St. John Health System is your partner through every stage of life.
This has been our mission for 90 years, and we are committed to making you stronger and healthier. We are a fully-integrated healthcare system encompassing seven hospitals in northeastern Oklahoma and southern Kansas.
We also have an array of partner and subsidiaries healthcare facilities. In all, we’re serving more than 3,500 patients every day.
St. John hospitals:
- St. John Medical Center
- St. John Owasso
- St. John Broken Arrow
- St. John Sapulpa
- Jane Phillips Medical Center
- Sedan City Hospital
- Nowata Hospital
Other St. John Health System facilities:
- St. John Clinic, a team of more than 400 primary care and specialty physicians serving patients in 95+ clinic locations throughout northeastern Oklahoma and southeastern Kansas
- St. John Villas senior living centers
- St. John Urgent Care centers
- A variety of outpatient treatment centers
We’re proud of our health system, and we strive to improve every day. Some of our successes include having Oklahoma’s only ACS Level II trauma center and northeastern Oklahoma’s only Joint Commission-accredited stroke center. We have one of Oklahoma’s only accredited women’s diagnostic imaging centers of excellence. St. John brought many advanced technologies to Tulsa, including the first endovascular operating suite, all-digital diagnostic radiology, the da Vinci surgical robot and the CyberKnife non-invasive radiation system.
St. John Medical Center is Tulsa’s first Magnet-recognized hospital for excellence in nursing, and it was recently ranked a top Oklahoma hospital in U.S. News & World Report’s 2012-2013 Best Hospitals rankings. We were also named a 2012-2013 Consumer Choice Award Winner by the National Research Corporation.
These achievements reflect what is in the hearts of our experienced staff of doctors, nurses and team members: a commitment to serving northeastern Oklahoma through every challenge and triumph.
St. John is a part of Ascension, the nation's largest Catholic and nonprofit health system.