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Bristow Endeavor Healthcare in the News!
If you need a hip or knee replacement, the Center for Orthopaedic Reconstruction and Excellence is one of the best places in the state to get one. Yet that is not even close to the only health-care service the hospital offers.
The Center of Orthopedic Reconstruction and Excellence, CORE, to open its doors in Jenks, Okla. (CBS 2) 7/14/15
A new state-of-the-art health center is about to open its doors.“Our hope is that by doing the opposite and turning it on its edge, that we can create a model that will allow rural health care in Oklahoma to survive, over time,” said Jan Winter Clark, CEO Bristow Endeavor Healthcare.
Bristow Endeavor Healthcare pins its survival on expansion into the Tulsa area. Its parent, Bristow Endeavor Health Care LLC, hopes to complete licensing next week for its newly built $45 million Center for Orthopaedic Reconstruction and Excellence, or CORE, hospital at the northeastern corner of U.S. Highway 75 and Main Street in Jenks.
Officials with the Bristow Endeavor Healthcare say its new Jenks Center for Orthopaedic Reconstruction and Excellence brings 130 jobs in the community.
The 25-bed facility will focus on spine and orthopedic procedures. Bristow Endeavor Healthcare is opening an acute care hospital in Jenks next month that will have 25 beds and an emergency room.
“I wouldn’t call this a specialty hospital. This is a fully licensed acute-care hospital that does have a primary focus on orthopedics and spine, but it also has ancillary services that it will offer as well,” said Bristow Endeavor Healthcare CEO Jan Winter Clark.
“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 Endeavor Healthcare and co-owner of CORE.
CORE will raise the bar in Tulsa while also increasing access to top quality doctors from Creek and Payne counties.