Citizen Potawatomi Nation operates two health clinics in Shawnee, Oklahoma. They provide primary medical care, prenatal care, dentistry, optometry, public health services, CLIA-compliant laboratory services, pharmacy, X-ray, ultrasound, mammography, focused care on diabetics and a weekly cardiology clinic.
The Diabetes Initiative Program is a coordinated effort to prevent amputations, kidney failure, blindness and heart disease in diabetic patients. Patients age 18 or older can enroll in our Beginning Education About Diabetes (BEAD) classes. BEAD is comprised of five sessions that help empower you with knowledge about the disease and provide you with the skills to manage it so you can take control of your life.
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 exercise programs that best fit their physical needs.
Citizen Potawatomi Nation's Women, Infants and Children program provides supplemental nutritious foods, health and nutrition education, referrals, and nutrition and breastfeeding counseling to eligible pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, as well as infants and children age five years or younger. 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.
Behavioral health services are provided to clinic patients referred by their primary care providers or self-referred. Your initial contact with the receptionist will include completing forms to establish a separate behavioral health chart in the clinic. A therapist will be assigned and an appointment will be scheduled.