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Primary care, close to home

Your health shouldn't wait, even now. Ascension St. John doctors are now providing both in-person and virtual (telehealth) visits so you can stay at home and get the care you need. Call your Ascension doctor first to discuss whether a virtual visit is an option for your care.

While certain things have been postponed, it’s important for you to talk with your doctor if you have been delaying care. Because delaying care may impact your health. Ascension St. John doctors and care teams can help you plan when and how to get the care you need. 

We start by listening to better understand you and deliver the care that's right for you. By knowing you well, your primary care doctor can deliver personalized care to help you live a healthier life and reach your goals. Your doctor is your partner in health, from helping you recover from minor illness to managing chronic disease. And, your doctor can help you stay well by finding health problems early when they are most treatable.

Family Medicine
Care for the whole family, from kids to adults

Family medicine
Internal medicine

Internal Medicine
Care specializing in adults, including prevention and treatment of adult health concerns

Pediatrics

Pediatrics
Care specializing in newborns, infants, kids and teens

Ob/gyn

Ob/Gyn
Care specializing in the unique health needs of women

Schedule a visit with a primary care doctor or call 918-744-0123 to speak with a member of our team. Find a doctor who's right for you, click here.

Urgent care, in your neighborhood

Our urgent care locations offer online check-in so, you can wait at home or walk in anytime. When you need care for a minor illness or injury, our Ascension care teams at Ascension St. John Urgent Care provide the compassionate, personalized care that you’ve come to expect.

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Symptoms commonly treated at urgent care

Allergies
Fever
Severe sore throat
Skin infections

Emergency care, when seconds count

If you are experiencing a major emergency, go to the ER as soon as possible or dial 9-1-1 now. Signs or symptoms of an acute emergency may include shortness of breath, chest pain, open fracture, fainting, severe bleeding, head injury or other major trauma, one-sided weakness or numbness, loss of consciousness/fainting, severe abdominal pain, or bites or stings from humans and animals.

If you're experiencing a non-life-threatening illness or injury and need care, you can walk in or schedule your appointment at many of our ERs. Then, you can wait at home until it's time to come in.

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Urinary tract infections
Animal and insect bites

Ear or eye infections
Cuts that may need stitches

Sprains and strains
Upper respiratory tract infections
Minor burns

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Online urgent care, anytime, anywhere

Get the care you need from your home, office or on the go using your smartphone, tablet or laptop. Doctors are available all day every day to ensure the care you need can always fit into your schedule and your lifestyle. These visits are as secure and confidential as a face-to-face visit and protected by the same patient policy rules.

Why choose online care?

  • Quick – No driving, no parking and no waiting room
  • Convenient – Use your smartphone, tablet, or laptop from anywhere
  • Accessible – 24-7 access to a provider, available in all 50 states with no insurance required
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Primary care, close to home.
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Emergency care
Online care, anytime, anywhere.

Protect yourself from COVID-19

Here are steps to take precautions to protect yourself and those around you from COVID-19.

Protect yourself from COVID-19.
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See how Ascension is responding to COVID-19 at ascension.org. Talk to a doctor 24/7 from home with Ascension Online Care. Use code HOME for a discounted $20 online urgent care visit. No insurance required. 

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Getting the ER care you need is still important

Even at this time, broken bones, signs or symptoms of a heart attack or stroke, severe mental health concerns or other life-threatening symptoms from a chronic condition should not be ignored. Don't delay necessary emergency care, because putting off care could make your condition worse. 

You can rest assured that our hospitals and emergency rooms have safeguards to minimize the exposure risks related to coronavirus (COVID-19) for our patients and our care teams.

  • 24/7 emergency care
  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) precautions for safety
  • Compassionate doctors who listen to understand
  • Lab and imaging services on site
  • Access to the Ascension network for follow-up care

Check in for your emergency visit. Online appointment scheduling allows you to choose a time that’s right for you.

Primary care is important care, even now

Working together to deliver the care your child needs
As parents and caregivers, we know the importance of getting regular check-ups and vaccinations on time. That's why we're taking safety precautions to help keep your family safe while getting care at our facilities. 

Changing the way we provide care
Ascension is changing the way we provide care, but with the same compassionate care you've come to expect. 

Options for your care

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Our facilities are currently taking precautions to help keep patients and visitors safe, which may include conducting screenings, restricting visitors and practicing distancing for compassionate, safe care. We continuously monitor COVID-19 guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and adjust our safety practices and safeguards accordingly.

Get ahead of the new year by getting the care you've been putting off. If you've met your deductible or have unused FSA dollars, schedule end of year care.

Is it allergies, a cold, the flu or COVID-19?

Knowing the difference between seasonal allergies, a cold and something more serious can help you know when and where to seek care. Use this chart to help you compare symptoms. 

At Ascension St. John, we are committed to keeping you and your family safe while you’re receiving care. We are fully prepared for your safety when you're in our care.