About Northeastern Health System
Growth is a continuous part of the Northeast Health System atmosphere. Be it new physicians, equipment, services or facilities, we are continually growing to meet the needs of our community. One of the more visible signs of growth can be seen in the expansion of our facilities.
In 2000, the Emergency Department was renovated to include private rooms and trauma centers to serve our patients in a more comfortable atmosphere.
In 2008 the Medical Plaza was completed. This plaza is home to our Geriatric Behavioral Health Unit, Maternity Center, an additional Diagnostic Imaging Center, and The Northeast Oklahoma Cancer Center.
The additional footage of the Diagnostic Imaging Center has made it possible for the hospital to increase its Cardiovascular and Intensive Care Units. A waiting room specifically for family and friends of patients was also added.
The Fort Gibson Medical Clinic, a family practice clinic was opened in Ft. Gibson in 2008. The clinic also services internal and occupational medicine services as well as lab and digital x-ray.
In 2011 Northeast Health System’s Medical Office Building was completed on the south side of the main hospital.The four-story building houses many physician offices as well as the hospital’s non-clinical staff and administrators. The new 43,000 square foot building allows for more patient-care areas in the hospital and provides a cohesive environment for physicians, patients and hospital staff. The new building is connected to the hospital with an enclosed sky bridge.
Located conveniently close to the main hospital campus, Urgent Care was acquired by Northeastern Health System in 2015.