Advanced Technology

Providing the community with access to advanced healthcare technology.

Women's Services

NHS is proud to offer an array of services to meet women’s healthcare needs.

Health Partners

NHS has developed partnerships with local organizations to better serve our community’s healthcare needs.

The Trust

This is the place where you can find the information you want and share what is relevant to you.

FAQ’s

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

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Services

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Pay Your Bills Online

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Physicians Residency Program

NHS is proud to host two residency programs.
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News from Northeastern Health System

Hospitals and Clinics Recognized by the Oklahoma Hospital Association for Reducing Tobacco Use in Oklahoma

Hospitals Helping Patients Quit (HHPQ), an initiative of the Oklahoma Hospital Association (OHA) and program of the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET), recently recognized 21 hospital and clinic partners for achieving notable benchmarks in reducing tobacco use in Oklahoma. Organization leaders were recognized during the OHA Annual Convention on Nov. 13. These visionary hospitals and clinics have made a critical commitment to their patients, employees, and communities to reduce Oklahoma’s leading cause of preventable death, tobacco use and related illness. Each of these organizations has implemented a permanent and standard best-practice protocol for identifying, counseling and referring individuals to the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline (OTH) for coaching support and nicotine replacement therapy. Organizations recognized for reaching notable benchmarks in the number of referrals to the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline are: Cedar Ridge Behavioral Health, Oklahoma City, 100 referralsMercy Hospital Logan County, Guthrie, 100 referralsWagoner Community Hospital, 100 referralsNortheastern Health System, Tahlequah, 150 referralsAscension St. John Jane Phillips, Bartlesville, 150 referralsAllianceHealth Woodward, 200 referralsNortheastern Health System Sequoyah, Sallisaw, 250 referralsAllianceHealth Seminole, 300 referralsThe Children’s Hospital at OU Medical Center, Oklahoma City – Perinatal Program, 350 referralsMercy Hospital Oklahoma City, 500 referralsINTEGRIS Deaconess, Oklahoma City, 700 referralsNorman Regional Health System (Porter), 800 referralsNorman Regional HealthPlex, 800 referralsSSM Health St. Anthony Healthplex South, 800 referralsINTEGRIS Canadian Valley Hospital, Yukon, 1200 referralsINTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center, Oklahoma City, 1500 referralsSSM Health St. Anthony Hospital – Oklahoma City, 1500 referralsMercy affiliated clinics, statewide, 3000 referralsChickasaw Nation Medical Center, Ada, 4000 referralsINTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center, Oklahoma City, 5000 referralsINTEGRIS affiliated clinics, 5000 referrals Through effective, health care provider-driven tobacco treatment services, HHPQ partner hospitals and clinics have referred... read more

Team Expansion

TAHLEQUAH, OK NOVEMBER 2019:  In a concerted effort to continue providing quality and convenient care for Cherokee County and surrounding communities, Northeastern Health System would like to welcome Doctors Hilton McDonald, Lea Humphrey and Brent Webb to the medical team. These additions will offer multiple services, hired with patient needs in mind. Additional services such as these are made possible by collaborative efforts between Northeastern Health System and their community partners, including Northeastern Oklahoma Community Health Centers. McDonald and Humphrey, a father-daughter duo, both specialize in Otolaryngology, also known as Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT). McDonald first attained his Masters in Speech Language Pathology from University of Northern Colorado in 1982 before returning to academia to earn his doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine from Oklahoma State University in 1994. McDonald operated under his own practice from 1999-2006, serving patients in Owasso and Claremore. Since that time, McDonald has practiced in Missouri and Arkansas, and recently returned to Oklahoma to continue his career. He brings numerous accolades to his profession, including Best ENT in 417 area code and being named Physician Leadership Committee Chairman. Humphrey brings five years of experience to her practice, graduating from Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2010 and completing her internship and residency in St. Louis, MO in 2015, where she was also named Chief Resident of the Year. Her current services are provided through NeoHealth. ENT services commonly include diagnosis and treatment of ear infections, nasal, sinus and thyroid disorders and allergy testing, as well as other throat, head, neck, ear and nose related problems. Both McDonald’s and Humphrey’s clinics are located at 1203 E... read more

Wagner named new CFO

TAHLEQUAH, OK 2019: Northeastern Health System is pleased to announce and welcome Rick D. Wagner, CPA as the newly instated Chief Financial Officer, in charge of overseeing organizational finance and bringing over 25 years of accounting and auditing experience in finding solutions for the multifaceted needs of the healthcare industry. Wagner has maintained a long-standing career working with healthcare institutions as Partner-In-Charge of Medical Professionals and CPA at Eide Bailly, a Top 25 CPA firm in the nation. Within his time at Eide Bailly, Wagner was the lead consult for board members of Northeastern Health System, facilitating the formulation of a strategic plan that resulted in the establishment of several partnerships and specialty clinics. This collaboration has proved to be largely responsible for the financial evolution NHS has experienced over the last two decades. “The healthcare finance and regulatory environment is becoming more complex every day,” said Brian Woodliff, CEO of Northeastern Health System. “Rick Wagner’s credibility and competencies will provide NHS with the confidence to excel facing these challenges.” The 20-year working relationship established between Wagner and Northeastern Health System serves as a strong foundation of accomplishment which will continue to drive NHS forward as a pioneer of rural healthcare. Wagner says his history with NHS and the gratification of seeing their vision come to fruition played no small part in his decision to step into the role of CFO. “I love the people at this hospital and in this community,” said Wagoner. “NHS is the most advanced rural hospital I’ve come in contact with, and I’m excited to be here to help make it better and better.”... read more

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