Oneida Indian Nation Health Services


Providing state-of-the-art health services for Oneida Indian Nation Members and American Indians living in Central New York. 

An emphasis on Haudenosaunee culture is present throughout the facility with two large display cases in the lobby featuring Oneida artifacts and craftwork courtesy of the Shako:wi Cultural Center.


Providing top medical, dental and behavioral health care for all generations is the number one priority for Oneida Indian Nation Health Services, which serves nearly 3,500 clients. Health Services specializes in areas of medical care specifically needed in the American Indian population, including pre-diabetic and diabetic care. The program also provides preventative healthcare services. The 1,600-square-foot reception area features three reception desks with overhead lights indicating check-in availability for patients in the waiting areas.

Hours:  Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. by appointment.

Phone:  (315) 829-8700 or 1-800-663-4324

Yukwata’kali:ték DIABETES PROGRAM

Health Servicesʼ Yukwata’kali:ték Diabetes Program achieved reaccreditation by the Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists (ADCES) in 2022. Accreditation represents a high level of quality and service to the community and the ability to better meet the needs of American Indian patients affected by diabetes. The program has been accredited since 2011.

Diabetes education services utilize a collaborative process through which people with, or at risk for, diabetes work with a diabetes educator to receive individualized care to help them reach their health goals. Diabetes education is a covered Medicare benefit when delivered through an accredited program.


COVID-19 testing is available at Oneida Indian Nation Health Services for Nation Members and Health Services clients by appointment only. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 (see CDC information on symptoms here) please call for an appointment.

Seasonal flu shots are also available for Health Services clients. If you have questions about available vaccines, you can call Health Services anytime during business hours, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.



Health Services clients also have access to programs administered by Behavioral Health Services and Pathways Case Management. These services include: mental health counseling (individual, couples, family and group), assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning and ongoing therapy. Specialized therapies such as guided imagery and art therapy are often used in these programs.



The Oneida Indian Nation Health Services is located at 2057 Dream Catcher Plaza in Oneida. The telephone number for all medical, dental and Behavioral Health Services calls is (315) 829-8700 or 1-800-663-4324.



40+ full- and part-time staff members including: 

  • 2 full-time family practice physicians
  • 1 full-time family nurse practitioner
  • 5 part-time contract medical doctors
  • 1 part-time endocrinologist
  • 1 part-time podiatrist
  • 1 part-time psychiatrist

Number of Rooms 

  • 10 exam rooms
  • 1 health education room
  • 2 conference rooms
  • 5 dental rooms (operatories)
  • 1 lab
  • 2 nurses stations
  • 8 behavioral health offices
  • 1 Joslin Vision Network eye room
  • 1 nutrition/diabetes office
  • 1 business office suite