Hillcrest Healthcare System

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Hillcrest HealthCare System is changing lives for the better, together. Serving northeastern Oklahoma, the system includes: 9 hospitals, 2 physician groups, 6,250 employees, 322 employed providers, 1,235 licensed beds, Nearly 150,000 patients treated per year, More than 110,000 ER visits per year, $27 million in capital improvements in 2016.

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