Norman Regional Health System | Heart Plaza

The Heart Plaza

The Heart Plaza is located near Norman Regional HealthPlex at 3500 HealthPlex Parkway.

Services offered at the Heart Plaza include:

  • Cardiology and cardiovascular surgery physician offices
  • Outpatient diagnostic services such as ultrasound, nuclear medicine scans and stress EKGs
  • Anticoagulation clinic
  • Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation workout area
  • Oklahoma Wound Center
  • Vein Clinic/Venous mapping

Norman Heart & Vascular Associates

Norman Heart and Vascular Associates is a group of cardiologists and cardiothoracic and vascular surgeons who are dedicated to your heart's health. There are two office locations to serve the community – one in Norman and the other in Moore. The main office is located in the Heart Plaza.

Norman Heart & Vascular physicians are associated with and perform procedures at the Norman Regional HealthPlex, 3300 HealthPlex Parkway. The HealthPlex Heart Hospital offers a full continuum of cardiac care services ranging from a nationally accredited Chest Pain Center Emergency Department, to heart catheterization and interventional procedures, to open heart surgery.

 

Cardiopulmonary Rehab

Norman Regional’s Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Program is located in the Heart Plaza. It is one of the few programs in Oklahoma that has achieved certification from the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. This honor is awarded to programs that demonstrate the highest standards of care and positive outcomes for their patients.

Oklahoma Wound Center                    

For those who suffer with chronic or non-healing wounds, help is as close as the Norman Regional Oklahoma Wound Center. We are the largest wound care program in the Oklahoma City metro area. Our team includes board-certified physicians, experienced wound care nurses, and certified hyperbaric specialists. Our comprehensive treatment helps heal wounds that range from simple to complex.

The Oklahoma Wound Center is dedicated to the support and treatment of patients with chronic, non-healing wounds. Oklahoma Wound Center also features Norman Regional Health System’s Diabetic Limb Salvage Program.

The doctors and staff at the Oklahoma Wound Center will provide you with special treatment plans. The plans will help heal your wound as quickly as possible. You may need tests that will tell us more about your wound. You will also be taught how you can prevent new wounds.

Vein Clinic

Venous disease is common and a significant amount of venous disease is due to genetics. Twenty five million people suffer from some form of venous disease and more than 80% of people greater than 70 years old are affected by venous disease.

Norman Regional’s Vein Clinic offers comprehensive vein treatment for individuals suffering from painful vein problems and treatment for unsightly veins on the legs. Venous disease or insufficiency can be a life altering medical condition and should be evaluated by a specialist. Venous insufficiency occurs when the blood pools in your legs, which makes it difficult for the blood to return to your heart.

 

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Today we honor Toby Keith by raising a red solo cup to his legacy, not only in our community but around the world. A message from Richie Splitt: "It's with great sadness that I share the news that country music legend Toby Keith passed away yesterday at the age of 62 after his battle with stomach cancer. Born in Clinton and raised in Moore, Oklahoma, Keith was a towering figure in country music for over three decades, selling more than 40 million albums worldwide since his debut in 1993. Patriotic anthems like “American Soldier” and “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue” struck a chord after 9/11, giving voice to the patriotic sentiment so many of us were feeling during one of the darkest periods in American history. Throughout his prolific career, Keith received many prestigious awards and was an active participant in local charities. Toby Keith embodied the Oklahoma spirit, remaining loyal to his deep roots in our great state. He was occasionally spotted walking the halls of Norman Regional Health System and was routinely seen cheering on the Oklahoma Sooners at sporting events. On behalf of all of us at Norman Regional, I extend our deepest condolences to Toby Keith's family, friends, fellow musicians, and millions of fans. His contributions to country music, our community and his generous spirit will not be forgotten. May he rest in peace. In honor of Toby Keith's extraordinary life and the joy he brought to countless fans, we will be introducing “red solo cups” to our cafeterias as a tribute to one of Oklahoma’s true icons. This symbolic addition will serve as a heartfelt gesture to celebrate the man who captured the spirit of community, patriotism and the love for life. Let us raise a cup in memory of Toby Keith, acknowledging the impact he made on the world of music and the pride he instilled in his home state of Oklahoma." Richie Splitt, President & CEO

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