Tulsa ER & Hospital Opens for Emergency Care

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WELCOMING PATIENTS: Tulsa ER & Hospital personnel welcome patients to their new facility. From left are Chief Nursing officer Rusty McGuire, Dr. Jennifer Galbraith and Medical Director Dr. Mark Blubaugh.

Tulsa ER & Hospital has opened to treat pediatric and adult patients. The facility will offer emergency medical care 24 hours, seven days a week.
Medical Director Dr. Mark Blubaugh states, “Our mission is to provide the residents of Tulsa, and its surrounding communities, with a shorter wait time, while still providing exceptionally high-quality medical care to each patient that comes through our doors.” 
With the opening of Tulsa ER & Hospital, the community will gain access to relatively quick emergency care. The goal is to get patients back from the waiting area in five minutes or less. Patient-focused care when people need it most is just part of the concierge-style experience. The facility also boasts a full clinical laboratory and the most advanced imaging and diagnostic equipment available, including CT scans, ultrasound, and digital X-Ray. If needed, patients can be observed or admitted for a short stay in the inpatient unit.
The Tulsa ER & Hospital team is comprised of expert emergency room physicians, skilled ER nurses, medical technicians, radiology technologists, and front desk staff committed to improving patient care in Tulsa.
Tulsa ER & Hospital accepts most commercial and private insurance plans as well as Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation, and offers competitive rates for self-pay. The staff are well-qualified and trained to provide comprehensive care from illness, to trauma, to life-threatening conditions.
To learn more about Tulsa ER & Hospital, visit www.tulsaer.com.