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Primary Care is the bedrock of health care for the communities we serve. For 30 years, St. Anthony Hospital’s Family Medicine Clinic has been providing primary care in the heart of Oklahoma City. It is a health care safety net for many of our community’s most at-risk, disadvantaged and vulnerable individuals.
Thanks to your generous donations and the work of our dedicated physicians and staff, the Family Medicine Clinic and the St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency Program have recently completed expansion and relocation into new facilities which have nearly doubled the amount of space, number of patient rooms and number of patient visits possible.
Join us in extending our healing Mission. Donate to the SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital Family Medicine Clinic and Residency Program.
The new high-tech and “high-touch” clinic is structured for efficient flow, patient privacy, and maximum resident-faculty interaction. Patient rooms are equipped for three-way virtual communication between patient, family and physicians.
The clinic provides wraparound services to patients, including ability to meet privately with a social worker or legal aid professional. A pharmacy, kitchen for diabetic education and training, food pantry, and meeting rooms for community education, coordination of care meetings and residency training are all now part of the new clinic space.
The clinic has moved out of the basement of the main SAH building to the 3rd Floor of SSM Health Bone & Joint Hospital at St. Anthony.
The new space is more than 9,000 sq. ft. larger than the current location.
Patient rooms have increase to from 18 to 32. Rooms are equipped for 3-way virtual communication.
Patient visits are expected to increase from 26,000 to over 40,000 annually.
The expansion includes a new Residency Center and numerous upgrades to the program that helps train exceptional primary care physicians.