Citizen Potawatomi Nation Health Services is to provide high quality, evidence-based, culturally-suitable medical and dental care, public health services, and behavioral health and substance abuse counseling to members of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation and members of other federally-recognized American Indian tribes and nations and Alaskan Natives.  The clinicians and support personnel comprising the CPNHS staff share the goal of eliminating the health status disparities which exist between American Indians and the general population of the United States, and focus on eliminating long-standing access barriers to health and human services experienced by the majority of Native Americans residing in central Oklahoma.


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Citizen Potawatomi Nation operates two health clinics in Shawnee, Oklahoma. Services provided include primary medical care, Public Health services, CLIA compliant laboratory services, pharmacy, x-ray, focused care on diabetics and a cardiology clinic two times a month. 

Diabetes Initiative

The Diabetes Initiative Program is a coordinated effort to prevent amputations, kidney failure, blindness, and heart disease in patients with diabetes. Patients 18 years of age or older are eligible to enroll in our Beginning Education About Diabetes (BEAD) classes. BEAD consists of five sessions that help to empower you with knowledge about diabetes and provide you with the skills to manage it so that you can take control of your life.

Wellness Center

The Wellness Center is a 21,500 square foot facility housing the Title VI Elders Program, an exercise facility, walking track and the Diabetic Initiative Program. The exercise facility staff works with individuals to customize an exercise program that best fits their physical needs.


The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Women Infant, Children program provides supplemental nutritious foods, health and nutrition education, referrals, and nutrition and breastfeeding counseling for eligible pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women as well as infants and children under the age of five years. The program is designed to positively impact prenatal nutrition, infant birth weight, iron deficiency anemia and early childhood nutrition and cognitive development. WIC complies with all applicable Federal and state agency mandates.

Health Aid Program

CPN Health Aids Program helps CPN tribal members with the purchase of glasses, hearing aids, dentures and other medical devices.

FTYP's Rekindling 7 Generations

Rekindling 7 Generations (R7G) maintains a cooperative mission of all past CPN youth-related programs. We aim to nurture the spiritual, mental, physical, and social development of Potawatomi and Native youth and their community by rooting them in their Potawatomi culture, familial and intergenerational bonds, and intertribal relationships to grow the future tribal leaders, citizens, and partners of Citizen Potawatomi Nation. The vision of R7G is that our next generation will develop and renew respectful, reciprocal, and responsible relationships with themselves, their peers, their communities, and future generations. Non-Native students are welcome to participate in our programs because it is important for all youth to have a better understanding of their peers and larger communities in which we all live together.

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