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Myron L Meters Thanks Tillamook County General Hospital!

Posted by 26 Jul, 2012

Tweet Tillamook Hospital was built on its current site in 1950, at a cost of $1,175,000. In 1973, Tillamook County signed a long-term management lease agreement with Northwest Medical Foundation of Tillamook, a non-profit health care corporation affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church and owned by Adventist Health. In 1975, county citizens approved a bond […]

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Tillamook Hospital was built on its current site in 1950, at a cost of $1,175,000. In 1973, Tillamook County signed a long-term management lease agreement with Northwest Medical Foundation of Tillamook, a non-profit health care corporation affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church and owned by Adventist Health.

In 1975, county citizens approved a bond issue, which when combined with federal funds resulted in a $2.4 million hospital improvement project.

In January 1980 NorthWest Medical Foundation merged with Adventist Health, a large health care corporation representing 19 hospitals in their Western Division and 70 hospitals nationwide. The operation of the facility is a partnership between Adventist Health and Tillamook County.

By the 1990’s, in meeting community health care needs, hospital services had outgrown the facility’s available space and significant remodeling was needed to accommodate modern technologies. In September 1996, voters of Tillamook County overwhelmingly approved a $10 million bond levy to upgrade and renovate the facility.

This project, completed in the Fall of 2000, added 25,000 square feet to the existing building and renovated 38,000 square feet. Improvements were made in a number of departments including Emergency, Surgery, Recovery, Outpatient Program, Laboratory and the Birthing Center. Other areas of improvement included replacement of plumbing and electrical, additional air conditioning, increased capacity of emergency generator, expanded fire alarm system and upgrading of the building to meet current earthquake standards.

As a non-profit organization, much of our hospital revenues stay within Tillamook County in the form of purchases and payroll, as well as the reinvestment by Adventist Health in upgrading equipment. Recent technology enhancements include transitioning to all-digital Radiology equipment and the implementation of a hospital-wide electronic medical record system. About $29 million in payroll annually benefits the local economy.

Our hospital participates in numerous national and state quality initiatives, as well a national patient satisfaction benchmarking. Results consistently rank us in the top decile performance. 

As the world of health care continues to advance, the dedicated members of our health care team plan on contributing to high quality medical services and positive growth in Tillamook County.

Tillamook County General Hospital is part of Adventist Health, a faith-based, not-for-profit integrated health care delivery system serving communities in California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington. Our workforce of 28,700 includes more than 21,000 employees; 4,500 medical staff physicians; and 3,000 volunteers. Founded on Seventh-day Adventist health values, Adventist Health provides compassionate care in 19 hospitals, more than 150 clinics (hospital-based, rural health and physician clinics), 14 home care agencies, six hospice agencies and four joint-venture retirement centers. 

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Adventist Health.

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Myron L Meters Thanks Jentek Water Treatment!

Posted by 26 Jul, 2012

Tweet Since 1998, Jentek Water Treatment, Inc. has been providing turnkey water treatment solutions to HVAC, industrial and construction industries. The need for a company with undivided responsibility developed as this challenging industry filled with sales professionals instead of water treatment specialists. Our associates are professionals in fields such as chemistry, engineering and refrigeration. Jentek […]

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Since 1998, Jentek Water Treatment, Inc. has been providing turnkey water treatment solutions to HVAC, industrial and construction industries. The need for a company with undivided responsibility developed as this challenging industry filled with sales professionals instead of water treatment specialists.

Our associates are professionals in fields such as chemistry, engineering and refrigeration. Jentek specialists demonstrate technical expertise, coupled with mechanical aptitude and an ability to communicate in layman’s terms. Only when associates have successfully implemented all areas of the Jentek Turnkey System, will they be considered water treatment specialists.

Although chemical formulations and controls are very important, excellence is only realized when a total water management program is implemented. Therefore, Jentek invests heavily in continuing education and operator training.

Jentek believes that our company reputation for excellence should be maintained daily. As a result, our technical services are second to none. As we continue to raise the expectations of our industry, it is our hope that you can experience the benefits of the technology wave led by Jentek.

Contact your local Jentek specialist to see if we can improve your water program. Statistics indicate a 98% chance that your company, equipment, processes and employees will experience benefits immediately from initiating Jentek turnkey solutions.

Jentek manufactures and services a full line of cooling water, boiler water and domestic water treatments to control scale, corrosion and biological fouling.

Jentek’s research and development chemists have produced chemical technologies that exceed industry standards for excellence in scale and corrosion technology. The JCT series of cooling water treatments offers synergistic blends of proprietary materials to produce clean heat transfer surfaces with negligible corrosion rates.

Although white rust remains problematic to many galvanized cooling towers, Jentek has developed theJMP series of metal passivating and start-up solutions. Our JMP formulas are extending the life expectancies of cooling towers by protecting them from premature failure.

Diligent control of bacteria, algae, fungi and biofilm is achieved through the use of Jentek’s JBX series of microbiocides and penetrants. The non-oxidizing nature of these chemicals reduces the corrosiveness to system metallurgy when compared to oxidizers such as chlorine and bromine. Alternating biocides provides the most effective means to control bacteria and algae as biocide resistance is minimized. For information regarding Legionnaire’s disease and how to control legionella, contact your Jentek water treatment specialist.

J-Therm formulas provide freeze protection of pipes and coils. Ethylene and propylene glycols are available to accommodate the project’s toxicity tolerances, specific heat transfer and freeze point requirements. J-Therm glycols are available with or without the inclusion of corrosion inhibitors. Concentrate or premixed solutions are available to suit the logistical requirements of the project. Delivery and injection are part of our turnkey services and may be implemented through drummed or bulk delivery options. 

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Jentek.

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Myron L Meters Thanks Tillamook County General Hospital!

Posted by 26 Jul, 2012

Tweet Tillamook Hospital was built on its current site in 1950, at a cost of $1,175,000. In 1973, Tillamook County signed a long-term management lease agreement with Northwest Medical Foundation of Tillamook, a non-profit health care corporation affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church and owned by Adventist Health. In 1975, county citizens approved a bond […]

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Tillamook Hospital was built on its current site in 1950, at a cost of $1,175,000. In 1973, Tillamook County signed a long-term management lease agreement with Northwest Medical Foundation of Tillamook, a non-profit health care corporation affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church and owned by Adventist Health.

In 1975, county citizens approved a bond issue, which when combined with federal funds resulted in a $2.4 million hospital improvement project.

In January 1980 NorthWest Medical Foundation merged with Adventist Health, a large health care corporation representing 19 hospitals in their Western Division and 70 hospitals nationwide. The operation of the facility is a partnership between Adventist Health and Tillamook County.

By the 1990’s, in meeting community health care needs, hospital services had outgrown the facility’s available space and significant remodeling was needed to accommodate modern technologies. In September 1996, voters of Tillamook County overwhelmingly approved a $10 million bond levy to upgrade and renovate the facility.

This project, completed in the Fall of 2000, added 25,000 square feet to the existing building and renovated 38,000 square feet. Improvements were made in a number of departments including Emergency, Surgery, Recovery, Outpatient Program, Laboratory and the Birthing Center. Other areas of improvement included replacement of plumbing and electrical, additional air conditioning, increased capacity of emergency generator, expanded fire alarm system and upgrading of the building to meet current earthquake standards.

As a non-profit organization, much of our hospital revenues stay within Tillamook County in the form of purchases and payroll, as well as the reinvestment by Adventist Health in upgrading equipment. Recent technology enhancements include transitioning to all-digital Radiology equipment and the implementation of a hospital-wide electronic medical record system. About $29 million in payroll annually benefits the local economy.

Our hospital participates in numerous national and state quality initiatives, as well a national patient satisfaction benchmarking. Results consistently rank us in the top decile performance. 

As the world of health care continues to advance, the dedicated members of our health care team plan on contributing to high quality medical services and positive growth in Tillamook County.

Tillamook County General Hospital is part of Adventist Health, a faith-based, not-for-profit integrated health care delivery system serving communities in California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington. Our workforce of 28,700 includes more than 21,000 employees; 4,500 medical staff physicians; and 3,000 volunteers. Founded on Seventh-day Adventist health values, Adventist Health provides compassionate care in 19 hospitals, more than 150 clinics (hospital-based, rural health and physician clinics), 14 home care agencies, six hospice agencies and four joint-venture retirement centers. 

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Adventist Health.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

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Myron L Meters Thanks Jentek Water Treatment!

Posted by 26 Jul, 2012

Tweet Since 1998, Jentek Water Treatment, Inc. has been providing turnkey water treatment solutions to HVAC, industrial and construction industries. The need for a company with undivided responsibility developed as this challenging industry filled with sales professionals instead of water treatment specialists. Our associates are professionals in fields such as chemistry, engineering and refrigeration. Jentek […]

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Since 1998, Jentek Water Treatment, Inc. has been providing turnkey water treatment solutions to HVAC, industrial and construction industries. The need for a company with undivided responsibility developed as this challenging industry filled with sales professionals instead of water treatment specialists.

Our associates are professionals in fields such as chemistry, engineering and refrigeration. Jentek specialists demonstrate technical expertise, coupled with mechanical aptitude and an ability to communicate in layman’s terms. Only when associates have successfully implemented all areas of the Jentek Turnkey System, will they be considered water treatment specialists.

Although chemical formulations and controls are very important, excellence is only realized when a total water management program is implemented. Therefore, Jentek invests heavily in continuing education and operator training.

Jentek believes that our company reputation for excellence should be maintained daily. As a result, our technical services are second to none. As we continue to raise the expectations of our industry, it is our hope that you can experience the benefits of the technology wave led by Jentek.

Contact your local Jentek specialist to see if we can improve your water program. Statistics indicate a 98% chance that your company, equipment, processes and employees will experience benefits immediately from initiating Jentek turnkey solutions.

Jentek manufactures and services a full line of cooling water, boiler water and domestic water treatments to control scale, corrosion and biological fouling.

Jentek’s research and development chemists have produced chemical technologies that exceed industry standards for excellence in scale and corrosion technology. The JCT series of cooling water treatments offers synergistic blends of proprietary materials to produce clean heat transfer surfaces with negligible corrosion rates.

Although white rust remains problematic to many galvanized cooling towers, Jentek has developed theJMP series of metal passivating and start-up solutions. Our JMP formulas are extending the life expectancies of cooling towers by protecting them from premature failure.

Diligent control of bacteria, algae, fungi and biofilm is achieved through the use of Jentek’s JBX series of microbiocides and penetrants. The non-oxidizing nature of these chemicals reduces the corrosiveness to system metallurgy when compared to oxidizers such as chlorine and bromine. Alternating biocides provides the most effective means to control bacteria and algae as biocide resistance is minimized. For information regarding Legionnaire’s disease and how to control legionella, contact your Jentek water treatment specialist.

J-Therm formulas provide freeze protection of pipes and coils. Ethylene and propylene glycols are available to accommodate the project’s toxicity tolerances, specific heat transfer and freeze point requirements. J-Therm glycols are available with or without the inclusion of corrosion inhibitors. Concentrate or premixed solutions are available to suit the logistical requirements of the project. Delivery and injection are part of our turnkey services and may be implemented through drummed or bulk delivery options. 

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Jentek.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

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Myron L Meters Thanks Superior Lithographics!

Posted by 25 Jul, 2012

Tweet Superior Lithographics Takes Home Gold in 2011 Printing Impressions’ Gold Ink Awards Annual Competition Acknowledges Leading Package Printer as Industry’s Best LOS ANGELES – September 30, 2011 – Superior Lithographics, California’s leading large-form at packaging printer, today announced that it has won the prestigious Gold Ink Award. Produced by Printing Impressions Magazine, and recognized as […]

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Superior Lithographics Takes Home Gold in 2011 Printing Impressions’ Gold Ink Awards

Annual Competition Acknowledges Leading Package Printer as Industry’s Best


LOS ANGELES – September 30, 2011 – Superior Lithographics, California’s leading large-form

at packaging printer, today announced that it has won the prestigious Gold Ink Award. Produced by Printing Impressions Magazine, and recognized as the industry’s most acclaimed printing competition, the awards honor the most outstanding print projects produced by printing manufacturers, designers, direct marketers and more from around the world. Over 1,000 submissions were received in categories including digital printing, magazines, commercial printing, packaging and more. Superior Lithographics won Gold in the poster category for its expansive and colorful Grand Teton National Park poster.

“It’s always an honor to be recognized by our peers for achievements in the printing industry – especially because it underscores our unwavering commitment to the highest quality printing standards,” said Doug Rawson, founder and CEO of Superior Lithographics. “We are known primarily for our packaging work so it is particularly gratifying to be recognized for our ability to deliver award-winning poster printing as well.”

All entries were judged by a distinguished panel of graphic artists, production managers and print buyers on a host of criteria – from print quality and technical difficulty to overall visual effect.

“We received a number of high-caliber submissions, and the posters category is always highly competitive,” said Erik Cagle, senior editor of Printing Impressions magazine. “Superior Lithographics did an amazing job of capturing the beauty and spectacle that is Grand Teton National Park, creating a work of natural art for the ages.”

Winners will be published in the September issue of Printing Impressions. More information on the winners and the competition can also be found by visiting: http://www.goldink.com/winners-revealed.

About Superior Lithographics

Superior Lithographics is California’s leading large-format package printer, setting the industry standard for service, quality and innovation. Founded in 1988, the company combines seasoned printing professionals with a state-of-the-art facility to deliver package printing that saves customers both time and money. From litho labels and folding cartons to interactive packaging driven by QR codes, Superior Lithographics delivers package printing solutions that exceed customer expectations. For more information, visit www.suplitho.com.

Myron L meters is proud to do business with Superior Lithographics.

Please visit us on the web at:

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Myron L Meters Thanks Superior Lithographics!

Posted by 25 Jul, 2012

Tweet Superior Lithographics Takes Home Gold in 2011 Printing Impressions’ Gold Ink Awards Annual Competition Acknowledges Leading Package Printer as Industry’s Best LOS ANGELES – September 30, 2011 – Superior Lithographics, California’s leading large-form at packaging printer, today announced that it has won the prestigious Gold Ink Award. Produced by Printing Impressions Magazine, and recognized as […]

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Superior Lithographics Takes Home Gold in 2011 Printing Impressions’ Gold Ink Awards

Annual Competition Acknowledges Leading Package Printer as Industry’s Best


LOS ANGELES – September 30, 2011 – Superior Lithographics, California’s leading large-form

at packaging printer, today announced that it has won the prestigious Gold Ink Award. Produced by Printing Impressions Magazine, and recognized as the industry’s most acclaimed printing competition, the awards honor the most outstanding print projects produced by printing manufacturers, designers, direct marketers and more from around the world. Over 1,000 submissions were received in categories including digital printing, magazines, commercial printing, packaging and more. Superior Lithographics won Gold in the poster category for its expansive and colorful Grand Teton National Park poster.

 

“It’s always an honor to be recognized by our peers for achievements in the printing industry – especially because it underscores our unwavering commitment to the highest quality printing standards,” said Doug Rawson, founder and CEO of Superior Lithographics. “We are known primarily for our packaging work so it is particularly gratifying to be recognized for our ability to deliver award-winning poster printing as well.”

All entries were judged by a distinguished panel of graphic artists, production managers and print buyers on a host of criteria – from print quality and technical difficulty to overall visual effect.

“We received a number of high-caliber submissions, and the posters category is always highly competitive,” said Erik Cagle, senior editor of Printing Impressions magazine. “Superior Lithographics did an amazing job of capturing the beauty and spectacle that is Grand Teton National Park, creating a work of natural art for the ages.”

Winners will be published in the September issue of Printing Impressions. More information on the winners and the competition can also be found by visiting: http://www.goldink.com/winners-revealed.

About Superior Lithographics

Superior Lithographics is California’s leading large-format package printer, setting the industry standard for service, quality and innovation. Founded in 1988, the company combines seasoned printing professionals with a state-of-the-art facility to deliver package printing that saves customers both time and money. From litho labels and folding cartons to interactive packaging driven by QR codes, Superior Lithographics delivers package printing solutions that exceed customer expectations. For more information, visit www.suplitho.com.

Myron L meters is proud to do business with Superior Lithographics.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

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Myron L Meters Thanks Schreiber Foods!

Posted by 24 Jul, 2012

Tweet Schreiber Foods has grown from a single production facility in Green Bay, Wis., to a $4.5+ billion global enterprise and the world’s largest employee owned dairy company.  We’re successful because we live our values of ownership, caring, partnership, continuous improvement and commitment to our customers each and every day. People are the key It’s […]

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Schreiber Foods has grown from a single production facility in Green Bay, Wis., to a $4.5+ billion global enterprise and the world’s largest employee owned dairy company. 

We’re successful because we live our values of ownership, caring, partnership, continuous improvement and commitment to our customers each and every day.

People are the key

It’s never been just about the money. Our founders believed we’d prosper if we put people first. When they started the company, they said our best chance to be successful was to hire the best people, train them well and treat them fairly. It’s a philosophy we still live by today. We’re about building mea

ningful relationships with each other, with our customers and with our communities.

Key dates in our history:

1945 Company founded. 1962 L.D. Schreiber Cheese Co. incorporates with the purchase of company stock by 13 employees. 1967 The company begins production of individually wrapped singles. 1968 For the first time, the company offers employees other than the original 13 owners the opportunity to purchase company stock. 1973 Our in-house design center is created, offering design solutions for customer labels and packaging. 1980 L.D. Schreiber Cheese Co. becomes Schreiber Foods. 1988 Schreiber sets the standard by changing its service goals to “exact shipment” from “plus or minus 10 percent,” which was typical of the industry. 1993 Annual sales surpass $1 billion. 1994 Schreiber builds the CAPRI plant in Clinton, Mo., providing the company with a high-quality, reliable source for its printed packaging materials. 1999 The Logan plant sets a new industry safety record.

The company creates its Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). 2001 Annual sales surpass $2 billion. 2002 Enters the cream cheese market with the acquisition of the largest customer brand cream cheese maker. 2005 Enters the yogurt market, further diversifying its dairy product selection.

Enters production of string cheese.

Achieves goal of strategically locating distribution centers within one day of all continental U.S. customers. 2006 Enters into a joint venture in China. 2008 Annual sales surpass $4 billion. 2010 Acquires production facility in Uruguay.

Expands European presence with a joint venture in Austria. 2011 Acquires customer-brand yogurt business from Dean Foods.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Schreiber Foods.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

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Myron L Meters Thanks Schreiber Foods!

Posted by 24 Jul, 2012

Tweet Schreiber Foods has grown from a single production facility in Green Bay, Wis., to a $4.5+ billion global enterprise and the world’s largest employee owned dairy company.  We’re successful because we live our values of ownership, caring, partnership, continuous improvement and commitment to our customers each and every day. People are the key It’s […]

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Schreiber Foods has grown from a single production facility in Green Bay, Wis., to a $4.5+ billion global enterprise and the world’s largest employee owned dairy company. 

We’re successful because we live our values of ownership, caring, partnership, continuous improvement and commitment to our customers each and every day.

People are the key

It’s never been just about the money. Our founders believed we’d prosper if we put people first. When they started the company, they said our best chance to be successful was to hire the best people, train them well and treat them fairly. It’s a philosophy we still live by today. We’re about building mea

ningful relationships with each other, with our customers and with our communities.

Key dates in our history:

1945 Company founded. 1962 L.D. Schreiber Cheese Co. incorporates with the purchase of company stock by 13 employees. 1967 The company begins production of individually wrapped singles. 1968 For the first time, the company offers employees other than the original 13 owners the opportunity to purchase company stock. 1973 Our in-house design center is created, offering design solutions for customer labels and packaging. 1980 L.D. Schreiber Cheese Co. becomes Schreiber Foods. 1988 Schreiber sets the standard by changing its service goals to “exact shipment” from “plus or minus 10 percent,” which was typical of the industry. 1993 Annual sales surpass $1 billion. 1994 Schreiber builds the CAPRI plant in Clinton, Mo., providing the company with a high-quality, reliable source for its printed packaging materials. 1999 The Logan plant sets a new industry safety record.

The company creates its Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). 2001 Annual sales surpass $2 billion. 2002 Enters the cream cheese market with the acquisition of the largest customer brand cream cheese maker. 2005 Enters the yogurt market, further diversifying its dairy product selection.

Enters production of string cheese.

Achieves goal of strategically locating distribution centers within one day of all continental U.S. customers. 2006 Enters into a joint venture in China. 2008 Annual sales surpass $4 billion. 2010 Acquires production facility in Uruguay.

Expands European presence with a joint venture in Austria. 2011 Acquires customer-brand yogurt business from Dean Foods.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Schreiber Foods.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

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Myron L Meters Thanks Hodgins Engraving!

Posted by 23 Jul, 2012

Tweet At Hodgins Engraving we: sell exclusively through the trade print all types of stationery products build and manage e-commerce systems handle fulfillment and shipping for our customers Hodgins Engraving specializes in producing stationery and related printed items. The majority of our volume is everyday corporate identity packages, letterheads, envelopes and business cards. Our end […]

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At Hodgins Engraving we:

sell exclusively through the trade

print all types of stationery products

build and manage e-commerce systems

handle fulfillment and shipping for our customers

Hodgins Engraving specializes in producing stationery and related printed items. The majority of our volume is everyday corporate identity packages, letterheads, envelopes and business cards. Our end user customers range from small business that order a few times a year to large global corporations that require daily shipments. Much of our work involves pre-printed master runs, which we produce and store, then imprint as needed. We produce and warehouse finished goods for immediate shipment to end users, as well as provide complete fulfillment services.

While our largest volume is everyday stationery products, we are best known for our high-end specialties. We produce offset, letterpress, foil stamping, embossing, genuine engraving, die cutting, and many specialty-finishing techniques such as double sheet pasting, edge tinting, gilding, mailings and hand finishing work. Our sales partners entrust us with projects such as invitations for exclusive events, inaugurations, work for embassies and high profile marketing events.

And most of it happens at the speed of the Internet! Our staff builds and manages e-commerce systems for many of our clients. Using an xml interface we automate workflow from systems such as Four51, e-quantum, Kramer-Smilko, Demand Bridge, QualityStationery.com and many proprietary systems. End-to-end automation helps insure consistency and reliability.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Hodgins Engraving.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com


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Myron L Meters Thanks Claremore Indian Hospital!

Posted by 23 Jul, 2012

Tweet One of the Oklahoma City Areas most attractive employment options is the Claremore Service Unit. Situated almost entirely in Oklahomas Green Country, the area is a lovely combination of fertile prairie land to the north and southwest and forest-covered Ozark foothills to the northeast. The Arkansas and Verdigris Rivers flow from northwest to southeast, […]

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One of the Oklahoma City Areas most attractive employment options is the Claremore Service Unit. Situated almost entirely in Oklahomas Green Country, the area is a lovely combination of fertile prairie land to the north and southwest and forest-covered Ozark foothills to the northeast. The Arkansas and Verdigris Rivers flow from northwest to southeast, their many man-made dams impounding 86,000 acres of deep lakes in the area. The natural beauty of the topography combines with a moderate climate to make the region a haven for lovers of the outdoors. The annual average temperature year-round is 60 degrees – on average only 82 degrees in July and 37 degrees in January. The unit encompasses 12 counties and 7,750 square miles. It serves an Indian population of some 63,000 mostly from the Cherokee and Creek tribes, although 15 more tribes are represented as well. Having integrated extensively with the non-Indian population in terms of education, employment, and language, the people served by this unit reflect patterns of illness that largely parallel those of the general Oklahoma population. Claremore, birthplace of Will Rogers and setting of the classic Broadway musical, Oklahoma!, is a town of 20,000 just 21 miles northeast of the very metropolitan city of Tulsa, with a U.S. Census county population of 571,348. Tulsa has a major airport with international flights and destinations in most major U.S. cities, and was ranked in the top 10 southern cities in Southern Living magazine and Fodors Travel Publications as one of its outstanding travel destinations. Tulsas cost of living is 8 percent BELOW the national average and has a County per capita income 11 percent ABOVE the national average. With its heritage captured in several museums and parks, Claremore is a nearly perfect place for families – small enough to allow plenty of time for growing up adjacent to a progressive center of culture, commerce, and higher education and close to an enviable array of healthy recreational outlets.

The hospital at Claremore is a specialty based comprehensive care facility, providing care through nine organized clinical services: community health, dentistry, optometry, emergency medical services, general surgery, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, and radiology. All these departments are headed by board-certified or board-eligible chiefs of service, four of whom hold adjacent appointments [as Associate Clinical Professors] with the University of Oklahoma Medical College and Oklahoma State University. The 50-bed facility has been JCAHO-accredited since 1978, just one year after its opening. Each year the thirty-six staff physicians and approximately 80 contract physicians admit about 1500 patients, deliver 400 babies, perform 1650 surgical procedures and attend nearly 155,000 outpatient visits. An equivalent number of outpatient visits are handled by other professional and paraprofessional hospital employees. The six-bed intensive and coronary care unit is fully equipped with sophisticated monitoring instruments. In addition, the facility has recently added state of the art CAT Scan equipment and trained staff to provide better and more timely clinical services. Following the general philosophy of the Indian Health Service, the hospital employs a team approach to disease prevention, management, and treatment. A salient example is the diabetes program which coordinates the expertise of a team of professionals, including a physician, a nurse practitioner, a nutritionist, a physical therapist, and a nurse educator – all concentrating their disciplines upon the growing problem of diabetes. The pharmacy has both anticoagulation and lipid clinics of national recognition. The pharmacy-based referral clinics manage most of the hospitals patients that require anticoagulation therapy or lipid management. This rapid-paced hospital maintains academic affiliations with six teaching institutions, hosting trainees in nursing, dentistry, physician assistance, family practice, and pharmacy. Medical students and resident physicians have the opportunity to perform clinical rotations on nearly every clinical service in the facility.

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