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St. John Clinic Opens in Bixby


RIBBON CUTTING: Bishop David A. Konderla, bishop of the Diocese of Tulsa, cuts the ribbon for the opening of the St. John Clinic in Bixby. Joining the Bishop are, from left, Todd Hoffman, M.D., president, St. John Clinic and Clinical Dyad Partner; Mike Mullins, senior vice president, Ascension Healthcare, Ministry Market executive, St. John Health System; Robin Decatur, Bixby City Council, Ward 5; and Krystal Crockett, president/CEO of the Bixby Chamber of Commerce. Directly behind Hoffman at the left is Randy Mills, Ph.D., president, St. John Clinic and Administrative Dyad partner. 



St. John Clinic held a community grand opening May 9 to celebrate its newest facility, which is located at 7333 E. 121st St. in Bixby. Community guests and local leaders attended the event to get a firsthand look at the 24,900-square-foot facility that will provide primary care, urgent care and digital lab services to one of the state’s fastest-growing communities. The clinic began seeing patients May 14.

Guests also heard remarks provided by Mike Mullins, senior vice president, Ascension Healthcare, Ministry Market executive, St. John Health System; Todd Hoffman, MD, president, St. John Clinic and Clinical Dyad partner; Randy Mills, Ph.D., president, St. John Clinic and Administrative Dyad Partner; Jason Lepak, M.D., medical director of St. John Clinic Urgent Care; Krystal Crockett, IOM, president/CEO of the Bixby Chamber of Commerce; and Robin Decatur, Bixby City Council, Ward 5. Bishop David A. Konderla, bishop of the Diocese of Tulsa, led a blessing ceremony.

“Access to healthcare when you need it and close to home are vital to the well-being of a growing community like Bixby,” Mullins said. “St. John and Ascension are pleased to bring this state-of-the-art facility and a diverse team of medical professionals to serve the community and meet a wide variety of healthcare needs at a lower cost alternative to an emergency department visit.”

The primary care clinic has space for nine providers and will offer services to advance the primary care experience including behavioral therapists and licensed care managers. A large conference room will host education and training on a variety of health topics for the community, patients and personnel.

The urgent care offers a full range of services including digital diagnostic radiology and expanded on-site laboratory testing provided by Regional Medical Laboratory. Extended urgent care hours will allow patients greater access to care.

Primary care hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Urgent care hours will be Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., and Saturday – Sunday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Patients may schedule appointments online for both primary and urgent care by visiting www.getstjohncare.org.

Updated 06-04-2018

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