In honor of Nationwide Affected person Recognition Week, District 1 Northwest Oklahoma County Well being Departments will host an Open Home from 1 p.m. to three p.m. on Friday, Feb. 3.
The occasion will happen concurrently on the Beaver, Custer, Harper, Texas, Woods and Woodward County Well being Departments. Throughout the occasion a tour of the County Well being Departments shall be provided in addition to free blood strain screenings.
Nationwide Affected person Recognition Week is noticed yearly from Feb. 1-7.
Healthcare staff take this chance to carry optimistic consciousness in offering high affected person care and replicate on the dedication made and the significance of conserving the affected person satisfaction as a precedence at every go to to their well being care suppliers.
“We invite our sufferers and the neighborhood to cease by, get pleasure from a tour of the constructing, get to know our workers and revel in some refreshments,” stated Ashley Ferguson, District 1 County Well being Division regional administrative director. “We are going to take this chance to point out our appreciation for our sufferers and thank them for taking the steps to enhance the well being outcomes in Oklahoma.
“We’re excited to showcase every County Well being Division and encourage the neighborhood to inquire concerning the many providers obtainable in our district. The Cell Wellness Unit shall be doing comparable occasions, at numerous places all through our district throughout the month of February. Info concerning these dates and instances shall be shared quickly.”
No appointment is critical for the free blood strain screenings on Feb. 3. To schedule an appointment for different providers provided at native County Well being Departments, please name:
Beaver County Well being Division (580) 625-3693
Custer County Well being Division (580) 323-2100 in Clinton or (580) 772-6417 in Weatherford
Harper County Well being Division (580) 921-2029
Texas County Well being Division (580) 338-8544
Woods County Well being Division (580) 327-3192
Woodward County Well being Division (580) 6256-6416