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Community Needs Assessment

The goal of the Community Needs Assessment (C.N.A.) is to plan, prioritize, and budget for the healthcare delivery for the community and assess those needs on a periodic basis to ensure services and resources are concentrated where they should be. This is identified by the community serviced by the healthcare organization as necessary for improving the health of all community members via the evaluation of new technology, services, or products available to the community.

Help us help our community by taking a quick survey, online or at our upcoming Health Awareness Fair.


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Health Awareness Fair

Health Awareness Fair for All Generations (click for flyer)
Free Public Event at Little Axe Health Center, Friday, August 1, 2014 from 9:00am - 3:00pm
  • Veterans Enrollment Event - Explore Your Eligibility for Veterans Benefits!
  • Back to School Physical Exams (Parental Consent Required)
  • Dental Screenings
  • Health Screenings
  • Free Hair Cuts - Paul Mitchell
  • Wound Care & Foot Exams
  • Injury Prevention
  • Child Safety Seat Install/Inspection
  • Veterans Enrollment Information
  • Social Security Disability Assistance
  • Health Insurance Enrollment
  • Medication Management
  • DUI Prevention and Simulations
  • $5 Free Play - Thunderbird Casino
Feel Cool. Give Blood.
    Each Donor Receives
  • A Feel Cool T-Shirt
  • Two OKC Zoo Admission Tickets

Photo ID Required

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Native American Veterans Enrollment Event

Health Awareness Fair for All Generations
Native American veteran warriors -- come join us!
See if you qualify for VA Benefits ~ Explore your current VA Benefits!
Friday, August 1st, 9 am - 3 pm

Little Axe Health Center, Norman, OK
    VHA Health & VBA Benefits Specialists will be available to assist with the following U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs programs:
  • Mental Health & Substance Abuse
  • Women’s Program
  • Veterans Justice Outreach Program Veterans Benefits
  • Vocational Benefits
  • Social Security
  • OEF/OIF
  • Vet Center
Contact: Connie Bottaro, Patient Benefit Advocate/ Liza Wilson, Patient Benefit Advocate

Little Axe Health Center ~ 15951 Little Axe Drive, Norman, OK, 73026

Absentee Shawnee Tribal Health System ~ 405.447.0300
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National Affordable Care Act Tribal Day of Action!

Absentee Shawnee Health System Enrollment Event
Monday, March 24, 2014 – 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Little Axe Health Center & Shawnee Clinic
Visit us and see if you qualify for a low- or no-cost insurance plan on the health insurance marketplace!

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Fall Fest at Little Axe Health Center

1st Annual Little Axe Community Fall Fest

Saturday, November 23, 2013
9:00am - 3:00pm
Little Axe Health Center
15951 Little Axe Dr. / Norman, OK 73026

Meet the 
OKC THUNDER GIRLS 9-11 a.m.

Meet Jason White
2003 University of Oklahoma
Heisman Trophy Winner
1-2 p.m. Read more about Fall Fest at Little Axe Health Center

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Health Fair Results 2013

AST Health Fair Evaluation Results
April 6, 2013
N = 49 Read more about Health Fair Results 2013

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Pharmacy News, January 2013

  • Visit our new, convenient drive-thru at the Little Axe location for refill drop off or pick up!!
  • As of January 1, 2012, Oklahoma State Law mandates that a current, state issued photo ID be on file for both the patient and the representative picking up for EVERY fill of ANY controlled medication. 
  • Deliveries of controlled medications will no longer be allowed.
  • Both Shawnee and Little Axe pharmacy locations fill prescriptions for members of all tribes, but outside prescription orders are restricted to Absentee Shawnee Tribal citizens with established charts. 
  • If you would like to receive a text message to your cell phone when your medications are ready for pick-up, please alert the pharmacy staff and provide us with a current cell phone number. 
  • The following are a few tips to help us be more efficient in our delivery of pharmacy services to you: 
    • Present insurance cards each time you pick up or drop off a prescription
    • Keep us informed of changes in address, phone number and other contact information. 
    • Let the Pharmacy staff know if the prescription is going to be picked up or needs to be delivered. 
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Pharmacy News, December 2012

Visit our new, convenient drive-thru at the Little Axe location for refill drop off or pick up!! 
  • As of January 1, 2012, Oklahoma State Law mandates that a current, state issued photo ID be on file for both the patient and the representative picking up for EVERY fill of ANY controlled medication. 
  • Deliveries of controlled medications will no longer be allowed.
  • Both Shawnee and Little Axe pharmacy locations fill prescriptions for members of all tribes, but outside prescription orders are restricted to Absentee Shawnee Tribal citizens with established charts.
  • If you would like to receive a text message to your cell phone when your medications are ready for pick-up, please alert the pharmacy staff and provide us with a current cell phone number.
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Dizzy Days?

Are you dizzy? Feel unsteady or have ringing in your ears? Do you have difficulty riding in the backseat of  a car? Is it difficult to walk a straight line or balance on one foot? You may have a vestibular problem.  These symptoms can be caused by an inner ear problem, pathology in the neck, Menier’s Disease, labyrinthitis or benign parosysmal positional vertigo. 
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Health Fair Results

The Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma held their 70th SemiAnnual General Council Meeting at the  AST Little Axe Health Center on November 10, 2012. The Absentee Shawnee Tribal Health System, AST  Tribal Programs and visiting health booths had a great time visiting and meeting AST Tribal members  and their families, while providing health information and screening. According to evaluation results  the Health Fair and Fun/Run Walk was a success. Thank You for the opportunity for allowing the Health  Departments and others to share important health information. 

AST Fall Health Fair Evaluation Results 
Nov 10, 2012 
N = 62 

1. How would you rate the health fair in general?  

a. Excellent = 78%  
b. Fair = 19%  
c. Poor = 3%

2. Do you plan on making any personal health changes as a result of what you learned  today or screening that was provided to you?  

a. Yes = 63%  
b. No = 37% 

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