Mercy Hospital Logan County Quick Facts

Mercy doctor's coat Mercy Hospital Logan County has been a healing presence in the Logan County region for more than 125 years.

Featured Services

Additional Services

  • Laboratory Services
  • Diagnostic Radiology
  • Diabetes Education
  • Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Specialty Clinic
  • Wound Care

Just the Facts

  • In 2019, Mercy Hospital Logan County was just named a Top 20 Critical Access Hospital for high quality patient care in the U.S. – one of only three rural facilities in the state with the honor. The national distinction means Mercy Hospital Logan County consistently outperformed more than 1,300 other critical access hospitals nationwide by providing better patient care. The ranking by the National Rural Health Association (NRHA) tracks outcomes for critical access hospitals, which have fewer than 25 beds
  • American Hospital Association named Mercy one of the nation’s Most Wired health care organizations
  • Named a Certified Healthy Business
  • Supports four local primary care clinics: Academy, Crescent, South Division and Edmond Waterloo
  • Sports medicine program offered
  • Cardiology, hematology/oncology, OB-GYN, orthopedics, podiatry, pulmonology and other specialized services available through Mercy Specialty Clinic in Guthrie
  • Quality & Patient Safety
  • 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
  • 1903 - Guthrie Hospital and Nurse Training School opens
  • 1948 - Nurse Training School and framework for a new 25-bed hospital are sold to Benedictine Sisters of the Sacred Heart who establish Benedictine Heights Hospital
  • 1964 - Benedictine Heights Hospital is sold to Sisters of Francis of Maryville, Mo., and renamed Alverno Heights Hospital
  • 1972 - Alverno Heights Hospital is sold to Logan County Hospital Authority and renamed Logan County Memorial Hospital
  • 1985 - Presbyterian Hospital of Oklahoma City assumes management of hospital
  • 2001 - Hospital is designated a critical access hospital and licensed for 25 beds
  • 2011 - Becomes Mercy Hospital Logan County
  • Among 10 percent of health care organizations nationwide 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 and schedule appointments using a personal computer or smartphone
  • Mercy SafeWatch, the largest electronic ICU in the nation, provides 24-hour vigilance to critically ill patients. Alongside on-site medical teams, high-definition cameras and sophisticated technology allow specialized ICU physicians and nurses in a central command center to expand each patient’s care team
  • Mercy Meds electronic medication administration system improves safety by monitoring medications and dosage through computerized bar-code technology

By the Numbers (FY2022)

45,868 visits



Traditional Charity Care

283 Discharges

Acute Inpatient

7,513 Visits

Emergency Room

25 Beds

Inpatient Care

159 Co-workers

Hospital Based

15 Physicians

Mercy Clinic

About Mercy

Mercy, one of the 20 largest U.S. health systems and named the top large system in the U.S. for excellent patient experience by NRC Health, serves millions annually with nationally recognized quality care and one of the nation’s largest Accountable Care Organizations. Mercy is a highly integrated, multi-state health care system including more than 40 acute care, managed and specialty (heart, children’s, orthopedic and rehab) hospitals, convenient and urgent care locations, imaging centers and pharmacies. Mercy has 900 physician practices and outpatient facilities, more than 4,000 physicians and advanced practitioners and more than 40,000 co-workers serving patients and families across Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. Mercy also has clinics, outpatient services and outreach ministries in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.

Media Contact

Meredith Huggins
Ada, Ardmore, Guthrie, Kingfisher, Tishomingo, Watonga, Healdton, Oklahoma City
Phone: 405-936-5766