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Stillwater Medical Center

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Stillwater Medical Center is a 119-bed, not-for-profit, city-owned acute care general hospital serving patients in a six-county area of north central Oklahoma. Stillwater Medical Center is a regional health care center for Payne County and adjacent counties providing a full, coordinated range of services, consistent with community needs, being distinguished by its quality, service and patient satisfaction.

Stillwater Medical Center is s taffed by over 725 employees, with 70+ physicians representing 22 specialties. Specialized programs include maternity care, intensive care, a 24 hour emergency department, an accredited mammography center and same day surgery. SMC also offers diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine, MRI, CT, ultrasound, cardiac cath lab, medical fitness, physical, occupational and speech therapy, laboratory, respiratory therapy and pharmacy services.

Community

The thriving, family-friendly city of Stillwater boasts great neighborhoods, high-quality schools, low crime, low cost of living and a myriad of recreational and cultural attractions that draw visitors and new residents alike. Home to Oklahoma State University, Stillwater pulsates with the youthful energy of a college town, while its world-class golf courses make the friendly city equally attractive to retirees.

Residents enjoy great local food and wine, relaxation at spas, hitting the links, hiking at lakeside trails, exploring galleries and museums, shopping at boutiques or the bustling nightlife. Stillwater holds the distinction as the place where Garth Brooks began his musical career.

Stillwater is consistently ranked among the nation’s top small cities for quality of life and was recently picked as a “Best Place to Live” by CNNMoney.com’s 100 best places to live in 2010.

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