GUTHRIE – Mercy Hospital Logan County has been ranked as a top 20 critical access hospital for quality care in the U.S. and is one of only three rural facilities in the state with the honor.
Practical Nursing students from Meridian Technology Center were recently recognized for completing their career training.
Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow announced this week that Captain Jason Starns and Lieutenant Ryan Reeves both recently achieved their certification as paramedics.
Pictured below is Dr. Arvin Pourtorkan (left) and Dr. Casey Cochran (right) have joined Mercy Clinic – Guthrie Academy.
GUTHRIE, Okla. – Two Oklahoma natives have joined Mercy Clinic – Guthrie Academy as family physicians, each sharing a unique story of how they chose medicine as a career. For Dr. Arvin Pourtorkan, it was as easy as drawing from a hat.
Mercy Clinic Primary Care-Edmond Waterloo has added another doctor to the team with the addition of Dr. Kristen Lewis. A board-certified physician, Dr. Lewis says that although practicing medicine is now her passion, it isn’t always something she dreamed of doing.
For the second time in several months, an ambulance service in Logan County is expected to come to an end. Patients in need of an ambulance in Crescent may not have access after June 4.
Sports physicals for all Guthrie Public School sports, including band, will be from 1 -5 p.m. on Thursday, May 12 at the Mercy South Division Clinic.
Josh Tucker and Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City President, Jim Gebhart, at the FACHE convocation in Chicago.
GUTHRIE, Okla. – It is a goal Josh Tucker has worked toward for more than five years. On Mar. 13, Tucker became a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE), the nation’s leading professional society for healthcare leaders.
The Guthrie Fire Department gained two additional Paramedics to their EMS staff last week with two firefighters passing their National Registry Paramedic certification.
The Logan County Board of County Commissioners wrapped up their third special meeting concerning Emergency Medical Services on Tuesday evening inside the cafeteria at the Coyle middle school.
Will Guthrie city officials take away ambulance service from Langston in an effort to increase property taxes?
Earlier this year, Guthrie City Officials and County Commission Chairman Pearson initiated an effort which will have far reaching consequence on the lives and safety of all county residents.
Surgeries and Endoscopic Procedures Should Resume in Late 2016/Early 2017
Mercy Hospital Logan County confirmed plans this week to renovate its existing surgical unit and is working to resume surgeries and endoscopic procedures by late 2016/early 2017.
The second of three special meetings held by the Board of County Commissioners was held to discuss the ongoing issues within the county with Emergency Medical Services (EMS).
The Logan County Trust Authority discussed Mercy Hospital’s surgical unit being closed down and out of compliance with the county’s agreement in a special meeting. One commissioner said he was assured the operating room will be returning.
The first of three special meetings held by the Board of County Commissioners was held Tuesday evening to discuss the ongoing issues within the county with Emergency Medical Services (EMS).
The Logan County Board of County Commissioners will hold three special meetings throughout the county to discuss Emergency Medical Services.
Logan County Courier’s Mark Radford contributed to this article. A special meeting was held Friday evening in Crescent to discuss the future medical needs for citizens when it comes to needing an ambulance from the Crescent EMS district. The agenda called to seek closure of the service.
Update on Saturday, Oct. 24 – No plan revealed for ambulance service in Crescent; last day set for Monday During high school football action on Friday evening, an important meeting will be held in Crescent on the future of Crescent EMS. It is expected the EMS district will surrender their license and cease operations next […]
Customers who pick up their prescriptions at a Guthrie grocery store will soon have to find a new pharmacy. The retailer will close down the pharmacy department this week.
The sniffling and sneezing has already started for many allergy sufferers and doctors with the Oklahoma Institute of Allergy & Asthma are warning that Fall allergy season could be the worst in three years.