With more than $100 million invested in building the largest tribal health care facility in the United States, we will continue to improve the quality of health care services. We will ensure that the federal government lives up to its responsibility to fund this state of the art facility at $105 million annually to meet our operations and staffing needs.

We will recruit and retain more medical professionals to ensure that our citizens have greater access to care and have better patient experiences by reducing long wait times. We will remove unnecessary red tape that too often impedes care. We will work to ensure that the partnership with Oklahoma State University’s medical school at Cherokee Nation stays the course allowing us to grow our own doctors.