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


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average


OWASSO, OK 74055

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

St John Owasso does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

St John Owasso is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday 800 AM – 500 PM
Tuesday 800 AM – 500 PM
Wednesday 800 AM – 500 PM
Thursday 800 AM – 500 PM
Friday 800 AM – 500 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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Wish I could give negative stars. Worst hospital ever. My best friend came to the er for adominal pain and she was told she needed to stay the night. She complained several times about how bad her IV was hurting her. 4 hrs they finally took it out. She has asked countless times for stuff and they tell her okay and then never show. Worst hospital I've ever seen. Will never bring her back here again. St Francis is a much better hospital and they actually care about there patients. (11 months ago)

There are several overnight nurses on the 4th floor (labor and delivery) that are absolutely rude to visitors. I'm working on getting their names to file an internal complaint. I understand they deal with lots of visitors on a daily basis but that doesn't mean you get to be rude and disrespectful to everyone that comes up there to visit. (a year ago)

It's a nice place but the way they handle payments and bills are just ridiculous. Sooner care were to take care of our bill that was sent to us 2-3 months after we've went to visit the hospital. We asked them to send the bill to sooner care first but at that time we were no longer covered by sooner care since we had a miscarriage. At the time of going in for check ups WE WERE COVERED FOR SOONER CARE. At our LAST appointment we were still covered under sooner care even a week or so after. St John's decides not to send in the bill to get sooner care to pay for it until 2-3 months later and then sends us the bill saying that they won't pay for it since we are no longer covered. All in all it was a bad experience, we lost money for when we shouldn't have. Their staff and the ones we called to to talk about the bill were very unprofessional and no one knew what they were doing. (a year ago)

My 2 year old daughter broke her arm over the weekend and we had to visit St John Owasso ER. I was ABSOLUTELY amazed at how wonderful everyone there was. We got back in about 5 minutes, after filling out paperwork(maybe less, when your baby is in agonizing pain everything seems like it's taking forever). When we were put into a room we had two nurses in right away to check vitals and triage, and the doctor was in almost immediately after. An X-ray was ordered, and the X-ray tech was the sweetest girl I could have asked for. My baby was still in much pain, but she talked so soft and sweet to her, that my baby girl stayed mostly calm through that whole painful process. She was amazing with her. Then we had, I believe Deana in to put on a splint after X-rays came in. She was slow and steady, talked to my baby like she was her own family, even spent time with her putting about 10 stickers on her splint and sling, asking her where she wanted them, checking to make sure everything fit her well. My daughter was happy and calm when we left, and this momma is so thankful for all the staff at St John ER yesterday that helped my baby. I wish I would have gotten everyone's name, but I didn't. In and out, we were there about an hour and a half. I even got a call today from the ER checking up on her! Thank you St John ER for taking such good care of my baby! I know we didn't have a really serious issue, but you made her and I feel special and like you cared, and that means the world to me!! (a year ago)

St. John Owasso is the ONLY ER that has any clue what a subluxation is and that it can't be determined by an x-ray. Husband called me at 207 when he was walking in to let them know he was there because I checked him in while he was on his way. He called me at 230 when the ortho left after getting his shoulder set properly. Great staff! (a year ago)

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