Hospitals and Medical Centers

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South Oklahoma City residents don’t have to go far to receive quality health care. With three award-winning hospitals and medical centers, the community is well served with myriad resources for every health issue, from a sprain to major surgery. Leading specialist at local facilities are focused on providing the highest quality care for patients of all ages. Residents can rest assured all their health care needs will be treated close to home.

Community Hospital

Community Hospital provides world-class care with a community spirit, a mission that has made the hospital one of Oklahoma’s highest-ranked hospitals for patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes. The hospital has an ongoing commitment to deliver a comprehensive range of services at two campuses. Community Hospital’s south campus is a full-service hospital serving Southwest Oklahoma City and the surrounding communities including Blanchard, Moore, Newcastle, Norman, Mustang and Tuttle.

Community Hospital’s north campus offers inpatient and outpatient services, including diagnostic imaging and direct access to physician offices. The north campus provides easy access from north Oklahoma City, Edmond, Piedmont, Guthrie, Jones, Luther and Wellston.

With a variety of services, delivered by leading specialists, Community Hospital provides concierge-level care that always puts the patient first. Services include diagnostic Imaging, gastroenterology, orthopedics & spine care, outpatient rehabilitation, emergency services, gynecology, otolaryngology and pain management.

Community Hospital is proud to be a physician-owned hospital. For more information, visit CommunityHospitalOKC.com.

INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center

INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center has been a vital part of the community serving South Oklahoma City for over 50 years in more than 40 medical specialty areas. They continue to provide the highest quality care with services like the INTEGRIS Heart Hospital, INTEGRIS Cancer Institute, Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation and the newest addition of the the INTEGRIS Robotics Institute. INTEGRIS is a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network.

A unique collaboration allowing INTEGRIS physicians to work directly with Mayo physicians on complex diagnosis and treatment plans. This combined expertise gives Oklahoma patients the care they need without additional cost or unnecessary travel.

INTEGRIS Southwest is fully accredited by the Joint Commission and is a member of the American Hospital Association and Vizient. The hospital’s goal is to provide the highest quality of patient care possible across Oklahoma and the surrounding states. Their mission is to improve the health of the people and communities they serve.

Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City

Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City is recognized as an IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals, and one of 13 hospitals to receive the Everest Award, achieving the highest national benchmarks over five consecutive years.

Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City is a leader in cancer and stroke treatment, breast imaging and research and robotic surgery. Mercy Hospital has a Level-III neonatal intensive care unit, which provides lifesaving care for critically ill newborns.

Mercy Hospital was the first health facility in Oklahoma to be named a Comprehensive Stroke Center by The Joint Commission.

Health care is more accessible than ever before through Mercy
Clinic’s broad network of primary care and specialty physicians. The latest technology like our integrated electronic health record and MyMercy allows patients to manage their health information from computers or smartphones.

If you need treatment right away for minor medical conditions, visit one of the metro-area Convenient Care or Mercy-GoHealth locations.

Norman Regional Health System

Norman Regional Health System is a multi-campus system that provides for health and wellness needs throughout south central Oklahoma. Norman Regional has three main campuses at Norman Regional Moore, Norman Regional HealthPlex and Norman Regional Hospital.

Norman Regional provides a full range of acute care and outpatient services. The newest service is Norman Regional Virtual Care. This app allows patients to see a physician via their computer, tablet or smartphone anytime from anywhere in Oklahoma. Each visit costs $45 with no insurance required. Go to www.NormanRegional.com/virtualcare to learn more. You can download the Norman Regional Virtual Care app in the Apple App Store or Google Play to start your visit or enroll today.

The health system also has 15 primary care locations, including Primary Care — South Oklahoma City and Waterview in South Oklahoma City, and Primary Care — Moore and Miles in Moore. Walk-in or same-day appointments are available. Call (405) 515-5000 to find a physician that is right for you or visit www.NormanRegional.com/booknow to schedule an appointment.

Some of Norman Regional’s other services include cardiovascular, breast care, orthopedics, neurosurgery, oncology, outpatient diagnostic centers, physical therapy, surgery, women’s and children’s services and more.

Visit www.NormanRegional.com for additional information.

Oklahoma Heart Hospital

As a doctor-owned hospital, the focus at Oklahoma Heart Hospital (OHH) is on the patient. The hospital’s South campus boasts 44 private patient beds and 163,000 square feet of state-of-the-art space, including three open heart/peripheral vascular surgical suites, a hybrid operating room, four cardiac and peripheral vascular catheterization labs, an electrophysiology lab and a comprehensive emergency room.

OHH South was recognized as a Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence Award recipient as a top-performing health care organization. The honor awards organizations that consistently rank in the 95th percentile of patient satisfaction within the health care industry.

Adjacent to the South campus is the OHH South Medical Office Building. These 70,000-square-feet, three story facility is home to diagnostic, clinical and cardiac rehabilitation services.

SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital – Oklahoma City

For more than a century, St. Anthony Hospital has been caring for Oklahomans. The journey began 120 years ago when its founding sisters established the hospital as the first in the Oklahoma territory in 1898.

St. Anthony Hospital is part of SSM Health, a nonprofit health system serving the comprehensive health needs of communities across the Midwest through a robust and fully integrated health care delivery system. In 2018, St. Anthony Hospital became SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital, a new name that reflects its unity and organizational commitment to providing exceptional health care services, improving the lives of our patients and the health of our communities.

St. Anthony Hospital provides cardiology, oncology, behavioral health, surgery, orthopedics and a variety of other specialty services. SSM Health Medical Group, formerly St. Anthony Physicians Group, has more the 250 primary care and specialty care providers across Central Oklahoma. For more information, visit ssmhealth.com/saints.