Important Information Related to the Coronavirus
If you think you may have been exposed to the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, please alert Norman Regional before coming to our facilities. We ask that people who suspect they may have this disease call the State Health Department Coronavirus Hotline first at 877-215-8336. Patients identified by the State Health Department as needing testing or treatment for COVID-19 will be directed to a testing location. You can also contact our NRHS COVID-19 Hotline number at 405-515-4328.
Bring a Mask
For your safety and ours, please bring a facemask or face covering with you when you enter a Norman Regional (NRHS) location. Masks, scarves, bandanas or other facial coverings are all good options to wear to our facilities.
We know the Coronavirus pandemic has affected our patients’ income and left many in our community without insurance coverage. If you are concerned about insurance coverage or out-of-pocket expenses related to your scheduled visit, please contact our Patient Access Advisor team by email at email@example.com or by phone at 405-307-2730. We want to assist you in understanding your options. Please note this phone number and email is staffed by people who are knowledgeable in financial matters, but they cannot provide medical advice. Norman Regional understands that financial and medical hardships often lead to emotional and mental stress.
If you are having a medical emergency or thinking about harming yourself or others, please call 911 immediately.
Mental Wellbeing Resources
- Norman Regional Behavioral Health Referral Phone Line: 405-307-5555 (This number is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.)
- Assistance for Oklahomans: Dial 211
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
- Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741 anywhere in the United States
- National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233 or text LOVEIS to 866.331.9474
Please visit this Norman Regional web page for more information about our response to coronavirus.
Important Information for Visitors
Please pardon our construction at the Norman Regional HealthPlex. Our entrances and parking lots have changed. Click here to learn more.
Norman Regional Health System is limiting visitors within its facilities. Beginning Monday, Aug. 2, one visitor per patient is allowed at a time.
- Visitors can come and go between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. If a visitor wishes to stay past 7 p.m., they are able to do so, but they will not be allowed to reenter until 7 a.m. if they leave the building.
- Visitors are required to wear a mask the entire time they’re within Norman Regional facilities, per current CDC guidelines.
- Visitors will have their temperature taken and be asked screening questions upon entry into the facility.
- Visitors are not allowed in the room of COVID-positive patients (some exceptions will be made).
- Inpatient Rehabilitation and Behavioral Medicine are not allowing any visitors at this time.
- Women’s and Children’s has slightly varied visitor guidelines during the same hours of 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- o Labor & Delivery patients can have one designated visitor throughout their labor.
- o OBED patients can have one designated visitor throughout their visit.
- o Mother Baby patients can have one visitor at a time.
- o NICU patients can have mom and dad or mom and support person only. No other visitors allowed.
Thank you for following these guidelines and for helping us keep our patients, our healers, and our visitors safe.
We’ve gathered everything you need to prepare for your visit. Minimize your wait time by pre-registering; find out about parking, dining and room amenities in our patient guides; and avoid billing stress by requesting an estimate or verifying your insurance.
Learn more about your care, accommodations, dining, visitors and more by downloading one of our patient guides.
- General Guide - Norman Regional Hospital, 901 N. Porter Ave
- General Guide - Norman Regional HealthPlex, 3300 HealthPlex Parkway
- Brochure - Norman Regional Moore, 700 S. Telephone Rd.
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Accessibility and Special Accommodations
- Fully accessible offices, meeting rooms, bathrooms, public waiting areas, cafeteria, patient treatment areas.
- Full range of assistive and communication aides for persons who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind or with other sensory disabilities at no charge.
- Qualified interpreters for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing or with limited English proficiency at no charge.
If you need special accommodations as a patient, please contact the Case Management department at 405-307-4337.