Mercy Hospital Ada Looks to the Future

May 31, 2017

Mercy Hospital Ada is growing and has a bright future ahead of it, said Mercy Ada President Lori Wightman. 

Wightman said the hospital is growing internally and also expanding its presence in the community. Mercy employs over 600 people, making it one of the largest employers in Ada. There are 156 acute licensed beds with 11 different facilities.

Safe and reliable care is a major component with Mercy. People want to know they can count on the community hospital. Mercy upholds the best practices standards and offers the same high level of care that can be received in bigger cities. Mercy is not only meeting the best practices standards — they are exceeding them, Wightman said.

Click here to read the full story by The Ada News reporter, Allyson Gregory.

Wightman said the hospital is growing internally and also expanding its presence in the community. Mercy employs over 600 people, making it one of the largest employers in Ada. There are 156 acute licensed beds with 11 different facilities.

Wightman said the hospital is growing internally and also expanding its presence in the community. Mercy employs over 600 people, making it one of the largest employers in Ada. There are 156 acute licensed beds with 11 different facilities.

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