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St. John Clinic Opens New Locations in Bixby and Jenks

St. John Health System and City of Bixby officials gather at a grand opening event for a new St. John Clinic in Bixby. Pictured L to R: Deacon Michael Hopper, chaplain, St. John Medical Center; Todd Hoffman, MD, president and clinical dyad partner, St. John Clinic; Vicki Krafft, chief operating officer, St. John Clinic; Randy Mills, PhD, president and administrative dyad partner, St. John Clinic; Mike Mullins, senior vice president, Ascension Healthcare and ministry market executive, St. John Health System; Bishop David A. Konderla, bishop of the Diocese of Tulsa; Krystal Crockett, IOM, president/CEO of the Bixby Chamber of Commerce; and Robin Decatur, Bixby City Council, Ward 5. 

St. John Clinic, part of Ascension Oklahoma, held community grand openings and blessing ceremonies to celebrate its newest facilities in Bixby and Jenks. Community guests and local leaders attended the events to get a firsthand look at the 24,900-square-foot facilities that will provide primary care, urgent care and digital lab services to two of the state’s fastest-growing communities.

In Bixby, guests heard remarks from Michael L. Mullins, senior vice president of Ascension Healthcare and ministry market executive of St. John Health System; Todd Hoffman, MD, president and clinical dyad partner of St. John Clinic; Randy Mills, PhD, president and administrative dyad partner of St. John Clinic; Krystal Crockett, IOM, president/CEO of the Bixby Chamber of Commerce; and Robin Decatur, Bixby City Council, Ward 5. Most Rev. David A. Konderla, Bishop of the Diocese of Tulsa, led a blessing ceremony.

“Access to healthcare when you need it and close to home is vital to the well-being of a growing community like Bixby,” Mullins said. “St. John and Ascension are pleased to bring this state-of-the-art facility and a diverse team of medical professionals to serve the community and meet a wide variety of healthcare needs at a lower-cost alternative to an emergency department visit.”

In Jenks, guests heard remarks from Dr. Todd Hoffman; Randy Mills, PhD; Dr. Josh Wedman, mayor of the City of Jenks; and Josh Driskell, president of the Jenks Chamber of Commerce. The blessing was presented by Reverend Elkin Gonzalez, vicar general of the Diocese of Tulsa; and Ronald J. Tremblay, director of spiritual care for St. John Health System.

“St. John Clinic is proud and pleased to provide these facilities to the residents of Bixby and Jenks and their surrounding communities,” Hoffman said.  “It is our hope that the people we care for here will be empowered to lead their healthiest lives.”

Each clinic features a total of 35 exam and treatment rooms, three procedure rooms and digital radiology for primary care and urgent care services. The facilities also feature three blood draw rooms with services provided by Regional Medical Laboratory. Extended urgent care hours will allow patients greater access to care. The primary care clinics have space for nine providers and offer services to advance the primary care experience including behavioral therapists and licensed care managers. A large conference room at each facility will host education and training on a variety of health topics for the community, patients and staff. Telehealth pods will be available for provider teleconferencing and for providing telemedicine services to patients.

Primary care hours for both locations will be Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Urgent care hours for both locations will be Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., and Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Patients may schedule appointments online for both primary care and urgent care by visiting www.getstjohncare.org

About St. John Health System  
Ascension’s St. John Health System operates seven hospitals and more than 90 healthcare clinics and facilities in eastern Oklahoma and southeastern Kansas. St. John Health System employs approximately 8,000 associates. Across the region, St. John Health System provided more than $76 million in community benefit and care of persons living in poverty in fiscal year 2017. Serving Oklahoma for more than 90 years, St. John Health System / Ascension is a faith-based healthcare organization committed to delivering compassionate, personalized care to all, with special attention to persons living in poverty and those most vulnerable. Ascension is the largest non-profit health system in the U.S. and the world’s largest Catholic health system, operating 2,500 sites of care – including 141 hospitals and more than 30 senior living facilities – in 24 states and the District of Columba.

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