Posted on November 15th, 2013
12 Cardiovascular Specialists and Family Practitioner
Provide Clinical and Diagnostic Services
OKLAHOMA CITY—Oklahoma Heart Hospital today announced the opening of a new clinic in Shawnee, Oklahoma, providing 12 cardiovascular specialists to the region alongside a long-time family practice specialist.
“The Shawnee and Pottawatomie County area is very important to our physicians because it is an... Read More
Posted on August 2nd, 2013
State hospitals make ‘wired’ list
The American Hospital Association named several Oklahoma hospitals to a list of the nation’s “Most Wired” health care organizations. State hospitals or organizations that operate state hospitals on the list included Mercy Health Center, Duncan Regional Hospital, Oklahoma Heart Hospital, Oklahoma Heart Hospital South, the Veterans... Read More
Posted on June 20th, 2013
Oklahoma Heart Hospital Physicians Receives 2013 Best of Chickasha Award
CHICKASHA, Okla.− Oklahoma Heart Hospital Physicians announced today that it has won the 2013 Best of Chickasha Award in the doctor’s category for its local community involvement and business development efforts. .
“The physicians, nurses, technicians and staff are deeply involved in promoting heart health... Read More
Posted on March 25th, 2013
Dr. Naeem K. Tahirkheli, cardiologist with Oklahoma Heart Hospital South Campus appeared on KFOR news with Linda Cavanaugh talking about the new Guardian Device. The implantable device sounds an alarm with a heart attack is beginning deep inside the patient before the patient even knows anything is wrong. View the... Read More
Posted on November 7th, 2012
OKLAHOMA CITY—Physicians, nurses, administrators and civic leaders held a ribbon-cutting ceremony today to open the new Oklahoma Heart Hospital South │Medical Office Building located adjacent to the existing facility. The new $12 million, three-story, 70,000 square foot medical office building will expand diagnostic, clinical and cardiac rehab services on the Oklahoma Heart Hospital South... Read More
Posted on April 11th, 2012
Oklahoma Congressman Tom Cole spoke to the OKC South Chamber in a luncheon meeting at the Oklahoma Heart Hospital South. The Congressman called the Oklahoma Heart Hospital South Campus one of the gems of healthcare in this region of the country.
Congressman Cole talked about the latest coming from Washington regarding healthcare reform, budget issues, spending cuts, taxes, Energy and the War in... Read More
Posted on January 23rd, 2012
ANNUAL NATIONAL WEAR RED DAY FOR WOMEN AND HEART DISEASE AWARENESS CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF FEBRUARY 1ST AT
OKLAHOMA HEART HOSPITAL SOUTH
Heart Hero at 10:30am at South
First Friday Gallery Walk 6-10pm in Paseo
Oklahoma Heart Hero to be Named During Wear Red for Women Opening Event
The Art of the Heart – Features Variety of Art in the Color “red” to
Promote Healthy... Read More
Posted on October 31st, 2011
OKLAHOMA CITY—Earthmovers are breaking ground at Oklahoma Heart Hospital South on a new $11 million, three-story, 70,000 square-foot medical office building designed to put cardiovascular physicians within steps of their patients. The new medical tower will be located on the Oklahoma Heart Hospital South Campus at Sooner Road and I-240.
“Putting our doctors close to our patients... Read More
Posted on June 30th, 2011
Oklahoma Heart Hospital South Campus hosted Lt. Governor Todd Lamb and the South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce at their Legislative Breakfast on June 29, 2011. Lt. Governor Lamb addressed corporate income tax, workers' comp reform and other business issues in his talk. The next meeting in August will feature U.S. Representative James Lankford (R-Oklahoma).
Posted on January 13th, 2011
New Hospital Experiences Successful Opening Year After Historic Race with National Healthcare Reform Vote
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Heart Hospital South Campus is celebrating its first year in operation, a year that began in a race with the historic national healthcare reform bill. The bill limited construction on facilities owned by physicians, threatening the opening of the new hospital... Read More