INTEGRIS Canadian Valley Regional Hospital
INTEGRIS Canadian Valley Hospital opened as a general acute care facility on November 9, 2001. The hospital had been in the planning stages for several years and opened to wide support from the local and surrounding communities. Canadian County is one of the faster growing areas of Oklahoma. The community of Yukon, Oklahoma was the only community of its size that could not claim hospital ownership or having been served by its own local community hospital. This $35 million dollar project for INTEGRIS Health is considered to be one of the most “state-of-the-art” health care facilities in the state of Oklahoma.
The facility consists of approximately 128,000 square feet and includes 44 inpatient beds as well as a medical office building. The hospital has 30 private medical surgical rooms, a 10-bed Women’s Unit and a newly constructed 4-bed Intensive Care Unit. The Intensive Care Unit opened in May of 2005 as a project funded through Federal Appropriation dollars and local hospital foundation contributions.
The surgical department of the hospital includes a dedicated c-section operating room and three general surgical rooms as well as an endoscopy area and an 8-bed outpatient procedure unit. Services also include a level four Emergency Department; Radiology services consisting of mammography, radiological, fluoroscopy, cat scan, ultrasound, bone density, nuclear medicine, and a mobile MRI. General laboratory services are available along with cardiopulmonary capabilities and a physical medicine department that includes aquatic therapy services.
INTEGRIS Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of membership in any protected status or class as defined by applicable state or federal law, including protected veteran or disability status.