Oklahoma Heart Hospital is now open for all patients again. Don’t delay your medical care!
OHH has been minimally impacted with COVID-19 patients. After careful assessment, our physicians have determined the time is right to reopen our Emergency Department and begin accepting patients for non-essential procedures.
We are expanding our services deliberately and cautiously with your safety and healing as our primary concern. First, we thank you for your cooperation and sacrifice as we navigate the complexities of this challenging time together.
As you enter our hospital and emergency departments, patients and one family/support member will be greeted by a healthcare provider who will take your temperature and ask you a few questions related to your physical status. We request you bring a mask to wear as a precaution, one will be provided if you do not have one so that we are in compliance with CDC recommendations. After this quick screening, you will go on to your appointment as usual. Please check our website at OKHEART.com for more information about our visitor policy.
Across the nation and even here close to home, we are hearing of people who are delaying their medical appointments and even ER visits because they are fearful the hospital is not safe. As a result, people are suffering and compounding their medical situation. OHH is taking every precaution to ensure your safety and a huge part of that commitment is to treat your existing heart-related medical problems NOW.
In addition to in-person care we continue to provide virtual visits to for patients who want to talk with a physician from their home. Call 405 608-3800 to access a healthcare provider via telemedicine.
If you are experiencing serious symptoms, don’t be afraid to come in. Visit us with confidence.