency Room.
Time is valuable in the case of heart attack and stroke.
Patients having an emergency i.e. chest pain, severe abdominal pain, extreme shortness of breath, stroke symptoms should call 911 and go to the nearest Emergency Room.
If less urgent but not a minor problem, patients should go to the Claremore Indian Hospital where an emergency room is open continuously. The hospital is located at Will Rogers Blvd. and Moore Street. The address is 101 South Moore Street, Claremore, Oklahoma 74017. The Claremore Indian Hospital phone number is (918) 342-6200.
Patients receiving emergency care at any non Indian facility must report the visit to Northeastern Tribal Health System Contract Health Department at (918) 542-1655 within 72 hours from the beginning of care. The medical data about each case is evaluated by the Contract Health Committee to determine priority for payment.