Healthcare & Social Services
Claremore is home to a thriving healthcare sector. With two hospitals, and multiple practitioner offices and urgent care locations, our community is witnessing a growing cluster of medical care providers.
When choosing Claremore as the home for your business or family, you can rest assured that you will have access to state-of-the-art medical care. Learn more about our two premier hospital locations, each located minutes away from the Claremore Industrial Park.
Hillcrest Hospital Claremore is a state-of-the-art facility providing advanced emergency and medical services right here at home in Claremore, OK.
From the Peggy V. Helmerich Women's Health Center, outpatient surgeries and preventive care to the 24/7 Emergency Room, advanced medical services are nearby.
Hillcrest Hospital Claremore Services
- State-of-the-art Medical Facility
- ICU and 49 Private Rooms
- Peggy V. Helmrich Women's Health Center
- Outpatient Surgeries
- Preventative Care
- 24/7 Emergency Room
- Advanced Medical Services
Hillcrest Hospital Claremore consistently receives high quality scores and is a recipient of the Certified Healthy Oklahoma Award of Excellence.
Claremore Indian Hospital is a government owned and operated facility providing inpatient services and outpatient care through nine organized clinical services. All of these departments are headed by board-certified or board-eligible chiefs of service.
Claremore Indian Hospital Services
- No cost services to tribal members with CDIB from 17 tribes
- Nine on-site clinical services including, women's health care, dental, and pharmacy
- 10 Private Rooms
*Photo credit: Rogers State University
A Robust Healthcare Talent Pipeline
To ensure our healthcare sector has the needed support, CIEDA partners with area educational institutions and talent development partners to ensure a robust pipeline of healthcare workers.
Rogers State University's nursing program is a regional leader, providing a high-quality talent pool supporting medical facilities across the state. As many of our hospitals face significant staffing challenges in light of the pandemic, nursing remains one of Oklahoma’s most critical occupations. We are proud to be home to one of the largest producers of bachelor-degreed registered nurses in northeast Oklahoma.