Military Medical Teams to Work with Oklahoma Hospitals, OSDH Says

Beverly Cantrell - January 28, 2022 9:25 pm

Three military medical teams have been approved to help two metro health care systems, the Oklahoma State Department of Health said Friday.

One of the units is a medium-sized Army medical team. It will work with OU Medical Center, OSDH spokeswoman Erica Rankin-Riley said. Two smaller, Air Force teams will work with Integris.

The teams are expected to be in the state by early February. Other details haven’t been confirmed.

 

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