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Summer Safety Event & Teddy Bear Mini Clinic Success

By NutexMarketing | June 25, 2019

The Summer Safety Event was held to help families learn about water, bike, and sun safety as well as tips on how to stay hydrated in the summer. There was a bounce house, water slide, and various stations setup to teach children about sun safety, water safety, outdoor safety, and swimming safety. With over 500…

Sick boy with thermometer laying in bed and mother hand taking temperature. Mother checking temperature of her sick son who has thermometer in his mouth. Sick child with fever and illness while resting in bed.

3 Common Illnesses & Injuries That Send Children to the ER

By NutexMarketing | June 20, 2019

Between flu season and the playground, it may seem like there’s always a new injury or infection plaguing your child. The American Medical Association reports that children constituted 1/5 of all ER visits in 2018, and 18 percent of children aged 0 – 17 visited the ER at least once last year. Protecting your child’s…

Stop the Spread of Measles

By NutexMarketing | May 24, 2019

In the past three years, outbreaks of measles have gone up. Every year there are more, and with 2019 not even halfway done, the CDC is already reporting over 500 cases of measles in the United States. These numbers are the second highest they have been since measles was eliminated in the year 2000. With…

Easter Celebrations at Oklahoma ER & Hospital

By mflores | April 19, 2019

On a cold and rainy morning, the Easter Bunny came hopping into Edmond to deliver eggs and Easter joy to local families. Oklahoma ER & Hospital was overjoyed to host such a dedicated bunny, and after seeing so many kids come to celebrate at our facility, we know that our community was excited too. Despite…

Stopping the Bleed at Oklahoma ER & Hospital

By mflores | April 8, 2019

When a dangerous emergency takes place, it can be difficult for many people to know how to react. In situations when paramedics are on the way or medical care isn’t easily found, how can an average member of the community know what to do? With public shootings on the rise, how can people prepare themselves…

Teddy Bear Clinic Success!

By mflores | March 12, 2019

Anytime that there is a chance to teach children about their health, the doctors and nurses at Oklahoma ER & Hospital get excited. This excitement was the driving force behind our first annual Teddy Bear Clinic, which was held February 23rd. As the first event of its kind, this family-friendly clinic was met with just…

Oklahoma ER & Hospital’s Grand Opening Weekend

By mflores | February 19, 2019

In the middle of a cold winter weekend, with temperatures as low as 27⁰ F, hundreds of families in the Edmond area were flocking to Oklahoma ER & Hospital for not one, but two momentous events.  Our Ribbon Cutting, presided by the Edmond Area and Greater Oklahoma City Chambers of Commerce, this auspicious event was…

Grand Opening Events!

By mflores | January 29, 2019

After a successful opening in January, Oklahoma ER & Hospital is excited to announce that it will be starting February with celebrations. In February, the micro-hospital will hold two special events to welcome community members through its doors. First, the official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, followed by the Grand Opening the next day. On February 8th…

Cold & Flu Prevention Tips

By mflores | December 20, 2018

As the temperatures drop and the holidays loom closer, many families might be worried about how to keep themselves from getting sick. This time of year is when more and more people come down with nasty colds or the flu, and yet it is always the worst time to be feeling ill. So how can…

All-About Micro Hospitals

By mflores | December 12, 2018

Modern medicine is always evolving, from new medications and vaccines, to the latest in diagnostic technology. As we see reports and articles about new treatments, many people assume these developments only take place around traditional hospitals in big cities, not anywhere accessible to their own hometown. But traditional hospitals are not the only ones making…