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.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Did you know? Exercising 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of death from #heartdisease by 70 percent.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Parents, register your children today for a fun, local triathlon benefiting the Owasso Family YMCA and their Strong Kids Initiative. The Bailey Medical Center Strong Kids Triathlon is a 100 yard swim, 2 mile bike ride and 1 mile run challenge for children 5 to 15 years old. Click here for more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/861547813874787/permalink/887580654604836/
Monday, July 21, 2014
In the Community - Bailey Medical Center is proud to support the Owasso Family YMCA!
Monday, July 21, 2014
Grilled Fruit - Summer is heating up again and it’s time to fire up the grill again. Have you thought about putting some fruit on your grill? Fruit is easy to prepare and put on the grill. Grilled fruit can be used for desserts, kabobs, salsas, side dishes and appetizers. Grilling fruit can caramelize the natural sugars and highlight a fruit’s natural sweetness. Hard fruits like apples, pears and pineapples are the easiest to grill because they hold their shape and texture while cooking. Softer fruit like nectarines, plums, peaches and mangoes must be at the stage that is right before the “just ripe” state so they won’t cook to mush. Using a grilling basket or threading the fruit on skewers will help keep the fruit from falling through the grilling racks. To get you started, check out the 10 grilled fruit recipes on http://bbq.about.com/od/fruitrecipes/tp/10fruit.htm. One of my favorites is the grilled peach salsa recipe on http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/grilled_peach_lime_salsa.html. I prefer peeling my peaches first. A fruit salsa is fantastic spooned over grilled chicken or fish.
-Rene’ Norman, RD/LD,
Bailey Medical Center Dietitian
Friday, July 18, 2014
Continue to spread the good news by knowing and reducing your risk of having a stroke.
Control high blood pressure and high cholesterol, don’t smoke, limit alcohol intake, maintain a healthy weight, and manage diabetes and Afib.
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
It’s #Tomato Time!
Tasty, fresh, vine ripened tomatoes are appearing in farmer’s markets, produce stands and the produce sections of some local grocery stores. Summertime, fresh tomatoes are good sources of vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium and lycopene. Fresh tomatoes have few calories and are virtually sodium free.
Let’s back up….what’s lycopene? Lycopene is the phytochemical found in red fruits and vegetables, notably tomatoes. Research links higher lycopene intake with decreased risk for cancer (especially prostate), cardiovascular disease and stroke. Happily, we don’t have to eat fresh tomatoes to get this health benefit.
An article published this year in The Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology showed that adding 2, ½-cup servings of canned tomato sauce or tomato paste to their diets increased lycopene levels. Higher concentrations of lycopene are linked to lower risk for cardiovascular disease. Cooking the tomato releases lycopene for absorption.
While a fresh tomato is virtually sodium free, many canned tomato products have a lot of sodium. Look for the lowest sodium on the label. Tomatoes come in many varieties such as plum, cherry, grape, beefsteak, slicing or the many varieties of heirloom tomatoes appearing on market shelves. This summer enjoy fresh tomatoes with salads, salsas and sandwiches or on their own as a snack or side dish.
Monday, July 14, 2014