Behavioral Health Psychiatry

Chickasaw Nation Residents, Chickasaws At‑large

The psychiatric services team provides mental health crisis intervention for any age and can include the entire family unit. Emergency crisis services are provided as needed, including after-hours and holidays, at the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center.

Services are available to Chickasaw citizens and First Americans who are patients of the Chickasaw Nation Department of Health.

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  • Must be a Chickasaw citizen or Native American
  • Patient of the Chickasaw Nation Department of Health
You Provide
  • CDIB Card
  • Citizenship Card
  • Proof of guardianship for minors
For information regarding application process, contact us.


Call the location in your area.
Mailing Address:
1921 Stonecipher Blvd., Ada, Oklahoma 74820


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Program Details

The psychiatric services team provides a psychiatric evaluation for the diagnosis and pharmacological treatment of many mental illnesses, including depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, mood disorders associated with substance abuse and dependency, insomnia, ADD/ADHD, disruptive behavior disorder, autistic disorders and other psychiatric conditions.

The psychiatric services team works closely with medical family therapists to provide access to behavioral health resources for patients coming in at every clinical entry point.

The psychiatric services team includes four full-time psychiatrists, a full-time psychiatric nurse practitioner, one office manager and three psychiatric care coordinators.

Telemedicine may be used to improve access to care. Psychiatric services provide assessment, evaluation and treatment with patients face-to-face or through telemedicine, with a major focus on medication management. Psychiatrists provide limited therapy on a case-by-case basis. Patients are seen as a result of referrals from internal providers, nursing and other agencies, both tribal and non-tribal. Referrals are received electronically, by phone or in person.

Other Information

We provide culturally-competent individual psychiatric services to eligible individuals of all age groups. To be eligible for behavioral health services, patients must have a Certificate of Degree of Indian blood from a federally-recognized tribe. For those not eligible for services at Chickasaw Nation Department of Health facilities, a list of available agencies is provided.

To initiate a referral to a psychiatrist, contact the following numbers:

  • Ada: (580) 421-4591
  • Ardmore: (580) 222-2884
  • Purcell: (405) 527-4700
  • Tishomingo: (580) 387-2719

Zero Suicide is a commitment to suicide prevention in health and behavioral health systems. It is both a concept and a practice being implemented by the Chickasaw Nation.


Ardmore Health Clinic

Ardmore, Oklahoma 73401

(580) 226-8181

Chickasaw Nation Medical Center

Ada, Oklahoma 74820

(580) 436-3980

Purcell Health Clinic

Purcell, Oklahoma 73080

(405) 527-4700

Tishomingo Health Clinic

Tishomingo, Oklahoma 73460

(580) 371-2361