McBride Orthopedic Hospital Outpatient Surgery Center 

 

McBride Orthopedic Hospital continues to expand patient services by opening a new Outpatient Surgery Center located at 9801 North Oklahoma Ave in Oklahoma City. The new outpatient surgery facility opened on June 3, 2019 and is located north of the McBride Orthopedic Hospital-North OKC Outpatient Clinic campus at 9600 Broadway Extension.

 

The 35,500 sq. ft. outpatient surgery center is a state-of-the-art facility with 6 full-size orthopedic surgical suites, 24 Phase I Prep/Recovery Bays, 12 Phase II Post-Anesthesia Care Unit Beds, consultation rooms, clinical office space and an oversized waiting room area. 

 

McBride broke ground on the outpatient surgery center project in November 2017, during the opening of its 126,000 sq. ft. North OKC outpatient clinic building connected to its 68-bed inpatient hospital. McBride Orthopedic Hospital, which opened in 2005, offers 9 orthopedic surgical suites used for both inpatient and outpatient surgeries. Additional outpatient surgery space was needed to meet the needs of patients and accommodate exponential growth within the organization. 

 

McBride, a 100% physician-owned specialty hospital, has 24 orthopedic surgeons; 33 physicians overall. The additional surgical suites provide a beneficial alternative for patients in need of outpatient procedures focused on the knee, shoulder, foot, ankle, hip, spine and pain management. 

 

"We are incredibly excited to expand and strengthen the legacy of McBride in Oklahoma City and in the state," said Mark Galliart, CEO, McBride Orthopedic Hospital. "By increasing our services to meet the needs of our patients and offering those services on a consolidated campus, it allows us to streamline services and provide more convenient options for patients. The accessibility and convenience is appreciated and contributes to the overall satisfaction level of our patients." 

 

The McBride Orthopedic Hospital Outpatient Surgery Center was designed by REES Associates and Manhattan Construction served as the general contractor.