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Hillcrest Welcomes Artist, Celebrates SILAS Program

In May, Hillcrest Medical Center recognized its Art of Healing program and celebrated the two-year anniversary of its SILAS Program.

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Hillcrest Don’t Bug Me Winners

(Left photo) DELANEY CARLSON: Owasso Public Schools’ Hodson Elementary third grader Delaney Carlson displays her winning Don’t Bug Me poster on May 11 with, from left, Kaitlin Snider, public information officer for the Tulsa Health Department; Ginny Hensley, media and public relations manager for Hillcrest HealthCare System; and Leanne Stephens, with the Tulsa Health Department. Carlson’s poster was the winning creation for the 1-3 grade category of the Don’t Bug Me poster contest. Carlson also won an Amazon Fire tablet.

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Event Promotes Health

On May 7, more than 800 cyclists from across the state and region descended upon Tulsa to participate in the 29th annual Tour de Tulsa, presented by St. John Health System.

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CTCA Excellence Recognized

Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) in Tulsa recently garnered two clinical milestones: named one of the “Best Overall Patient-Rated Hospitals” in the country by Becker’s Infection Control & Clinical Quality and receiving re-accreditation by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), a program administered by the American College of Surgeons.

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Brain Lectures

Laureate Institute for Brain Research (LIBR), a scientific research institute that focuses on discovering brain-based technologies to improve mental health, has scheduled dates through August for its lecture series “Healthy Brains for a Healthy Oklahoma.”

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Researcher Selects OSU-CHS

Showket Hussain, Ph.D., renowned molecular oncologist and senior research officer for the Indian Council of Medical Research in New Delhi, recently joined Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences on an international visiting fellowship for cancer research.

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Jane Niemeyer Brings Comfort Through Nonprofit


After Jane Niemeyer was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013, she experienced firsthand the range of emotions that the disease brings. She also witnessed up-close those feelings in fellow cancer patients.

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Don’t Bug Them!

KICKING THE FLU: Players from the Roughnecks served as celebrity judges of the 12th annual Don’t Bug Me poster contest, a partnership of Hillcrest HealthCare System and the Tulsa Health Department. Posters were created by students of local elementary schools. At left is David Abidor, defensive player for the Roughnecks, and with him is midfielder Brady Ballew. Both are posing with the signature Don’t Bug Me antennae.

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OSU-CHS Psychologist Honored

Richard Walter, scholar-in-residence of forensic sciences at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences and world-renowned pioneer in crime scene assessment, has been selected as a recipient of the Paul W. Kehres Meritorious Service Award from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.

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Roughnecks, Hillcrest Create Partnership for 2016 Season

The Tulsa Roughnecks and Hillcrest HealthCare System recently announced that they will continue their partnership for a second season. Hillcrest HealthCare System will remain as the official medical provider of the Roughnecks team as well as the presenting sponsor of the team’s 2016 season.

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Senior Resource Website Launches

In an effort to empower older adults and their families with valuable information on aging well in a rapidly-growing seniors housing industry, the American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA) recently launched a new website. Devoted to the complex components of today’s senior living options, is part of ASHA’s five-year strategic plan designed to provide seniors, adult children and others with meaningful seniors housing information.

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Red Cross Has Significant Need for Type O Negative Blood

The American Red Cross has a significant need for type O negative blood donors to donate blood for patients.

Type O negative blood can be transfused to patients with any blood type and is often used in emergency situations. While less than 7 percent of the U.S. population has type O negative blood, hospitals depend on frequent O negative donations to ensure it’s always available for patients in need.

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Scouts Take CTCA Field Trip

On Feb. 6, Cub Scouts from Grissom Elementary experienced a high-tech, hands-on field trip to learn about robotic surgery at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), 10109 E. 79th St., in Tulsa.

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Senior Star Donates Handmade Blankets

GIVING BACK: Senior Star and St. Francis representatives stand with more than 100 handmade blankets that Senior Star donated to hospitalized children and their families at The Children’s Hospital at Saint Francis, 6161 South Yale Ave., in February.

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OSU Researcher Aims to Improve Drug, Explosives Detection

Jarrad Wagner, Ph.D., wants to improve the tools used in detecting the presence of illegal drugs or explosives in homes and other locations where production is suspected.

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