The Cherokee Nation
of Oklahoma is welcoming more patients to its new $35 million health clinic.
The 92,000 square-foot Vinita Health Center replaces a much smaller 4,000-square-foot facility.
There's now more space to for primary care, a full pharmacy, a lab, radiology, dental and optometry services.
“Since doing the soft opening (on Sept. 4), they’ve added over 500 new charts, and I think it will double and triple the services that we’re able to do up in this part of the Cherokee Nation.”
Principal Chief Bill John Baker told The Cherokee Phoenix.
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Vinita Health Center officially opens its doors
(The Cherokee Phoenix 11/13)
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