April Holiday Closures

FRIDAY, APRIL 7th (Good Friday)
SUNDAY, APRIL 9th (Easter)

Saturday, April 8th

Shawnee SameDay and PlusCare Open 9am-4pm
Shawnee and LA Pharmacy Open 9am-5pm
Please Note: All Health Closures include Title VI Program. Due to holiday closure, Title VI will serve breakfast on Thursday, April 6th from 9am-11am and will resume normal operating hours on Monday, April 10th.

Closure Wednesday, April 5th,12-5pm


The 1st Wednesday of each month ALL AST
Health System facilities CLOSE at NOON for
in-service trainings and meetings on:

Wednesday, April 5th, 2023

*PlusCare RE-OPENS from 5 PM- 7 PM
*Little Axe Pharmacy (Drive-Thru only) RE-OPENS from 5PM- 8 PM
*Shawnee SameDay Clinic RE-OPENS from 5 PM-6 PM
*Shawnee Pharmacy (Drive-Thru) RE-OPENS from 5 PM- 8PM

Shawnee SameDay Now Open Effective Feb. 6th


7:30am—6:00pm Mon.—Fri.

405.292.9530 REFILL LINE
8:00am—8:00pm Mon.—Fri.
9:00am—5:00pm Sat.—Sun.

8:00am—7:00pm Mon.—Fri.
9:00am—4:00pm Sat.—Sun.

Classes & Meetings

Fatherhood is Sacred, Motherhood is Sacred Virtual Parenting Class

Register for free and virtual Fatherhood is Sacred, Motherhood is Sacred parenting classes: Classes will be held every Tuesday at 6:00 PM starting May 17th via GoToMeeting. For more information please contact Angela Gonzalez (Native Connections Grant Coordinator) at or 405.561.7811.

Medicine Wheel & 12 Step Program for Women

Absentee Shawnee Ensuring Hope Project

Every Wednesday starting on April 27th from 6:00pm-8:00pm CST 

Virtual Classes


  • Individuals return to natural order

  • Help rebuild families and assume roles as warriors

Virtual QPR Gatekeeper Training

Suicide Prevention Workshop

Free virtual QPR Gatekeeper Training on Tuesday, April 26th from 11:00AM – 12:00PM hosted by Native Connections. RSVP at . For more information, contact Angela Gonzalez at or 405.561.7811.


"[I] used the small clinic south of Hwy 9 in Little Axe. I am very impressed witht he growth and the continued excellent care I have received over the years. The doctors, nurses, lab, wellness and pharmacy have been better than most in the private sector."

Boyd S.

An overall positive experience! Beautiful facility housed with friendly professional faces and care!


The receptionists are always cooperative and friendly to me. The nurses are friendly and concerned about my personal health issues and the doctor is friendly, helpful and a relief to me and my health care. 

Joel B.

There is a cookout planned at Brendle Corner for Friday evening at 6 p.m. for our co-workers and Tribal Members affected by the tornadoes, and for the volunteers assisting with repairs and cleanup. 

Let’s see how much hamburger meat, we can collect for this event to ensure everyone can be fed. Please bring your hamburger meat no later than noon on Friday. 

We are looking to feed anywhere from 200-300 people. We will be taking any donations of food, clothes, water, etc.

If you bring donations in prior to Friday, you can drop them off with any registration staff. Thank you.

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

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The Absentee Shawnee Health System emphasizes the use of advance appointments as the primary means of scheduling patient visits. Individuals who make an appointment and then fail to present within 10 min of the appointed time without giving prior notification are termed “no-shows” and will have to reschedule. Any patient with three no-show appointments will be placed on “same-day call status” for a period of six months. The patient will NOT be able to schedule appointments in advance, but will have to call in for same day care and will be subject to appointment availability.

Effective, April 1 all patients will need to update at the front registration desk prior to going to their appointment.

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March is National Nutrition Month celebrated by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. This month will be directed towards "Get Your Plate in Shape" by making healthy food choices, developing healthy eating habits and increasing physical activity.

The Diabetes and Wellness Program (REACH) will be sponsoring & hosting weekly Diabetes and Wellness education classes with a goal of choosing healthy food choices along with email blasts.  Please join us in our journey to healthier lifestyles by calling us today to reserve your seat. RSVP to the Diabetes and Wellness program at the Little Axe Clinic- 405.447.0300.
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Kick Butts Day is a national day of activism that empowers youth to stand out, speak up and seize control against Big Tobacco.
  • Raise awareness of the problem of tobacco use in their state or community
  • Encourage youth to reject the tobacco industry’s deceptive marketing and stay tobacco-free
  • Urge elected officials to take a action to protect kids from tobacco.

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The purpose of the Diabetes and Wellness Education Department is to inform Native Americans on healthy lifestyle changes through education and awareness. Our primary goals are to prevent or slow the progression of diabetes and prevent complications from diabetes and to improve the lives of those affected by diabetes.

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  • 1 -Pint of Strawberries
  • 1 -container of sugar free whipped cream
  • 1 -8 oz package of 1/3 fat cream cheese (softened)
  • 1 1/2 tsp - vanilla extract
  • 1 -package of sugar free cheesecake pudding
  • 1 -gallon zip lock bag
  1. Fold together whipped cream and pudding until well blended.
  2. Add cream cheese and vanilla extract and mix well.
  3. Place into freezer bag and chill for 30 minutes in the refrigerator.
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