INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center has been a part of the southwest Oklahoma City community since 1965, first as South Community Hospital. The name was changed to Southwest Medical Center of Oklahoma in March 1992, and then became INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center in February 1995.
It has grown from a 73-bed community hospital to a comprehensive medical center offering a full range of services with 389 beds. Centers of Excellence on the INTEGRIS Southwest campus include the INTEGRIS Cancer Institute of Oklahoma, the INTEGRIS Southwest Breast Health and Imaging Center, INTEGRIS Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation, the INTEGRIS Neuromuscular Center, the INTEGRIS M.J. and S. Elizabeth Schwartz Sleep Disorders Center and the INTEGRIS James R. Daniel Stroke Center. Each of these facilities uses state-of-the-art technology in its battle against illness and is led by highly skilled, experienced and caring individuals who are committed to staying at the forefront of medical technology to give patients the best care available.
In partnership with physicians, nurses and support personnel, in more than 40 areas of medical specialty, INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center's mission is to improve the health of the people and communities we serve. A leader in providing care in the Oklahoma City area, INTEGRIS Southwest also serves Canadian, Cleveland, Logan, McClain, Oklahoma and Pottawatomie counties. INTEGRIS Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation and the INTEGRIS Cancer Institute of Oklahoma, located on the INTEGRIS Southwest campus, provide services to patient populations from around the state and region.
INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center is a non-profit organization owned by INTEGRIS Health, the only Oklahoman-owned health system in the state, and is sister center to INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center. INTEGRIS Southwest is a member of the Voluntary Hospitals of America, the nation's largest network of not-for-profit hospitals, and is fully accredited by the Joint Commission.