At Bailey Medical Center, we believe that the best care possible can be close to home. We are proud to offer our community with high-quality comprehensive healthcare services in a modern facility close to home, and you can help make that possible. The patient is our first priority. If that’s a philosophy you believe in, it’s time to join us.
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Our healthcare network includes over 25 facilities across three states. With such a large footprint, we are always on the lookout for talented and compassionate individuals to help us provide an elite level of service. From clinical care to clerical positions, housekeeping and hospitality, we’re looking for great people top to bottom. Take a look at our glossary to find out where you could fit in.
Bailey Medical Center is a 37-bed general and surgical hospital. At Bailey, quality is delivered with compassion for patients and their families, with respect for employees, physicians and other health professionals; with accountability for our fiscal and ethical performance; and with responsibility to the communities we serve.
As a job candidate, you will go through several rounds of interviews to verify your candidacy and to determine whether your work style is a good fit for our culture. In addition to these parts of our hiring process, we may also perform background checks, drug screenings and we may ask to speak with previous employers.
Finding the right people to join our team is crucial. It’s a process we take very seriously. If you are selected, you’ll appreciate the care we put in to building a great team.
As an expansive network of healthcare facilities, we take great pride in a collective and individual commitment to quality. Our high standards for patient care direct every action. Very often, our quality care draws the attention of peer review, and we’re proud to be recognized time and time again as leaders in our field. Take a look at some of the recognition we've received.
We’re located in Owasso, Oklahoma, just a few minutes northeast of the Tulsa metropolitan area. This growing suburban community offers its residents access to a recognized school district, an array of shopping and dining options and is just half an hour from Skiatook Lake, which offers 160 beautiful shoreline miles.
Friday, August 29, 2014
Bailey Medical Center staffed enjoyed a beautiful lunch hour Thursday on campus dunking CEO Keith Mason in a tank full of cold water and throwing pies at CFO Brandon Bullard and CNO Ruby Triplett. Bailey Bariatrics’ Dr. JoeBob Kirk cooled off with the ALS challenge as well. Thank you to everyone who donated and enjoyed the food and entertainment!
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Way to go Dr. Kirk! #ALS #challengeaccepted
Thursday, August 28, 2014
In the Owasso area today? Please join us for lunch on campus from noon until 2pm. Food trucks will be here to serve lunch and ice cream benefiting the United Way. Plus, you will also be able to purchase a ticket for dunk tank and pie in the face…. You’ll have to come out to see who will be taking one (or more) for charity!
Monday, August 25, 2014
Watermelon. Honey dew. Cantaloupe. These are fruits that are in season right now. Can you name the most abundant nutrient in these fruits? If you said water, you are correct. Melons are more than 90 percent water. During the heat of the summer, choosing melons is a tasty way to help stay hydrated.
Other notable nutrients include potassium and magnesium which help regulate blood pressure. All melons are high in vitamin C. Watermelon and cantaloupes are also a good source of vitamin A. A cup of melon balls provides about 60 calories and 16 grams of carbohydrate.
Melons make a great nutrition break for kids practicing sports outside in the heat. People with diabetes will need to check blood sugars to see how your readings are affected. Cantaloupe and honey dew melons are available all year in the frozen fruit section, usually in a bag of mixed fruit.
Melon recipes come in all sorts of varieties including cold soups, salads, beverages and salsas. For an easy watermelon salad idea, go to http://www.food.com and search “Watermelon and Cucumber Salad.” There are just 5 common ingredients to make a quick and healthy side dish to offer during the last dog days of summer.
Friday, August 22, 2014
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
#NutritionTip - Amazing Avocado!
This fruit is packed with nutrition and can be used in many ways. Notable nutrients include healthy mono-unsaturated fat, fiber, folate, vitamin C, vitamin E, Vitamin B6, vitamin K, riboflavin, niacin, potassium and copper. A ripe avocado will give a little when you press down on the skin. An unripe avocado will feel solid when pressing down on the skin.
While avocadoes are very healthy, be aware that they contain a lot of fat, although a very healthy fat. Most of us know about guacamole served in Mexican restaurants as a dip for chips. You can make guacamole at home combining mashed avocado, lemon juice and onions which can be used as a dip for veggies and 100 percent whole grain crackers.
You can even use guacamole as a sandwich spread. If you are too busy to make your own guacamole, look for the 100 calorie packs of guacamole in the produce section. Sliced avocado can be used in sandwiches, a salad topper, floating on top of a bowl of soup or a topping for grilled fish or chicken breast. Pureed avocado can be used instead of mayonnaise in chicken or egg salad. If you make smoothies with a lot of colorful fruits and vegetables, adding a few chunks of avocado will provide the fat needed to absorb the anti-oxidants that make up the colors of those fruits and vegetables. Check the California Avocado Commission website at http://www.californiaavocado.com for more recipe and snack ideas.
Monday, August 18, 2014