After more than 45 years of providing health care to residents of the Grand Lake area, the physicians, staff and board of directors of INTEGRIS Grove Hospital are proud to announce the grand opening of the newly constructed state-of-the-art medical facility.

Saturday, Jan. 16, a special grand opening event will unveil the new 140,000-square-feet hospital to the public and will include a dedication ceremony honoring the hospital’s rich history and celebrating its future.

Located at 1001 E. 18th Street, the new INTEGRIS Grove Hospital boasts a multitude of exciting improvements. Specifics include:

58 oversized, private patient rooms, including 42 medical/surgical rooms, six private intensive care rooms and 10 women’s health rooms – five of which are labor/delivery/recovery/postpartum rooms to accommodate mothers throughout the entire birthing process

The most current technology including digital radiology, digital mammography, MRI, multi-slice CT and 4D ultrasound

An enlarged emergency department featuring 12 total rooms: eight private rooms, two major treatment rooms and two observation rooms. A digital X-ray room was also incorporated.

Private patient-only elevators for privacy and convenience

Enhanced accommodations for visitors including spacious waiting rooms and outdoor dining areas

A new ambulance facility located directly across the street

The INTEGRIS Grove Hospital Foundation raised $5 million in generous donations from the Grand Lake community to help build the new facility.

Ed and Barbara Townsend, owners of Bank of Grove, were the first individuals to donate $1 million to the project.

The City of Grove was quick to follow with its pledge of $1 million.

The new hospital marks the culmination of years of planning and unparalleled support from the Grand Lake community.

INTEGRIS Grove invites the entire community to celebrate the Grand Opening of their new hospital on Saturday, Jan. 16 at 10 a.m.. Tours of the facility will begin immediately following the dedication ceremony and continue until noon.

For more information, please contact Kristi Wallace at 787-3855.