Advanced Technology

The latest modern healthcare can offer and an ever-improving variety of services make us your healthcare provider of choice

Women's Services

Women’s healthcare requires special needs and here at Northeast Health System we have tailored many services to reflect that.

Health Partners

Northeastern Health System has made special partnerships with other institutions in the area to provide more options in various areas of care.


How do I make an appointment for an exam?

to make an appointment, please call our scheduling department at (918) 772-4588.

How can I get copies of my medical records and/or films?

Our medical records department will be happy to provide you with your information. Call (918) 453-2160 to inquire or click HERE for more details.

What are the visiting hours?

Click HERE for our visiting hours

How do I contact a patient?

Family and friends may call between 7:00 am to 9:00 pm by dialing (918) 453-0641 to be forwarded to the appropriate room.

Why Us?

Our Location

No need to travel far. Big city healthcare with a hometown touch…more



We offer an advanced selection of health services…more


Pay Your Bills Online

Fast and convenient without having to leave home…more

Physicians Residency Program

NHS is proud to host two residency programs.

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A Healthy Message from Northeastern Health System-Tahlequah Chief of Staff Dr. Brent Rotton.

It’s May. Do you know where your sunscreen is? For years, doctors have been warning use about the dangers sun exposure and skin cancer. As the link between lifetime sun exposure and skin cancer becomes even clearer, it’s important to have sunscreen and to use it correctly.

For many people, May and Memorial Day kick off the summer season.   This makes for a good time to encourage safe sun behavior. Just five or more sunburns during your life can double your risk of developing skin cancer. This year, more than a million Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer, and more than half of all new cancer diagnosis made in the United States is skin cancers.

Melanoma is the most deadly form of skin cancer, and it accounts for 73 percent of skin cancer deaths.  In spite of educational efforts emphasizing the risks of sun exposure and the need for sunscreens, the incidence of melanoma and other skin cancers is increasing significantly.



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Follow these tips to protect yourself from the sun:


  • Stay out of the sun during peak hours: 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. As much as possible, keep infants under the age of six months out of the sun entirely.
  • If you must be outside, seek shade. In order to be effective your entire body must be in complete shade. But, limit even this exposure since someone in the shade is exposed to reflective light.
  • Wear a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses when outside. A long sleeved shirt, long pants and shoes provide even more protection.
  • Use sunscreen correctly.
  • Apply a broad spectrum sunscreen with a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of 15 or more and during any sun exposure.
  • Apply liberally about 30 minutes before going outside and reapply every two hours. If you swim, get wet or sweat profusely, apply even more frequently.
  • Apply a sufficient amount of sunscreen. The average adult needs enough sunscreen to fill a shot glass to provide adequate coverage for each application.
  • Even with a sunscreen, sun exposure should be limited.
  • Don’t forget application to the nose, lips, ears, scalp, top of feet and back of hands.
  • Don’t assume you can skip the sunscreen if you or your child has darker skin.
  • Avoid tanning booths

I encourage the use of sun screen year-round, whether the forecast calls for sunshine or clouds.  Eighty percent of the sun’s rays can penetrate clouds. So, dig that sunscreen out of the bag with your beach towel and put it out where you’ll remember to use it regularly. Sunscreen isn’t just for trips to the pool or beach. The fact is that you’ll get most of your lifetime sun exposure while driving around in your car or running errands where you are outside for brief intervals.

News from Northeastern Health System

Residency Program Receives Additional 5 Year Accreditation

An excellent curriculum, superb faculty, and the perfect balance of autonomy and supervision are the keys to an outstanding residency education program. Northeastern Health System’s (NHS) graduate medical students, called residents, benefit from the cultural, ethnic,... read more

Hospital Bids Farewell to Turney as a Board Member

It is with sadness that Northeastern Health System announces the ‘end-of-term’ farewell to Mr. Maurice Turney from the Tahlequah Hospital Authority (THA) Board of Trustees. Not only has he been an essential part of the backbone of the hospital, he has served the... read more

Changing Lives One Community Member at a Time

As a basic necessity, shelter is linked directly to good health. According to Habitat for Humanity, there are nearly 2 billion people around the world who live in slum housing and more than 100 million are homeless. Habitat for Humanity’s International vision is a... read more

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