Due to inclement weather, the Cherokee Nation W.W. Keeler Tribal Complex and satellite offices, including Tag offices, will close for the remainder of today Monday, January 30. Please check with your Cherokee Nation Health Center on operation hours.

Emergency services remain open.

Health Services

Any member of the public, 6 months and older, regardless of where they live, is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Walk-ins are welcome at any of the tribe’s outpatient health centers from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Call 539-234-4099 to schedule an appointment or for more information please refer to the COVID-19 information page.

Health Center and Hospital Locations

In the clinical setting, the system serves over 100,000 patients throughout 11 health care facilities. These include nine tribal health centers, one employee health center and one tribal hospital. Additionally, CNHS offers a wide array of community, social, mental and public health programs such as the behavioral health, public health nursing, cancer prevention, diabetes prevention, Women Infants and Children, emergency medical services, environmental health, health research, emergency and risk management, clinical quality improvement and quality management. The Cherokee Nation Public Health programs work with a variety of tribal, public, private and community organizations to improve health outcomes.

Inpatient Care

CNHS operates two inpatient health facilities which include W.W. Hastings Hospital and the Jack Brown Center.

Outpatient Care

CNHS operates nine outpatient health facilities throughout the Cherokee Nation reservation.