The Lavan Martin Assisted Living Facility includes four assisted living homes, an entrance canopy, courtyards, dining, a coffee shop, business center, quilting room and resident laundry. There are 24 apartments with one bedroom, eight 2-bedroom apartments and two guest rooms. The 69,300-square-foot complex also includes a 100-seat dining room, as well as recreational and entertainment venues. The architectural concept was inspired by Creek Tribal heritage and elements found in nature. The structure is comprised of rough-hewn timbers with vaulted, exposed wood decking and stone. The complex also features a large fireplace, and the landscape features gardens, walks, seating and gathering areas, as well as a fountain and fire pit.
The Buford L. Rolin Tribal Health Clinic is a 65,000-square-foot, 2-story building designed around a central atrium using stone and wood construction. The clinic provides services such as a diabetes program, women-infant children program (WIC), women’s health, primary and specialty care, dental care, diagnostic imaging, physical therapy, behavioral health, preventative health education and more.