Discover the difference of responsive local care backed by state-wide resources
AllianceHealth Durant and Madill: Meeting healthcare needs now and in the future. In a rapidly evolving environment, it’s more vital than ever to have local healthcare that is responsive not only to community needs but also to changing conditions. That’s why the 148-bed Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma became AllianceHealth Durant in 2015, when it joined the statewide 10-hospital AllianceHealth System.
This strategic move brought a wealth of benefits to the Durant community, enabling the hospital to combine the utmost local responsiveness with the financial and system resources to assure continued quality and expanded healthcare services. Today, AllianceHealth Durant and Madill is positioned and resourced to provide patients with expanded care access, particularly specialty care access such as reduced wait times in the Emergency Department; more innovative care through shared clinical expertise; the latest in technology; and, in a time of increased financial pressure on all healthcare providers, the strength of extensive system resources.
The healthcare hub for a five-county region, AllianceHealth Durant and Madill provides a complete range of medical and surgical services in 33 different care areas, including a Level III Trauma Center and 20,000 square-foot Women’s Services Center.
Proximity to more choices. Less than 2 hours away in Dallas, other healthcare choices are also available, including the services of leading facilities such as University of Texas Southwest, Parkland Health and Hospital, and Baylor University Medical Center-Dallas, where specialized services include alternative and integrative medicine, bone marrow transplants, genetic counseling, a memory center, and scoliosis care.