The mission of INTEGRIS Health Community Hospitals is to increase the community’s access to high quality health care through an experienced staff and state-of-the-art resources.
Our goal is to offer the quality of care we would expect and demand for our own families. Streamlined admitting procedures, highly qualified physician and medical specialists at every level of care and the latest diagnostic equipment are just a few of the distinctions we offer.
Everywhere you look, you see evidence of our commitment to provide the finest emergency care, any hour of the day or night. INTEGRIS Health Community Hospitals offer patients and their primary care physicians assurance that while in our hands, you’ll be treated promptly, respectfully, and effectively.
Our physicians and highly trained nurses and technicians have refined their skills in a wide range of medical arenas, including hospital emergency rooms, EMS departments and military medical units. This wealth of expertise means you can feel confident about receiving the finest health care medicine available.
INTEGRIS Health Community Hospitals is well equipped to handle any emergency, with the kind of equipment and services you would expect from a top-quality hospital.
Community Health Improvement Plans
Representatives from INTEGRIS Health attended the Wellness Now coalition monthly meetings to complete the four community assessments including a county wide health improvement plan. The CHIP (County Health Improvement Plan) was derived from using the four assessments in the MAPP (Mobilizing Action through Planning and Partnerships) process. The assessments included: Community Health Status Assessment, Forces of Change, Community Themes and Strengths, and the Local Public Health System Assessment. The coalition determined the focus areas by the following: community assets, community assessments, barriers, resources available, community input, provider input stakeholder input and significant data.
Information for the Community Needs Assessment was gathered using several tools. Agencies from the MAPP Coalition used methods to obtain data relevant for specific populations. Data collection included multiple focus groups, community health surveys, existing local agency partner data along with the State of the State Health Reports and Community County Profiles. The data was analyzed and prioritized by the coalition. Information was gathered from the Healthy Communities Assessment included on INTEGRIS Health Website. Five hundred and thirty-three (533) people responded to the INTEGRIS Oklahoma County Community Health Needs Assessment survey.