Micro-hospital set to open in Tulsa Hills

It has the capability of CT scan, ultrasound, lab, radiology, etc.

August 14, 2019

The new microhospital in Tulsa Hills, Okla., might look like an urgent care center, but it's fully stocked with equipment you will only find in a hospital, according to an article on the KTUL website.

It has the capability of CT scan, ultrasound, lab, radiology, etc.

Tulsa ER and Hospital is owned by the physicians who will be working there.

Medical director Dr. Mark Blubaugh said the facility is the first of its kind in the Tulsa area.

Read the article.




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