Chikasha House at the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center

Norm Stanfield, Chikasha House Manager

The Chickasaw Nation's Chikasha House provides families and caregivers of hospital patients a home away from home. All families and caregivers of patients admitted to the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center who live outside the Ada area are eligible to use the Chikasha House. Availability is on a first-come, first-serve basis, but the Nation tries to accommodate all requests. The two guest houses are both equipped with four guest rooms. Each room, one of which is fully handicapped accessible, comes with two full beds, a full-sized bathroom, a refrigerator and a television. For more information about the Chikasha House, click here.


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