Stigler Health and Wellness, Inc.
Service Area Map
Serving patients in Haskell, Latimer, LeFlore, McIntosh, and Sequoyah Counties as well as parts of Muskogee and Pittsburgh Counties.
As we have grown over more than 16 years, HWC has changed and shifted to better meet the needs of patients and community members within our service areas. As part of this continued growth, during last year’s Fall Strategic Planning Meeting with the HWC Board of Directors and Leadership, a decision was made to collectively shift focus to perfecting the many resources and services currently offered within the HWC network. To further this endeavor, a new mission statement, vision, and company values were created.
HWC will be a national model of excellence in providing all-inclusive care for people of all ages.
- Improving quality of life
- Investing in our communities
- Providing comprehensive services
Since the nation’s first health centers opened in 1965, expansion of the Federally Qualified Health
Center (FQHC) system to include over 1,400 organizations that have created an affordable health
care option for more than 29 million people across the nation. FQHC’s, also known as Community
Health Centers (CHC’s), help increase access to crucial primary and preventative care by reducing
barriers such as cost, lack of insurance, distance, and language for their patients. In doing so, health
centers provide substantial benefits to the country and its health care system.
What's A Community Health Center?
Community Health Centers are located throughout the country and increase access to timely primary and preventative care, and provide screening, diagnosis, and management of chronic illnesses such as diabetes, asthma, heart and lung disease, depression, cancer and HIV/AIDS. For more information about Community Health Centers, visit here.