3400 W. Tecumseh Rd. Suite 300
Norman, OK 73072
Norman Regional Health System
Today is #ZeroDiscriminationDay! Zero Discrimination Day promotes diversity and recognizes that everyone counts. This aims to combat all forms of discrimination. A butterfly is used as the symbol for the observation of this day because a butterfly is widely recognized as a sign of transformation. This day is observed to draw attention to the millions who still suffer from social and economic exclusion due to prejudice and intolerance. This day encourages all to #speakup and #preventdiscrimination from standing in the way of achieving ambitions, goals and dreams.
Norman Regional Health System is excited to announce the Norman City Council approved our plans to expand the HealthPlex hospital.
Now crews will begin preparing the existing HealthPlex hospital for construction, which involves temporarily moving its emergency and ambulance entrances and creating temporary parking lots. The hospital will remain open and continue to care for patients during the construction. The expansion is scheduled to be completed in 2023.
Learn the latest at www.InspireHealthOK.com
The Norman Regional Health System Nurse Residency Program is pleased to announce that it has received accreditation from the American Nurse Credentialing Center Practice Transition Accreditation Program! The Practice Transition Accreditation Program sets the global standard for residency programs that transition nurses into new practice settings. Norman Regional is the first program in Oklahoma to receive this recognition. #ANCCPTAP #Nursing #Residency
Norman Regional was recently ranked in the top 1% of hospitals across the country for #heartcare by Women’s Choice Award! Top rated, expert care for women, by women. Learn more by clicking the link in our bio.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Spread love today.
#ChineseNewYear, also known as #LunarNewYear or #SpringFestival, is China's most important festival. It is time for families to be together and a week of an official public holiday.
Chinese New Year 2021 falls on Friday, February 12, 2021, beginning a year of the Ox. The Chinese publicly celebrate this holiday February 11–17, 2021. The main Chinese New Year activities include putting up decorations, eating reunion dinner with family on New Year's Eve, firecrackers and fireworks, and giving red envelopes and other gifts.
Traditional performance includes dragon dances, lion dances and imperial performances. Red being the main color for the festival is believed to be an auspicious color and is displayed throughout China during the 7-day festivities.
Starting Feb. 9, 2021 Norman Regional Health System has changed its guidelines for patient representatives in our hospitals. Most patients are now permitted one patient representative during specific times. Patient representatives must use certain entrances. Please check our website www.NormanRegional.com for a complete list of hours, entrances and other important information. Remember masks must be worn inside our facilities. #COVID19
Giving blood makes a huge difference in the lives of our patients and their families! Check out one of our recent #ThanktheDonor messages. #RiseUpandGiveBlood at our next blood drives:
Thursday, Feb. 18 at Norman Regional HealthPlex from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 23 at Norman Regional Hospital from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Or Tuesday, Feb. 23 at Norman Regional Moore from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Check out our Facebook events for more info.
Norman Regional is ranked as one of the best hospitals in the U.S. for #emergencycare by Women’s Choice Award! Read more at NormanRegional.com.
Staying in more this #HeartMonth and looking for simple #hearthealthy recipes? Download our free Heart Healthy Cookbook with simple, yet delicious breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner ideas! Whether you want a quick breakfast for the kids to grab, a dinner the whole family will love or a romantic date night at home, these recipes will be sure to do the trick! Visit NormanRegional.com/HeartCookbook to download yours today.
We may not be able to be together physically this year due to the pandemic, but women and men around the world can #GoRedForWomen by wearing red on Friday, Feb. 5. Wear red to raise awareness about #cardiovasculardisease and save lives. Because when we come together, there’s nothing we can’t do.
Every February 4, World Cancer Day serves as a reminder to increase our efforts into educating, spreading awareness and catalyzing change to reduce the global impact caused by cancer each year.