Friday, April 18, 2014
  • “Doing Good Does You Good’"
  • SIHC Leads Change in Healthcare Click on image to view article.
  • SIHC Leads Change in Healthcare Click on image to view article.
  • AFFORDABLE CARE ACT Affordable Care Act information. Click on slide.
  • ADMINISTRATION

MCN HEALTH SYSTEM


Welcome to the home page of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Department of Health.  The Muscogee Nation is situated in a 11-county region south of Tulsa, Oklahoma. 
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  • PROGRAMS
  • HEALTH FACILITIES

AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE ACT

screenshotAFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE ACT VIDEO
This video "New Path to Health Care" was created by the CMS Division of Tribal Affairs for tribal communities and tribal clinic waiting rooms to provide an overview of the Affordable Care Act, the American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) specific provisions, what the ACA means for AI/ANs and that AI/ANs can continue to receive services from their local IHS, tribal or urban Indian clinic. Click here to watch video. 


UPCOMING EVENTS

Save the date postcarNative Heroes of Hope Leadership Summit
Muscogee (Creek) Nation Behavioral Health is sponsoring the Native Heroes of Hope Leadership Summit, “Doing Good Does You Good’, the scheduled date is Thursday,  April 3
, 2014 at Tulsa Air & Space Museum, 8:00pm-2:00pm. We have a limited registration to the first 150 youth. We are targeting Native youth in seventh through twelfth grade. Deadline is Friday, March 7, 2014. 
We need every youth and sponsor attending to register electronically. If this is not feasible, we can set up a day at your school and have registration on hand.  (click here to read more)

EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT

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Robyn Yearby
Robyn Yearby is the Patient Advocacy Coordinator of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Department of Health. She is responsible for managing patient relations and specifically assisting patients with their health care needs as they navigate the health system. 

Ms. Yearby’s previous experience includes serving at the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma as the Patient Relations Specialist where she gained extensive experience in customer service within the various sectors of a tribal health system and the Indian Health Service. In addition, she held the position of Employee Drug and Alcohol Program Manager at the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. (click here to read more)