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St. John B.A. to Expand With Assisted Living

Construction is underway on Prairie House Assisted Living and Memory Care, a new senior living community being built on the campus of St. John Broken Arrow in Oklahoma.

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Bailey Bariatrics Offers Hope, Health

By EMILY RAMSEY

At 26 years old, Andrew Ames was nearly 350 pounds and taking four medications daily, with a family history of obesity, heart attacks, diabetes and strokes.
“I saw that I was falling into a sedentary lifestyle, and I made the conscious decision to make a positive change,” he says.

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St. John Plans Outpatient Cancer Center

St. John Health System has announced plans for a comprehensive outpatient cancer care center to be built on the St. John Broken Arrow campus, 1000 W. Boise Circle. The facility will be designed as a stand-alone, state-of-the-art outpatient facility providing convenient cancer treatment services to patients in eastern Oklahoma.

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OSU-CHS Researchers Receive President’s Cup

Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences researchers were honored with first and second place in the President’s Cup for Creative Interdisciplinary Competition at the University Awards Convocation in Stillwater recently.

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Families in Medical Crisis Receive Hope and Hospitality

Citizens from the Tulsa area shared hope with families in need by delivering waiting room survival kits to families in 14 Tulsa-area hospitals on Dec. 4. Hospitality House of Tulsa, located at 1135 S. Victor Ave., kicked off its annual Night of Hospitality with a musically-synchronized light show, holiday treats and a visit from Santa.

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New Emergency Center Opens at Hillcrest

A new emergency room has opened its doors in midtown Tulsa. The Emergency Center at Hillcrest Medical Center, opened in mid-November, is located at 1125 South Trenton Ave.

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OSU Family Clinic Focuses on Children

The Oklahoma State University Family Health and Nutrition Clinic is taking its mission to improve the health of Tulsa-area children into public schools.

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Clinic Helps Patients Take Control of Health

By EMILY RAMSEY

As health care costs continue to rise and more individuals find their health risks becoming realities, many are looking for ways to take proactive control of their health.

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Cancer Survivors Celebrate at CTCA

Celebrating “every day” since their cancer diagnosis, more than 200 survivors were invited to mark the five-year milestone since their first treatment at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), 10109 E. 79th St., at the hospital’s annual Celebrate Life event held on Friday, Sept. 12.

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Beltone Executives Win President’s Cup Award

Beltone proudly presented its prestigious President’s Cup Award to Dick and Robin Clay of Springfield, Mo. Beltone’s highest honor, the President’s Cup, is awarded annually to hearing care practitioners who demonstrate exceptional patient care, community involvement and professional business practices.

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Cherokee Nation, TU Partner For Child Asthma Study

The Cherokee Nation and the University of Tulsa are conducting a three-year study to determine whether minor changes at home and school can reduce asthma among Cherokee children.

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OSU-COM Wins Training Award

The American Osteopathic Association presented the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine with the Strategic Team Award and Recognition during the organization’s annual house of delegates meeting in July.

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American Diabetes Association Hosts Fundraiser

The American Diabetes Association’s Concours for the Cure will be held at Southern Hills Country Club Sept. 28, 4-7 p.m. Sponsored by MidFirst Bank, the event celebrates automobiles while raising money to fight diabetes.

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Natural Grocery Boom Continues

By EMILY RAMSEY

Even with the recent closing of GreenAcres Market just two years after opening in Jenks, the natural and organic grocery store movement continues to grow locally, begging the question of how many natural grocery stores can Greater Tulsa sustain.

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First Case of West Nile Virus Confirmed in Tulsa County

Tulsa Health Department officials announced this week a confirmed human case of West Nile virus (WNV) in Tulsa County. This is the first confirmed human case to be reported in Tulsa County this season, and the second case statewide. In July, Oklahoma State Department of Health officials announced the first case had been confirmed in a resident of Major County. Residents are urged to continue to take precaution against WNV as months with the highest risk for exposure to WNV are the months of July through October.

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