A Century of Caring.

100 Years of Health

The year was 1918, and James Fountain Robinson, president of First National Bank, undertook a project to raise funds to build a hospital for Miami and the surrounding area. 

Always focusing on the future, leaders also opened a school of nursing in 1919. The school remained open until 1930 when the superintendent of nurses, Miss Florence Worley, became the hospital administrator.

Nearly 100 years later, INTEGRIS Miami Hospital continues to serve the needs of residents from northeast Oklahoma.

Through the years numerous renovations and even entire departments have been built on to the original structure. However, one thing remains the same: the hospital’s commitment to improve the health of the people and communities we serve.

A Century of Caring

Centennial Celebration

 

Please join us for a celebration 100 years in the making! INTEGRIS Miami Hospital is celebrating a century of service to our community, and we want you to join us.

 

Many activities have been planned for both the young and the young at heart. Join us for a free lunch between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., and be a part of this historic event.
 

 

email us: Questions About Miami Centennial Celebration

Do you have an INTEGRIS Story?

  • Do you have ties to someone that played a significant role in the hospital?
  • Do you have a uniform from the early years, photos or other memorabilia?
  • Do you know someone who might be the oldest living person born at our hospital?
  • Do you have a story about how INTEGRIS impacted your life?

Visit INTEGRIS Miami Hospital

Northeastern Oklahoma is your home and ours, and we’ll be here to care for you and your family’s health into the next century with the INTEGRIS service and expertise you can count on.

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