Hillcrest COVID-19 Call Center
Hillcrest HealthCare System has an established COVID-19 Call Center. Operators are available Monday - Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to answer patient questions, provide support and connect them to a provider. The Call Center line is 918-574-0920.

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JP has been a Labor and Delivery nurse for 15 years. She joined Bailey Medical Center in 2008 as a manager for the OB department. She brought years of clinical experience in the Maternal/Child nursing specialty and developed the Bailey’s Babies Childbirth Education Program. The program includes childbirth class and infant CPR to our patients and the community. This program is also offered to the community. She is an active member of the Tulsa Health Department’s Tulsa Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Project (TFIMR), in which she has served for 7 years. She is very interested and takes... Read More »

A parking lot blanketed in bikes, helmets and towels reveals families laying out running shoes and going through the rundown once more, as the sun rises on a perfectly fall-like August morning. The Bunch family is easy to spot with their four bright neon T-shirts – all with nicknames proudly and distinctly displayed on their backs. Mom, Maureen, lines up her children, Declan, 9, Delaney, 7, Dawson, 7, and Donovan, 5, for a photo before the start of the Strong Kids Triathlon at the Owasso Family YMCA. For once, Saturday’s sporting event is in one location, at the same time, for all four... Read More »

Bailey Medical Center was proud to support the Strong Kids Triathlon, benefiting the Strong Kids program at the Owasso Family YMCA, Saturday, August 17. Proceeds will help fund families to utilize services at the Owasso Family YMCA to stay active and live healthy lives.

At 6:03 p.m. August 19, 2013 baby girl Jimena was born, weighing 6 pounds 13 ounces. At 6:08 p.m. she was joined by her sister, Paloma, weighing 5 pounds 9 ounces. New parents Alma and Sean Larkin were overjoyed their daughters were healthy and here after 38 weeks of a pregnancy Alma says was “simple and smooth.”  

As first-time expectant parents, the Larkins were excited to learn they were pregnant, but did not expect to hear they were having twins, even though twins run in their families. Sean has a twin brother and both Alma’s grandmothers were twins. “Dr. Chainakul told us we... Read More »

Kay Netta Allen, 65, and her husband talked about going on a cruise for years. Aside from trips to Branson, Mo., and other road trips, the couple had never taken a “big trip.” The Allens, who have been married for 47 years, had spent nearly two years planning and saving when Kay Netta received a reminder for her annual mammogram. Realizing she had accidently skipped a year, she knew she needed to schedule her mammogram before leaving for the Alaskan cruise. The appointment was set for the month prior to their departure.

Kay Netta arrived at Bailey Medical Center for her mammogram,... Read More »

The oil and gas industry was booming and business was good. Work came first for Michele Thompson just a few short years ago. Turning 40 came and went and before she knew it, Michele was getting her first mammogram at the age of 45 in May 2012. Living in southern Oklahoma at the time, Michele didn’t know what to think when the mammogram revealed a mass. 

She decided to wait to pursue further medical consultation and it wasn’t until she moved to Claremore last fall, when shooting pain in her breast prompted her to seek another opinion. She says, however, the voice inside her head kept... Read More »

The oil and gas industry was booming and business was good. Work came first for Michele Thompson just a few short years ago. Turning 40 came and went and before she knew it, Michele was getting her first mammogram at the age of 45 in May 2012. Living in southern Oklahoma at the time, Michele didn’t know what to think when the mammogram revealed a mass.

She decided to wait to pursue further medical consultation and it wasn’t until she moved to Claremore last fall, when shooting pain in her breast prompted her to seek another opinion. She says, however, the voice inside her head kept... Read More »

The severe weather outbreak Monday afternoon and evening was felt from every corner of the state. As a massive EF5 Tornado ripped through Moore, OK, the skies in Owasso were beginning to stir. Before local media could report the widespread damage in the Oklahoma City suburb, a line of storms quickly developed, and tornado warnings were issued in several Northeastern Oklahoma counties. Code Black rang through the hospital at Bailey Medical Center. Employees and staff moved patients and prepared to take cover. On this particular May evening, Owasso was spared. As the helicopters hovered over... Read More »