Norman Regional Hospital

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Norman Regional Hospital
Norman Regional Health System
Geography
Location Norman, Oklahoma, United States
Coordinates 35°13′49″N 97°26′24″W / 35.23027°N 97.44011°W / 35.23027; -97.44011
Organization
Hospital type General
Services
Emergency department Level III trauma center
Beds 324[1]
Helipad Yes
History
Founded 2 June 1946
Links
Website www.normanregional.com
Lists Hospitals in Oklahoma

Norman Regional Hospital is a 324 bed general hospital that serves Norman, Oklahoma and the surrounding communities. Founded in 1946 as Norman Municipal Hospital, Norman Regional has since become one of the state's busiest hospitals, with its emergency department receiving more than 70,000 annual visitors.[2]

History[edit]

Norman Regional Hospital was founded on 2 June 1946 as Norman Municipal Hospital. The 61 bed facility was funded through bonds and a grant from the Federal Works Agency. Norman Municipal changed its name to Norman Regional in 1984.[3]

Medical Services[edit]

  • Emergency Department
  • Stroke Center
  • Surgical Services
  • Cancer Services
  • Imaging Services

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Norman Regional Renews contract for business analytics solutions With Streamline Health". Wall Street Journal. 3 March 2014. Retrieved 4 March 2014. 
  2. ^ "Norman Regional Health System - Our Services". Retrieved 4 March 2014. 
  3. ^ "Norman Regional Health System - History". Retrieved 4 March 2014.