Moore Medical Center Emergency Services, a freestanding emergency room, located at the former Moore Medical Center site is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The building is a modular or temporary one, but it looks and functions exactly as any other emergency department.
Services at the building include:
In additional to emergency services, the building also has outpatient laboratory and imaging available. This offers community members a quick, convenient and close place to get lab work such as blood draws done or diagnostic testing such as an x-ray performed. Former Moore Medical Center employees including physicians, nurses, and technicians are staffing the building.
Moore Medical Center Emergency Services is located at 700 S. Telephone Road in Moore, Oklahoma. Call them at (405) 793-9355.
This freestanding ER will serve the emergency needs of the area, until a permanent facility can be built. Norman Regional plans to break ground on a permanent structure in Spring of 2014 and open its new building to patients in Fall of 2016. Moore Medical Center, a 45-bed hospital located in Moore, Okla., was destroyed when an EF-5 tornado tore through the town on May 20, 2013. No one inside the hospital was injured that day. Norman Regional Health System is the owner and operator of Moore Medical Center.