Be a part of the growth as a full-time Audiologist for the Cherokee Nation Outpatient Health Center. Focus on your patients and we'll take care of you!
The new Audiology Department features 3 sound booths, four procedure rooms, new real ear equipment, advanced computerized Audiometry, and updated OAE and tympanometry equipment.
Be a part of the largest tribally owned and operated healthcare system in the United States.
The recently opened four-story facility on the campus of W.W. Hastings Hospital in Tahlequah is the largest outpatient health center in the U.S.. to be operated by a tribe. The facility features more than 240 exam rooms, two MRI machines, an ambulatory surgery center, 34 dental chairs, full service optometry and specialty health services.
Cherokee Nation Health Services is also partnering with Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine to open the Nation's first tribally affiliated Medical School in Tahlequah, OK. The first medical school class will consist of 50 students and classes will begin in the Fall of 2020.
Must be able to obtain an Oklahoma license.
Additional Salary Information: Compensation plus generous benefits package including:
160 hours of vacation, 12 paid holidays, CME, sick leave and eligible site for IHS loan repayment.
Internal Number: 18119
About Cherokee Nation Health Services
Cherokee Nation Health Services (CNHS) is the largest tribally owned and operated healthcare system in the nation. Our system includes nine outpatient facilities, one hospital, a public health system, an adolescent rehabilitation facility, and EMS. Our areas of excellence include primary care, obstetrics, general surgery, orthopedics, podiatry, women’s health, pediatrics and dentistry. We provide a wide array of primary care services with over 1.3 million patient visits a year.
CNHS is committed to the highest quality of care and the most advanced, effective treatments for those we serve across Northeastern Oklahoma. With 170 full-time providers and over 2200 health services employees, CNHS is the gem of the region in continuity of care. Committed to building state of the art facilities and improving patient access, Cherokee Nation has invested substantially in technology, building new facilities and facility expansions. Historic steps were announced on October 31, 2018 as the Cherokee Nation and Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences announced the establishment of the nation’s first college of medicine to be located at a tribal health facility in Tahlequah..., Oklahoma, set to open in 2020.
About Our Community
CNHS facilities are located across Northeast Oklahoma with its hospital located in Tahlequah; capitol of the Cherokee Nation and home to Northeastern State University. A rich quality of life is the norm with a winning combination of outdoor life and charming communities alongside the winding rivers, expansive lakes, and rolling green foothills of the Ozarks. If you prefer a metro area, our facilities are also located within commuting distance to Tulsa, Ft. Smith and Fayetteville AR, and Joplin MO. We offer competitive pay, a generous benefits package, and much more. Our facilities also qualify as NHSC and IHS loan repayment sites.