Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Muscogee Creek Nation Medical Center

mcnomhThe Muscogee (Creek) Nation Medical Center formerly the Okmulgee Memorial Hospital, originally was a three-story brick building built in 1918 and located at 921 N. Okmulgee Street. It was called Okmulgee City Hospital. After many years of use, Okmulgee City Hospital began to show its age and much renovation would have been needed to update the hospital. In the years following the hospital’s opening, several major expansions and renovations to the hospital were made. The hospital’s surgery, ER, outpatient surgery, lobby, snack bar and cafeteria departments were all added in this time. The basement was also renovated and several departments were relocated to the hospital’s new lower level. In 1989, the Geriatric Psychiatric Unit or HOPE Unit, which provides resident care to patients who suffer from mental illnesses, was added to the third floor.

Many changes have been made to the hospital since its creation in 1967. Today, the hospital is a 66-bed acute care unit and began the process of updating the facility with Muscogee (Creek) Nation Medical Center technology. The hospital’s goal is to provide the best quality of health care possible to Muscogee Creek Nation Medical Center patients by employing highly trained professionals and the latest technology. 

As of September 2013 the Okmulgee Hospital was purchased by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and is now known as the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Medical Center.

SERVICES AVAILABLE INCLUDE: Cardiac Rehabilitation, ER, Home Health, HOPE – Geriatric Psychiatry, Hospital Billing And Insurance Information, Imaging/Radiology, Laboratory, Medical Surgical Unit, Nutrition & Dietary Services, Obstetrics, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Podiatry, Pulmonary Rehab, Respiratory Therapy, Social Services, and Surgical Services.

Phone Directory
(918) 756-4233

(918) 758-3101

Emergency Room
(918) 758-3197

Gift Shop
(918) 758-3113

Health Information Services/ Medical Records
(918) 758-3150

Okmulgee County Wellness Coalition Health Access Needs Survey
(Click here to view results)