Bartlesville has a highly-rated healthcare system comprised of family practitioners, specialists, OBGYNs, lab and diagnostic technicians, and a state-of-the-art hospital. Our citizens benefit from our regional healthcare system and the ability to receive quality medical care so close to home.
Health Care in Bartlesville
Jane Phillips Medical Center (JPMC), a member of the St. John Health System of Tulsa, is a general medical and surgical center located in Bartlesville and is accredited by NIAHO (National Integrated Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations). With 137 beds, JPMC offers a wide range of services, including general medicine, surgery, cardiopulmonary care, maternal and infant care, cancer treatment, geriatric care, orthopedics, and physical medicine.
Tulsa Health Care Facilities
Metropolitan Tulsa has over two dozen hospitals providing a full range of medical treatment, including Tulsa Life Flight, a 24-hour emergency helicopter service to and from the region's hospitals. Seven general hospitals serve Tulsa: Children’s Hospital at St. Francis, Hillcrest Medical Center, Oklahoma State University Medical Center (formerly Tulsa Regional Medical Center), St. Francis Hospital, St. John Medical Center, and Southcrest Hospital. A number of specialty hospitals and clinics are also available. There is also a Cancer Treatment Center of America located in Tulsa.