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Tulsa ER and Hospital opened July 29 at 717 W. 71st St. to treat pediatric and adult patients. The facility offers emergency medical care, 24/7.

“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,” says Dr. Mark Blubaugh, medical director for Tulsa ER and Hospital.

With the opening of Tulsa ER and Hospital, the community will gain access to emergency care without the issues of large, congested hospital emergency rooms. 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 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 and Hospital team is comprised of emergency room physicians, ER nurses, medical technicians, radiology technologists and front desk staff committed to improving patient care in Tulsa.

Tulsa ER and Hospital honors all in-network insurance rates for emergency care and does not balance bill. For those that choose to self-pay, prices are available on the website and at the front desk. The facility accepts Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation. Learn more at

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