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Okla. medical clinic reflects Choctaw culture

June 8, 2017

The new Choctaw Nation Regional Medical Clinic in Durant, Okla., reflects the culture of native Choctaw Indians, according to an article on the Health Facilities Management website.

The 152,118-square-foot clinic includes bronze sculptures depicting figures dressed in traditional tribal attire located near the front entrance as well as artwork on the interior walls, exam rooms and clinical spaces.

The southern exterior is covered with Choctaw Blend brick, specially developed for the facility.

The administrative facility houses services for human resources, patient relations and healthy aging; and Choctaw Nation Health Services Authority administration offices, the article said.

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