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Warren Clinic plans to employ around 60 people in a new facility in Owasso | Local business news

A new $27.5 million Warren Clinic is under construction in Owasso.

The two-story, 48,600 square foot facility will be located at 11610 N. 137th E. Ave. Scheduled to be completed in January, it is expected to employ approximately 60 people and will replace operations at the Warren Clinic’s current Owasso site at 13600 E. 86th St. N.

“Demand for services has continued to increase, particularly as we strive to meet the primary care needs of the community,” Warren Clinic President Collin Henry said by telephone. “We are really running out of space in our space at our current location.”

The company of Tulsa-based Saint Francis Health System physicians, Warren Clinic began essentially as a primary care center in the late 1980s before beginning to recruit specialists in 2007, Henry said.

The clinic now has approximately 440 physicians and 185 advanced practice practitioners (APPs) at more than 100 sites in eastern Oklahoma.

The new center in Owasso will have emergency care, laboratory services and a rehabilitation center on the first floor. Eight medical offices will occupy the second floor.

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The clinic will be linked to the company’s electronic medical records system.

“If a patient were to be in a specialty office, for example in Tulsa or anywhere in the area, but lives in Owasso, they could travel to Owasso on their way home or during their lunch break to doing his lab work instead of having to drive back and forth to Tulsa,” Henry said.

Warren Clinic-Owasso will provide face-to-face care while keeping pace with evolving technologies such as digital and virtual healthcare, he said.

“The most important thing for us as we try to be more consumer-centric is to meet the needs of the community,” Henry said.

“We have seen a significant emergency care deficit in Owasso. So that emergency care would be open seven days a week. That’s probably one of the biggest differences in our services that will be offered there.”

rhett.morgan@tulsaworld.com