Lakeside Women’s Hospital part of the INTEGRIS Network

Health care designed exclusively for women.

Compassionate care and specialized women’s health services are at the core of everything we do at Lakeside Women’s Hospital. Here, you don’t become a “patient.” You join a sisterhood of mothers, daughters, mothers-to-be, grandmothers and wives. It’s women making the best of every stage of life – and who want the care to match. From routine well-woman visits, to pregnancy and childbirth, gynecological surgery or menopausal care, we focus on the health and well-being of every woman.

And since Lakeside is a part of the INTEGRIS Network, that sisterhood has a considerable extended family. It means that our cardiologists, medical oncologists, orthopedic specialists, urologists and uro-gynecologists are now yours. It means our industry-leading facilities and technologies are yours. Lakeside Women’s Hospital and INTEGRIS are united for you and for everything that makes you a woman.

Lakeside Women’s Hospital is a fully Licensed Joint Commission accredited hospital designed exclusively for women. The founding physicians of Lakeside Women’s Hospital felt like there had to be a better, simpler, more efficient way for women to get their health care needs met. To better serve the women of the Oklahoma City metro, Lakeside opened in October of 1997 with 14 rooms and nine physicians.

Our goal was simple. We wanted to provide everything a woman needed in one convenient place: diagnostic laboratories, radiology, surgery, OB and doctor’s offices.

In 2013, Lakeside physician owners made the decision to partner with INTEGRIS in order to extend the number of services we provide to our patients, and to better navigate the many changes taking place in our nation’s health care system. Our partnership with INTEGRIS brings a long list of comprehensive specialists and services, such as direct access to neonatal intensive care, cardiology, oncology, extensive educational programs, and many more services not directly accessible at Lakeside in the past.