Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private


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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



What health specialties are we most known for at StJohn Broken Arrow, Inc?

St John Broken Arrow, Inc is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Tulsa County, OK.

St John Broken Arrow, Inc does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

St John Broken Arrow, Inc is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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I cannot say enough good things about this hospital. From the doctors and nurses that I've dealt with to the check in process to the surgery department to the anesthesiologists, every single person has been kind, courteous and professional. THANK YOU ST JOHNS. I APPRECIATE YOU ALL. (a month ago)

Trip to the emergency room for an obstructed kidney stone was diagnosed and treated in about the same amount of time it took to make the drive from Muskogee to the hospital or less. Very quick, clean and efficient. I am extremely impressed with my overall experience both in the emergency department and with the staff, nurses and doctors involved with my surgery the next day. Best hospital I have ever encountered in my life! I won't go anywhere else. (2 months ago)

I came to the ER on Sunday, and experienced very fast service. Got told I was staying over night, and started to worry. This was my first time being admitted to a hospital, so kinda scared. It ended up being great. The nurses (especially Christina on the 4th floor) were super nice! I never lacked for anything. Every one was incredibly friendly and helpful. They kept me well informed and made sure I had everything I needed. Definitely my best experience in a hospital this far, even compared to my previous visits where I wasn't admitted. (4 months ago)

Walked in with 1yo who had cut the roof of his mouth and bleeding pretty good. They had us come in about 15-20 min later. At that point the bleeding had stopped and the nurse barely looked at the cut. We were then sent back to the waiting room and sat there for at least 2 hours. I understand that other patients with more serious conditions come first but this isn’t the first time we’ve waited this long. My wife had to get blood drawn and it took them 2 hours to do that, with no one in waiting in the phlebotomy clinic. And the phlebotomist was in the office. Expect to wait longer here and get a different answer every time you ask about what’s going on. (3 months ago)

Just got home from taking 79 yr old mother in ER due to severe back pain, and not able to walk. Got in fast, due to an empty ER room. Got back into room, mom was not able to even sit up. Nurse took vitals, and shortly later doc came in. Doc bed side manners were horrible at best. He explained he couldn't keep her for chronic back pain. (Back surgery 5.5 months ago) We asked about doing an MRI. Doc said they didn't do MRIs for this reason, and that if MRI is ever needed on weekends, would have to transfer patient to another hospital. Really, why not have things available if needed to properly care for patients on weekends? I made a comment that ever since Ascension took over, this has not been the same hospital. All doc said he could do was give pain meds to see if BP would come down. BP 229/89. He explained that studies have shown, patients treated for opioid dependency, pain subsides after getting off of the narcotics. I explained to Mr. know it all, that my mother had only been back on pain meds for 2 weeks, so she isn't an addict. He said with a surprised face "ohhhh". We decided to go since they couldn't do anything for her. Nurse came in with a paper to sign, leaving against medical advice. I asked what the risks were since that was on the paper. (Because we were never explained what the risks we're by the doctor) The young man pushing the wheelchair gets smart with me. And interrupted me saying there was risks. (While I was asking the RN to explain) I said to the wheelchair pusher, since he was a Doctor, please explain to me what the risks were. I will end my story here, but big waste of time going to this hospital. I have gone here in the past and had some good experiences, but like I said, ever since new management company (Ascension) had taken over, the hospital is on minimum staff (poor care) and they just don't seem to care like they once did. Hopefully you won't have this experience trying to help an almost 80 yrs old mom, and get the responses we did with attitude. Good luck!!!!!!!! UPDATE: 7/2/2018 Took my mother to Hillcrest emergency room, they did CT scan and found fractured sacrum. Not sure why you would want to talk to me, because I can't help you with the way you give medical care. According to your doctor that treated my mother, he is the extension of your practice. (a week ago)

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