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.

Tobacco use is the major single cause of cancer deaths in the United States. More Americans die from lung cancer than breast, prostate and colon cancer. Almost 90% of lung cancers are smoking related. That is why the American Cancer Society sponsors the Great American Smokeout every year on the Thursday before Thanksgiving.

The idea behind the Great American Smokeout is to encourage smokers to commit to quit cigarettes for 24 hours, said Dr. Rotton. Of course, we would like those 24 hours to be just the start of a lifetime of smoke-free days. If you’re a smoker, you know that nicotine can be as addictive as heroin or cocaine. And young people who smoke become addicted even faster than adults.

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The benefits of quitting are significant:


People who quit live longer than people who continue to smoke.

Smokers who quit before age 50 have half the risk of lying in the next 15 years compared to those who continue to smoke.

Quitting smoking substantially decreases the risk of cancer of the lung, larynx, pharynx, esophagus, mouth, pancreas, bladder and cervix.

Quitting also reduces the risks for other major diseases including heart disease and lung diseases.

Women who stop smoking before becoming pregnant or during the first trimester of pregnancy reduce the risk of miscarriage or of having a low birth-weight baby to the level of women who have never smoked.

The National Cancer Institute provided these tips for anyone who wants to kick the cigarette habit for good:

Prepare Yourself for Quitting

Decide that you want to quit. List all the reasons you want to quit.

Begin to condition yourself physically. Start a modest exercise program, drink more fluids, get plenty of rest.

Set a target date to quit. Perhaps the Great American Smokeout (November 20th) Know What to Expect

Have realistic expectations. Quitting isn’t easy, but it is impossible. Every year more than three million Americans quit. Use of the nicotine patch or gum basically doubles your chances of successfully quitting.

Understand that withdrawal symptoms are temporary. They usually last only 1-2 weeks.

Be aware that more relapses occur during the first week when withdrawal symptoms are the strongest. If you relapse, don’t give up. Try again. Most successful ex-smokers had to make several attempts before they quit for good.

News from Northeastern Health System

Dr. Mary Carlile to Retire

Dr. Mary Carlile, a staple of the Inpatient Rehabilitation team at Northeastern Health System (NHS)-Tahlequah, has announced her retirement effective November 30, 2014. Dr. Carlile’s resignation caps a remarkable medical career that includes 26 years of dedication and... read more

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