With a rapidly increasing number of hospitalizations across the state, INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center is experiencing capacity constraints and will open the INTEGRIS Baptist Portland campus to help care for a growing number of COVID-19 patients.

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INTEGRIS Health to Open Portland Campus to Care for COVID Patients

As COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to rapidly increase across the state, the N.W. Expressway campus of INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center is experiencing capacity constraints. To continue caring for our patients with non-COVID-19 needs and the growing number of COVID-19 patients, we have decided to open our Portland campus.

You’ll remember in April, the State chose INTEGRIS Baptist Portland as a component of its Level 2 Surge Plan. At the end of May, after it appeared Oklahoma would not be experiencing a significant surge, the State terminated that lease. The termination was effective as of June 30, 2020. 

Given that the course of COVID-19 could not be predicted, INTEGRIS Health provided the state with a “reactivation option” they could exercise anytime through the end of the year. While no new agreement has yet been reached with the state, INTEGRIS Health will be opening beds at the Portland campus later today to serve the COVID-19 patient needs. 

We will continue discussing with the State ways we can work together to continue to meet the health needs of our community.


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