Community Hospitals

Community hospitals (also referred to as micro-hospitals or microhospitals) will include a similar number of emergency treatment and triage rooms, along with primary care and specialty care physicians, diagnostic and other outpatient clinic services.

Extending Our Continuum of Care

INTEGRIS Community Hospitals Coming to Central Oklahoma

INTEGRIS announced in October, 2016 plans to build multiple community hospitals (micro-hospitals or microhospitals) across central Oklahoma. Community hospitals are small-scale, fully licensed inpatient hospital facilities that are open 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Micro-hospitals house between eight and 10 inpatient beds for observation and short-stay use, and include a similar number of emergency treatment and triage rooms, along with primary care and specialty care physicians, diagnostic and other outpatient clinic services.

INTEGRIS Community Hospital Rendering

The first INTEGRIS micro-hospital will open at Council Crossing (located at Council and Northwest Expressway in Oklahoma City) in early 2019 with at least three other facilities planned to open in different quadrants of metro Oklahoma City within the following 24 months. The Moore and Del City locations should also be in operation in early 2019. Additional INTEGRIS community hospitals could be on the horizon in the future.

Moore Micro-Hospital Groundbreaking
The groundbreaking for the Moore location was held on Nov. 1, 2017.

These new community hospitals will further strengthen the already strong continuum of care INTEGRIS provides, and offer another way INTEGRIS helps accomplish our goal of providing high-quality, easy-to-access health care in central Oklahoma.

As part of this expansion initiative, INTEGRIS is entering into a partnership with Emerus, an innovator in the delivery of efficient medical care and the partner of choice to major health care brands across the nation, to build and manage micro-hospitals.

Each INTEGRIS community hospital will be fully licensed and accredited, housed in state-of-the-art facilities and equipped to respond to almost any medical issue including those that may be life threatening and require complex, critical care.

Many of the community hospitals will also house doctor’s offices. INTEGRIS Medical Group will open primary care offices in Moore, Del City and Northwest OKC.

INTEGRIS is Recruiting

Community Hospital Careers

INTEGRIS Physicians Here For You

Council Crossing Location Construction Cam