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Health Care - 06.10.2011

St. Anthony opens conference center

Rapp Foundation Conference Center was dedicated June 9

With sweeping panoramic views of the Downtown skyline as a backdrop, officials at St. Anthony Hospital marked the dedication of the $1.9 million Rapp Foundation Conference Center June 9. Read more
Health Care - 08.25.2011

OMRF marks 65 years of innovation and discovery

On Aug. 28, 1946, a group of state leaders gathered at the Capitol. They were there to witness the Secretary of State of Oklahoma grant the charter of a new, nonprofit institute: the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. Read more
Health Care - 09.22.2011

St. Anthony and Holdenville hospitals sign agreement

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St. Anthony Hospital and Holdenville General Hospital recently announced a formal affiliation between the two facilities that was finalized in a recent signing ceremony in Holdenville. Read more
Health Care - 09.28.2011

Flu fighters

Employers say providing free flu shots to employees is worth the cost

At First Bethany Bank, a single case of the flu can quickly get serious. With only 35 employees, First Bethany is a small bank. If several people get sick at once from the flu, conducting day-to-day business can pose quite a challenge, which is why it offers free flu shots to its employees. Read more
Health Care - 10.03.2011

Dean McGee Eye Institute celebrates $46 million expansion

Seeing is believing at the Dean McGee Eye Institute when it comes to a recent $46 million addition to the facility. In the soaring five story Inasmuch Foundation lobby, dignitaries and the institute’s staff and leadership gathered Oct. 3 to dedicate the facility and a piece of art on the lawn looking toward Lincoln Boulevard. Read more
Health Care - 10.21.2011

Cancer Sucks, Inc. donates $10,000 to pediatric cancer research

Cancer Sucks, Inc. will present Children’s Hospital Foundation with a $10,000 donation that will help transform the health of Oklahoma’s children by funding pediatric cancer research to be used in the study of genetics. Read more
Economy - 10.26.2011

Midwest lowdown

Founded in the early 1940s, Midwest City thrives from nearby Tinker Air Force Base, Town Center, Rose State College and more

Midwest City is the result of some quick thinking by one developer and the placement of a military depot in the early 1940s. As it has grown, the community has endured tornadoes and a shopping mall closure, while also building a hotel and conference center and a new shopping center that has beat the odds through a recession by remaining full of local and national tenants. Read more
Health Care - 11.17.2011

DHS announces $1 billion in grants via Health Care Innovation Challenge

The Department of Health and Human Services announced yesterday the Health Care Innovation Challenge from the CMS Innovation Center, a new initiative designed to test creative ways to deliver high quality medical care and reduce costs across the country.
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Health Care - 11.29.2011

OKCIC wins big at government awards

Physician Champion, Best Goal outcome for diabetes, mammograms among top awards.

The Oklahoma City Indian Clinic tied for the most awards received by a health care provider at the recent Government Performance and Results Act awards meeting. The White Cloud Health Station in White Cloud, Kan. shared the top spot with OKCIC. Read more
Commentary - 12.21.2011

There is a way to lower health care costs

G. Keith Smith
Medical Doctor
Surgery Center of Oklahoma
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