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Navigation Services

American Indian Navigation Services


To serve our American Indian Patients, the Stephenson Cancer Center has a team of experience navigators who understand the cultural needs of the American Indian population.

Our team serves as a bridge between tribal clinics, Indian health facilities, hospitals, and the Stephenson Cancer Center. The navigators help American Indians remove any barriers to a timely diagnosis and treatment.


What is a Navigator?

A navigator bridges the gap between patients and cancer care providers. They are able to help with things like getting referrals, authorizations, appointments, and information about cancer and treatment.

Who We Serve

From the young to the elders, our team is dedicated to helping our American Indian patients at the Stephenson Cancer Center. The navigators serve Indian patients from federally-recognized tribes. Patients must have a CDIB card.

Our Services

Assist with referrals and authorizations.
Help explain diagnosis and treatment options.
Navigate treatment and care.
Commmunicate with tribal clinics.
Help find alternate tribal resources.

Contact & Links

Contact Information

P: (405) 271-4444
F: (405) 271-6800


Monday through Friday
8 am to 5 pm

Supportive Care

The mission of the Supportive Care Program at the Stephenson Cancer Center is to restore and maintain the quality of life for people living with cancer and their families through the interdisciplinary delivery of expert symptom management, palliative care, health promotion and prevention interventions for the person diagnosed with cancer.

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