Health & Wellness
Ada's medical community serves as a regional health care hub that serves not only Pontotoc County but the citizens of neighboring counties. Ada is home to three main medical facilities: Valley View Regional Hospital, Chickasaw Nation Medical Center, and Rolling Hills Psychiatric Hospital.
Mercy Hospital Ada (Formerly Valley View Hospital)
Valley View Regional Hospital was established in 1938 as a non-profit, acute care general hospital. In 1986, a new facility was constructed to house the growing hospital. Valley View Regional Hospital has over 700 employees which includes over 100 physicians that specialize in over 20 different fields. Over 86% of Valley Viewís physicians are board certified. Managed by Mercy Health Care Systems of Oklahoma, Valley View is a member of the American Hospital Association, the Oklahoma Hospital Association and VHA, Inc., the nationís largest voluntary hospital health care system. We are a not-for-profit, acute care, regional facility in Ada, Oklahoma serving a nine county area in south central Oklahoma. Valley View recently received the Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission for Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. In 2013, Valley View and Mercy reached an agreement and Mercy now operates and manages the hospital. Click here for the Mercy physician directory.
Mercy's 180 bed facility on Adaís east side provides care for over 39,800 patients in the following specialties:
|Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery||Dermatology||Diagnostic Services|
|Dialysis||Emergency Medical Services (EMS)||Endoscopic Surgery|
|General Surgery||Hematology||Home Healthcare|
|Infectious Disease||Intensive Care (ICU)||Internal Medicine|
|Oral Surgery||Orthopedic Surgery||Orthopedics|
|Reproductive Endocrinology||Respiratory Therapy||Sleep Center|
|Speech Therapy||Thoracic Surgery||Transitional Care|
|Urology||Vascular Surgery||Wound Healing|
Chickasaw Nation Medical Center
In 2010, the Chickasaw Nation opened the new 370,000 square foot Chickasaw Nation Medical Center. This state-of-the-art health care facility includes a 72-bed hospital, level 3 emergency department, ambulatory care facility, diabetes care center, dental clinic, diagnostics imaging center, women's health center, administrative offices, and tribal health programs.
This facility tripled the size of their previous health facility in Ada. The CNMC has the region's only 256 slice CAT scan machine. The Chickasaw Nation invested $145 million in the project in a unique joint venture with Indian Health Service.
Programs and Services offered include:
|Audiology||Behavioral Health||Benefits Eligibility|
|Cardiology||Health Info Center||Customer Relations|
|Dental Services||Diabetes Care Center||Emergency Room|
|ENT Services||Environmental Health||Family Practice|
|Foot Clinic||Geriatrics||Hearing Aid Program|
|Medical Assistance Program||Imaging Department||Injury Prevention|
|Inpatient Services||Internal Medicine||Laboratory|
|Radiology||Respiratory Therapy||Specialty Clinic|
|Tribal Health & Wellness||Urgent Care Clinic||Utilization Management|
|Vocational Rehabilitation||Women's Health|
Rolling Hills Hospital
Rolling Hills Hospital is a private, inpatient psychiatric hospital providing behavioral health care. The 40-bed hospital treats psychiatric and substance abuse patients in a serene environment located in north Ada. Rolling Hills Hospital has been serving the Ada area for over 18 years. Rolling Hills Hospital is licensed by the State of Oklahoma and is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.