Broken Arrow Community Health Fair
St. John Broken Arrow is partnering with the Broken Arrow Police Department (BAPD) to offer a free community health fair as part of the BAPD’s Back to School Bash. The event will be held on Saturday, August 6 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Broken Arrow campus of Tulsa Technology Center, 4000 W. Florence.
Veterans have a choice in healthcare, and it is our privilege to provide it. Through the Veterans Choice Program, we are expanding healthcare options for our nation’s veterans. We are honored to serve those who served us.
St. John Mobile App Now Available!
St. John is pleased to announce that the St. John mobile app is now available for download in the iPhone and Android app stores. This convenient app provides easy access to St. John health resources. You'll be able to check symptoms or find a physician, service or facility. You can also conveniently access the St. John Online patient portal and online scheduling services for St. John Clinic Urgent Care and St. John Owasso emergency department services.
Bringing Healthcare to Independence
St. John Health System is pleased to expand our service offerings to provide healthcare to Independence, Kansas, and its surrounding communities. Learn more about the services St. John Clinic, Jane Phillips Medical Center and Regional Medical Laboratory (RML) will provide effective January 1, 2016.
Ramona - Breast CenterRamona Wood
Saving Lives Through Early Detection
Ramona, a patient of Trudy Milner, D.O., primary care physician for St. John Clinic, learns the importance of getting routine mammograms to reduce the risk of breast cancer. With no symptoms present, Ramona did not know she had breast cancer until her mammogram. Today, Ramona has been breast cancer-free for eight years and looks forward to a long and healthy life with her grandchildren.
Joesphine - St. John ClinicJoesphine White
Joesphine White is a patient of Dr. Ashley Hildebrand, M.D., primary care physician for St. John Clinic Family Medical Care. Their patient/physician relationship portrays the importance of open communication and shared decision-making, as well as the reason St. John treats every patient like family.