- Emergency Department
- Surgery Center (inpatient and outpatient)
- Interventional Radiology
- Intensive Care Unit
- Palliative Care
- Hyperbaric Medicine/Wound Care
- Sleep Center
- Therapy Services (inpatient and outpatient)
- Home Health and Hospice
- Oklahoma Heart Hospital
- Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital Oklahoma City
- 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
- 1993: Mercy NeuroScience Institute opened in 1993 as only the fourth of its kind in the nation
- 2012: Mercy Health Center becomes Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City
- 2014: Mercy Edmond-I-35 opens and features a first-of-its-kind wellness center, outpatient surgery center, diagnostics, physician offices
- 2016: The Coletta Building, a cancer detection and treatment center, opens in Oklahoma City
- 2019: Mercy opens new emergency department and primary care clinics at the Mercy Edmond I-35 campus
- 2020: Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City - South opens to serve south Oklahoma City
Just the Facts
- TrueBeam Radiotherapy
- da Vinci Robotic Surgery
- 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.
- The Joint Commission Certified Comprehensive Stroke Center
- Mercy Birthplace – 325 babies born each month
- Level-III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit within seconds of BirthPlace
- Quality & Patient Safety
- Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City is the state's first hospital to earn Advanced Certification for Comprehensive Stroke Centers by The Joint Commission.
- Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Spine Surgery Certification — the first in the state to receive this designation.
- In 2020, Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City received an A grade in The Leapfrog Group’s Spring 2020 Hospital Safety Grades, for six consecutive times.
- In 2020, Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City was named an IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospital winner for the fifth time (2020, 2019, 2018, 1993, 1994). In 2018, IBM Watson recognized also the hospital with an Everest Award.
- Mercy Hospital Oklahoma was named #1 in the State by CareChex by Qantros. The hospital had favorable outcomes in 10 of categories.
- Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City was recognized by NRC Health as 2020 Top 100 Consumer Loyalty Award winner.
- In 2020, Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines® Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus Quality Achievement Award.
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 has more than 200 providers and 65 clinics statewide, from Watonga to Ada, 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.
By the Numbers (Fiscal Year 2019)
- Acute Licensed Beds: 349
- Clinic and Outpatient Facilities: 121
- Co-workers: 4,038
- Mercy Clinic Physicians: 321
- Acute Inpatient Discharges: 16,355
- Surgeries (Inpatient and Outpatient): 23,383
- Emergency Visits: 52,284
- Births: 3,887
- Outpatient Visits: 276,662
- Traditional Charity Care: $12.9 million
- Unreimbursed Medicaid: $12.2 million
- Other Community Benefits: $3.5 million