blaaveispiken, welcome to the Oklahoma Nursing forum.
Top hospitals in Tulsa: St. John and St. Francis are two of the best hospitals around. Both are in very nice areas and have many specialties available. If you'd like some more information about them, visit The St. John Health System is Tobacco Free
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for St. Francis.
Other area hospitals include Hillcrest Medical Center, which has a very nice new women's center and has the most deliveries in the state. Hillcrest has a level 3 NICU available as well. Tulsa Regional Medical Center is the teaching school for Oklahoma State University.
To the south of Tulsa, there's SouthCrest, a relatively new and growing hospital. They have a nice delivery center and a thriving heart center. They opened in 1999, have all private rooms, and room service (someone got HOspital and HOtel mixed up somewhere along the line
Across the street from SouthCrest Hospital is St. Francis Heart Hospital. It's a heart only ED, and it's supposed to be state of the art.
The other specialty hospital I'm coming up with at the moment is Tulsa Spine Hospital. It's located south and west of Tulsa (near Riverside Airport, and RVS is across from the old City of Faith now CityPlex towers). It's south of Tulsa off highway 75. They deal with spinal issues.
There are a few hospitals outside of the city. Owasso, a very nice growing suburb of Tulsa, now has a new hospital owned by St. John. I've lived in Owasso and would love to live there again. I really miss it.
Anyhow, this is just a list of places to work in Tulsa. I hope this is of help to you, and if you have any other questions, we'll be happy to help out.