Join us for a Day of Free Healthcare
St. John Health System, a part of Ascension, will host its first Oklahoma Medical Mission at Home: A Day of Free Healthcare on Saturday, March 30 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Eastland Baptist Church Family Life Center, 2001 S. 129th E. Ave. in Tulsa. Free services available to the community will include: medical care, health screenings and immunizations; pregnancy tests and ultrasounds; health insurance and enrollment assistance; community resources and health education; and connection to follow-up care. Some services require pre-registration. Click the link below to learn more.
Stroke Clinical Trials
The St. John Clinical Research Institute specializes in clinical trials for stroke patients. Participants in trials can play a more active role in their own health care, gain access to new research treatments before they are widely available, and help others by contributing to medical research. Click the link below for more information, including a list of active trials at St. John.
Gold Plus Award
The St. John Heyman Stroke Center has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's Get With The Guidelines® Gold Plus Award for the fifth consecutive year.
HANNAH – HEYMAN STROKE CENTERHannah Pressnall
Newly crowned homecoming queen Hannah Pressnall was diagnosed with a stroke at age 18 and was hospitalized on Senior Night. The team at the St. John Heyman Stroke Center was able to help her recover from the stroke while bringing Senior Night to her. Hannah is now looking forward to new challenges at college.
BILLY – HEYMAN STROKE CENTERBilly Parker
Two strokes in a row landed Billy Parker at the St. John Heyman Stroke Center. Luckily, the country music aficionado and radio host had recognized the symptoms and sought immediate treatment. Under the care of eastern Oklahoma’s top stroke team, Billy recovered well, and today he is back in the studio encouraging others to learn the warning signs of stroke.
William - Stroke CenterWilliam Webb
A coach and avid runner, William was shocked when an MRI showed he had suffered a brain stem stroke. William was treated by the experts of the St. John Stroke Center and is making new strides in his recovery with help from the St. John Outpatient Stroke Clinic.