Oklahoma Heart Hospital (OHH) is Oklahoma’s first dedicated heart hospital, and the first all-digital hospital in the nation. They emphasize compassionate care, streamlined services and the latest technology. Their mission is to bring the greatest care possible to Oklahoma.
Opening in August of 2002, the North Campus on Memorial Road covers 204,000 square feet with four open-heart/peripheral vascular surgical suites, five cardiac and peripheral vascular catheterization labs, two electrophysiology labs, one state-of-the-art hybrid room which functions as both a surgical suite and cath lab, and a full-service emergency room. OHH North has 99 private patient rooms equipped with critical care technology in comfortable and peaceful surroundings.
At OHH, patient care is at the heart of everything they do. The hospital was designed by cardiologists to ensure the patients receive expert individualized care with the utmost comfort. OHH focuses on treating and preventing the diseases of the heart and lungs. The nurses are committed to their patients, which is why they have a 1:1 nurse-to-patent ratio in their Critical Care Unit and a 1:4 ratio on their general care floors. OHH has ranked in the top 1 percent nationally for patient satisfaction since 2003.
The Oklahoma Heart Hospital Physicians group is one of the nation’s largest groups of cardiovascular specialists. With more than 70 specialists physicians, the physicians treat heart, vascular, lung and pain management conditions that require a specialist’s training and expertise.
OHH opened a state-of-the-art outpatient Cardiovascular Rehabilitation center in the fall of 2014. They can be proud of being one of four centers in the United States that offers the Pritikin Intensive Cardiac Rehab program. Here, the patients will learn skills that will focus on a healthy lifestyle. Participants learn how to eat well, exercise, feel better and live a healthier life.
Among the many things OHH is known for is patient satisfaction being #1, often receiving national recognition. For the last 9 years, OHH has received the Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence Award. This award recognizes top-performing facilities that consistently rank high in the performance of patient satisfaction in the health care industry. Oklahoma Heart Hospital is in the top 1 percent in the USA. They are deeply committed to providing nursing care of the highest quality.
While OHH serves many people in the state of Oklahoma, they strive to and often succeed in leading quality metrics not only in Oklahoma, but also nationally.
“It is amazing how important the little details are in caring for those in need. The smallest kindness and convenience can really matter…a lot.” Peggy Tipton, COO, CNO, Oklahoma Heart Hospital North Campus.