A Complete Look into Women’s Health – Mind and Body

By NutexMarketing | September 16, 2020

The last Wednesday of September is recognized as National Women’s Health and Fitness Day!   This day, taking place on September 30 is the largest national annual health promotion event for women of all ages. Along with participating in locally organized events, National Women’s Health and Fitness Day is a chance to direct the focus on…

Parenting in a Pandemic: Back to School Safety Tips

By NutexMarketing | August 20, 2020

As a parent, there are countless life milestones you’ve been preparing for since you had your first child. Although the first day of school is on that list, no one could have anticipated the circumstances we’re currently under. Some things may be out of our control, but there are ways to feel more prepared for what you’re walking into. This…

Receiving Emergency Care During the Pandemic

By NutexMarketing | July 27, 2020

It can be unsettling to think about spending time in a hospital or ER right now, but the reality is that emergencies don’t stop just because we’re in the middle of a pandemic. That’s why we’ve adapted our approach, to keep our patients safe, give them peace of mind, and prevent cross-contamination from COVID-19. Don’t…

Staying Safe in Public

By NutexMarketing | June 24, 2020

As Tulsa navigates through phase 3 of re-opening, it’s imperative that we don’t become lenient with safety precautions. Whether you have something that can’t be done over the phone or are just trying to find a sense of normalcy again, you’ve probably started venturing out, or even traveling by now. When going out in public,…

Tulsa ER & Hospital forgives $2.1 million in patient medical debt

By NutexMarketing | May 15, 2020

This press release was published on May 11, 2020 by KTUL staff member Megan Butler, and can be found here. TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — Tulsa ER & Hospital announced it will forgive $2.1 million of current outstanding medical debt for patients who received service at the hospital from December 2019 through April 1, 2020. “In…

Tulsa ER & Hospital Implements Dual Care Strategy for Optimal Patient Safety

By NutexMarketing | May 13, 2020

If you or a loved one are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, we are here to help. However, lacerations, broken bones, and other illnesses don’t stop for a pandemic, and neither do we. With our new Dual Care initiative, you can be treated for all ailments unrelated to COVID-19, in a separate, safe environment. We have…

Maintaining Your Health at Home

By NutexMarketing | April 17, 2020

This year is off to an interesting start, to say the least. With all the uncertainty this pandemic has brought, it’s crucial that we come together and support one another through this time. That’s why we’re discussing ways to cope with self-isolation and the steps you can take to maintain your physical and mental health.…

Purple Day for Epilepsy

By NutexMarketing | March 23, 2020

March 26th is Purple Day, an international effort to raise awareness about epilepsy and recognize the 50 million people living with it worldwide. Because it’s not talked about in-depth enough, there’s a general lack of understanding about epilepsy. That’s why this Purple Day, Tulsa ER & Hospital aims to educate our community about epilepsy and…

Eating Disorder Awareness Week

By NutexMarketing | February 21, 2020

February 23 to March 1 is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. In a world where you can’t open an app, turn on the tv, or glance at a magazine rack without seeing a model with the “perfect look,” body image issues are widely common amongst teens and young adults. Although mainstream media has taken strides…

Healthy Weight Awareness Month

By NutexMarketing | January 23, 2020

January is Healthy Weight Awareness Month, an opportunity to evaluate our health and make improvements! Although being underweight can also have serious health risks, Americans as a whole have more issues with being overweight. The National Institutes of Health found that 35 percent of American adults are obese, while an additional 34 percent are overweight.…