Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City Quick Facts

Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City

  • Cancer Resource Center
  • Coletta Building
  • TrueBeam Radiotherapy
  • GammaKnife
  • General Surgery
  • Robotic Surgery
  • Interventional Radiology
  • NeuroScience Institute
  • Stroke Prevention Clinic
  • Women’s Center
  • BirthPlace
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  • Emergency Department
  • Intensive Care Unit
  • Palliative Care
  • Hyperbaric Medicine/Wound Care
  • Sleep Center
  • Oklahoma Heart Hospital
  • Mercy Rehabilitation Center
  • Mercy Clinic Behavioral Health
  • Mercy Clinic Hand Surgery
  • AMG Specialty Hospital

Mercy Heritage

  • 1884: Five Sisters of Mercy first journey into Indian Territory and open St. Mary’s Academy in present-day Konawa to educate Native American children
  • 1892: Sisters aid victims in Krebs’ mining explosion
  • 1905: Mount Saint Mary Academy, an all-girls school, opens in Oklahoma City
  • 1947: The Sisters of Mercy purchase the 85-bed Oklahoma City General Hospital in downtown Oklahoma City
  • 1958: The Heart and Research Center opens and performs the state’s first open heart surgery two years later
  • 1974: Sister Mary Coletta makes visionary move to a cow pasture in northwest Oklahoma City
  • 2012: Mercy Health Center becomes Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City
  • 2016: The Coletta Building, a revolutionary cancer detection and treatment center, opens in Oklahoma City

Just the Facts


  • Among the first health care organizations in the U.S. to have a comprehensive, integrated electronic health record that provides real-time, paperless access to patient information.
  •  MyMercy, a free service, allows patients to connect online with their doctors, plus see medical information, view test results, renew prescriptions, schedule appointments and e-visits using a personal computer, tablet or smartphone.
  • Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City’s Interventional Radiology team was the first in Oklahoma to use the ev3 Pipeline Embolization Device to treat previously untreatable brain aneurysms.


  • Central Oklahoma’s largest oncology group
  • Mercy Birthplace – 250 babies born each month
  • Level-III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit within seconds of BirthPlace
  • State’s only Stroke Prevention Clinic
    • Oklahoma’s only Perfusion CT for quick and accurate diagnoses
  • Largest NeuroScience group in the southwest U.S.
  • Quality & Patient Safety


  • Leader in high-risk breast cancer assessment, breast imaging and research.
  • Published journal articles on substance abuse in the emergency room, end-of-life studies and nursing environment studies.


  • Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City is the state's first hospital to earn Advanced Certification for Comprehensive Stroke Centers by The Joint Commission.



Mercy, named one of the top five large U.S. health systems in 2017 by Truven, an IBM Watson Health company, serves millions annually. Mercy includes 44 acute care, managed and specialty (heart, children’s, orthopedic and rehab) hospitals, more than 700 physician practices and outpatient facilities, 40,000 co-workers and more than 2,000 Mercy Clinic physicians in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. Mercy also has outreach ministries in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. 

About Mercy Clinic

Mercy Clinic is a physician-goverened group of more than 2,100 medical providers across Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. In Oklahoma, Mercy Clinic is nearly 300 providers and 65 clinics statewide, from Watonga to Sulphur, Edmond to Ardmore and most communities in between. With access to Mercy facilities, electronic health records, telemedicine and each other, Mercy Clinic providers can give their patients the best care available, regardless of the patient's location. Patients of Mercy Clinic providers can connect to their health records and health teams anywhere they can connect to the Internet. For more information, visit

By the Numbers (Fiscal Year 2016)

  • Acute Licensed Beds: 349
  • Clinic and Outpatient Facilities: 106
  • Co-workers: 2,755
  • Mercy Clinic Physicians: 281
  • Acute Inpatient Discharges: 15,496
  • Surgeries (Inpatient and Outpatient): 20,813
  • Emergency Visits: 52,901
  • Births: 3,549
  • Outpatient Visits: 16,994
  • Traditional Charity Care: $16.3 million
  • Unreimbursed Medicaid: $18 million
  • Other Community Benefits: $4.01 million

Media Contact

Meredith Huggins

405-936-5766 (office)