Oklahoma tribes get $4M grant from HUD for new clinic
The Northeastern Tribal Health System in Oklahoma will use a $4 million grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development to build a new clinic.

Construction is expected to begin this summer. The clinic will replace an existing facility.

The health system is operated by the Cherokee Nation, the Miami Tribe, the Modoc Tribe, the Ottawa Tribe, the Peoria Tribe, the Quapaw Tribe and the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe.

Get the Story:
Tribes secure $4 million from HUD for new clinic (The Joplin Globe 2/2)