Indian Health Care Center Ground Breaking Set for July 14th

Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa Inc. will break ground on a 26,000-SF addition next week.
The project will increase the total facility space to 52,392 SF.
The expansion will allow IHCRC’s health education and wellness department, substance abuse treatments programs and WIC nutrition program to move from a satellite location back to the main clinic, 550 S. Peoria Ave.
The addition was designed by James R. Chilers Architect Inc., a Fort Smith, Ark., firm. Construction management will be performed by Flintco.
Construction is scheduled for completion in 18 months, and will cost upward of $6 million.
“The board of trustees and the expansion team are very excited for this expansion and renovation project to begin,” said Jim Cameron, IHCRC board of trustees facility chairman. “It has been in the works for many years and when completed will make an exceptional impact on both IHCRC staff and the patients we serve.”
IHCRC serves a large intertribal population, comprised of members of over 150 federally recognized tribes, providing medical, dental, optometry, behavioral health, chemical dependency, health education and pharmacy services directly to the Tulsa Indian community.
Members of any federally recognized tribe and their dependents are eligible to receive care.



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