Hillcrest COVID-19 Call Center
Hillcrest HealthCare System has an established COVID-19 Call Center. Operators are available Monday - Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to answer patient questions, provide support and connect them to a provider. The Call Center line is 918-574-0920.

918-579-DOCS

January 2019

Instant Pot Thai Style Peanut Carrot Soup

Utica Park Clinic is partnering with Tulsa Health Department dietitians Megan and Melissa for Facebook Live Cooking Classes. Below is the recipe from Megan and Melissa's January 24th Facebook Live featuring Instant Pot Thai Style Peanut Carrot Soup.

To view this Facebook Live Cooking Class, click here: https://business.facebook.com/UticaPark/videos/540324343111281/

 

Instant Pot Thai Style Peanut Carrot Soup

Ingredients

·         3 Tbsp. Canola Oil

How You Can Ensure You Are Using Prescribed Opioids Properly

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), since 1999, deaths involving prescription opioids have increased by more than five times. The CDC also states that over 200,000 people have died from prescription opioids in that time frame. We spoke to Dr. Scott Fowler, family medicine provider at Utica Park Clinic in Bixby, regarding opioids and the ways you can ensure you are using them safely, questions you should be asking your provider about them and how you can manage your use of opioids.

How to Prevent Winter Ear Infections

Winter brings along a lot of fun cold-weather activities and cups of hot cocoa by the fire, but it can also bring an increased risk of illness. While it’s common that the flu goes around during the winter months, ear infections also seem to occur more often during this time of year. We spoke with Dr. Blake Anderson, an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) physician at Utica Park Clinic about winter ear infections and the steps you can take to help prevent them.

Signs and Symptoms of Cervical Cancer You Should Be Aware Of

January is recognized as Cervical Cancer Awareness Month across the United States. This helps to bring awareness of the importance surrounding women getting screened for cervical cancer. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in 2015, 12,845 new cases of cervical cancer were reported. For every 100,000 women, eight new cervical cancer cases were reported and  two died of cancer. Dr. Amy Hurlburt with Utica Park Clinic shares how important it is for women to get screened, the symptoms and signs of cervical cancer and the most common questions her patients ask her about it.