Three Rivers Health Center
The Three Rivers Health Center is the result of a Joint Venture Program with the Indian Health Service and opened its doors to patients in February 2008. Three Rivers is the largest health center in Cherokee Nation, and is often mistaken for a hospital due to its overwhelming size; over 100,000 square feet in three stories. The building itself faces to the east which is a symbol of new beginnings, renewal, strength and health in Cherokee Culture. The center is appropriately named Three Rivers as the Arkansas, Verdigris and Grand Rivers all meet in Muskogee.
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Scope of Services:
- Physical Therapy
- Pharmacy with mail order
- Nutritional Services
- Public Health Nursing
- Health Promotion Disease Prevention
- Contract Care
- Behavioral Health
- Translation Services in the Cherokee Language
- Specialty Clinics
Muskogee, OK is located in northern Muskogee County in East Central Oklahoma. Muskogee, a town of approximately 39,000, is the county seat for Muskogee County and also home to Bacone College. Six museums also call Muskogee home, The Five Civilized Tribes Museum, U.S.S Batfish and War Memorial Park, Three Rivers Museum, The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, The Thomas Foreman Historic Home and the Ataloa Lodge on Bacone Campus. Muskogee is known for their annual Azalea Festival held each April in Honor Heights Park; the park is transformed into the Garden of Lights during Christmas. The Castle of Muskogee is another local attraction hosting the annual Renaissance Fair and other holiday themed events throughout the year.