CORE hiring 130 in Jenks for July opening

JENKS, Okla. — Bristow Medical Center will open its new Jenks campus, the Center for Orthopaedic Reconstruction and Excellence, in July 2015. CORE is a $45 million, full-service hospital that will create 130 highly-skilled, high-paying positions in the Tulsa metro area.

The 51,000-square-foot facility will have six operating rooms designed by physicians, four procedure rooms, 25 in-patient beds, a physical therapy wing and a 24-hour emergency room. Orthopaedics, spine, pain and ear, nose and throat are among the specialized operations and procedures that will be available at CORE.

“The decision to invest in a new campus is unique in an industry where rural hospitals are often acquired by a larger metro health system,” said Jan Winter Clark, CEO of Bristow Medical Center and co-owner of CORE. “Our patients are our primary focus and this new facility will better serve all of our patients in Jenks, Bristow, and Cushing due to its strategic location.”

CORE will raise the bar for Tulsa healthcare, while also increasing access to top quality doctors for patients from Creek and Payne counties. The hospital will provide new and sophisticated technology, the largest operating rooms in the Tulsa metro area, first-class physicians and medical staff and a small-town dedication to service. CORE also provides a much-needed economic benefit to rural Oklahoma.

Source: Candor Public Relations

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