Tulsa Hospital and Medical Support in the Region
The List of hospitals in Oklahoma allows for considerable medical support for the Tulsa Olympics.
Tulsa area hospitals include: St. John Medical System, Hillcrest Medical, St. Francis Hearth Hospital, and St. Francis Hospital.
In Tulsa, the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences is consistently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as being among the best medical schools in the country. For the year 2007, the weekly news magazine ranked the college 20th in the nation in rural medicine and 45th in primary care. The Oklahoma State University Medical Center is the teaching hospital for OSU, and located in downtown Tulsa.
The OU School of Community Medicine is designed to serve the health care needs of entire communities, especially vulnerable and underserved populations.
St. Francis is expanding to include a level 1 Trauma center.
Oklahoma City area medical support includes: University of Oklahoma Medical, Harold Hamm Diabetes Center, a patient care institution of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, St. Anthony, Deaconess Hospital, The Mercy Health System, Midwest Regional Medical Center, and Norman Regional Hospital.