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Deaconess Hospital promotes healthy lifestyle choices and works to prevent illness and injury. Through a variety of sources, we provide education, support and care to maintain and restore the individual’s health and well being. Services include:

  • Community Education seminars
  • Support Groups
  • Health screenings, risk-appraisals and prevention programs
  • Health fairs conducted at your organization site
  • Fitness and exercise, stress management, mental health, heart health, osteoporosis, CPR and many other health topics.
  • In addition, HealthLink can help you choose a pediatrician, family physician or specialist for any member of your family. This free, 24-hour service also includes a network of nurses to answer your medical questions about all of your family’s needs and more than 100 physicians now accepting referrals in the Oklahoma City area. Call .

Other community programs include:

  • "Deaconess Hospital’s Speaker’s Bureau" is available to business, community, health and educational organizations throughout the metropolitan area. Professional and experienced speakers are available representing a variety of topics and disciplines. Call .

  • "Freedom from Smoking" is a seven-week proven clinical stop-smoking program. Call for current schedule.

  • "Look Good, Feel Better" – Hair loss and complexion changes are common in cancer patients. Look Good…Feel Better is designed to teach women how to boost their physical appearance in an effort to cope with physical changes resulting from cancer treatment.  Call for current schedule or visit our calendar of events.

  • "I Can Cope" – In support of cancer patients in the community, Deaconess offers an educational program designed specifically for cancer patients, family and friends. It is a four-week course to help people deal with cancer and become an informed member of the treatment team. I Can Cope is co-sponsored by Deaconess Hospital and the American Cancer Society. Call for current schedule or visit our calendar of events.

  • "PRIDE" (Parents Responding to Infant Death Experience) for parents who have lost an infant through miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death. Call .

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