Holdenville, Oklahoma, December 15, 2014 – Holdenville General Hospital (HGH) announced today that it will be acquiring the Wewoka Medical Rural Health Clinic. Glenn A. Crowson, M.D. and Amy Ashley, ARNP, as practice providers, will join forces with Holdenville General Hospital effective January 1, 2015 and will operate under the name of Holdenville General Hospital Wewoka Health Clinic. This clinic will be an addition to the other three clinics they currently own and operate – HGH Rural Health Clinic in Holdenville; HGH Physician Health Clinic in Holdenville; and HGH Allen Health Clinic in Allen. The acquisition represents an expansion in the greater tri-city area, where HGH already has a well-established presence.
Roberta Jeffrey, CEO of HGH, commented, “Dr. Crowson and HGH share a common vision which is to ensure the citizens of Wewoka have continued access to health care – now and in the future. Dr. Crowson has been a member of our active medical staff for many years. We have always considered Wewoka as part of our community and service area, since they are located only eight miles away.”
Wewoka Medical Rural Health Clinic has been providing quality care for its patients for the past thirty years. Dr. Crowson states, “With this acquisition, we are confident that going forward we can further enhance the valuable health services we provide the communities in Seminole County, Hughes County, and surrounding areas.”
Dr. Crowson will remain with the practice under HGH and will continue to provide quality care for the Wewoka area. The current employees of the clinic will also continue in their positions at the clinic after the change of ownership occurs. It is the goal to support and enhance the services offered while maintaining the great culture that has been in existence for so many years.
About Holdenville General Hospital
Holdenville General Hospital is a 25 bed Critical Access Hospital focused on the delivery of quality health care through its hospital and clinic services. Their mission is to make a positive difference in people’s lives by improving the health of the community. HGH provides advanced diagnostic technology, which includes an 80-slice CT scanner, new MRI scanner, full-time ultrasound services, and a completely digital x-ray system; along with comprehensive laboratory services, highly skilled nursing professionals, and experienced Emergency Room providers. The hospital has utilized an electronic health record (EHR) system since 2008. The hospital has an active medical staff comprised of five physicians, two physician assistants, and two nurse practitioners, along with many specialist physicians who provide support through Specialty Clinic services. Holdenville General Hospital has been an Affiliate with St. Anthony Hospital since 2011. This affiliation does not involve management or ownership, but through collaboration, strengthens the services offered locally, and supports patient care through transfer or specialist referral when needed for higher acuity care.