Work continues on $135M Chickasaw hospital
The Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma is moving closer to the opening of a $135 million hospital.

The 370,000 square-foot hospital will replace the Carl Albert Indian Health Facility. It will be about three times the size of the old building.

The tribe is financing the project with $45 million in tribal funds and $90 million in bonds. Flintco Inc., an Indian-owned construction firm, is handling the work.

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Flintco workers top-out Ada tribal hospital (The Journal Record 11/14)

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