We've gathered 25 high-need, high-impact projects spanning across INTEGRIS. All they need is your support to become a reality.
AEDs for IMG Clinics
Heart attacks can happen at any time – with more than 400,000 sudden cardiac arrests occurring outside of hospitals in the U.S. every year. This year’s Project: YOU&I seeks to fund AEDs in all our IMG clinics across the state. By adding this technology to our clinics, we have the opportunity to save lives in a moment’s notice.
Patient Assistance FundAddiction is the #1 cause of death for young and middle-aged adults in our state. Beginning Spring 2019, this fund will provide financial assistance for those seeking addiction recovery at Arcadia Trails after their resources are exhausted
Patient AssistanceThis fund will allow the community care team to assist underserved South OKC patients by providing access to transportation, medication, basic living necessities and equipment to help these patients build a healthier lifestyle.
Infant Warmers This project will fund a new Panda Radiant Warmer for our Special Care Nursery which provides a safe bed for sick and pre-term infants. The current radiant warmer is out of date and repair parts are no longer available.
Ultrasound ImagingAn increasing number of patients are seeking cardiac care at Southwest Medical Center. To keep pace, this project will fund an ultrasound and imaging unit to replace one that is no longer serviceable. Securing a new machine will provide the best possible outcomes for our cardiac patients.
Healthy Coping SkillsTwo projects at the Spencer Mental Health campus including: 1) Adding drinking fountains to outdoor recreation areas 2) Introduction of a token store and book cart to foster positive behaviors and healthy coping skills among pediatric patients.
Simulation MannequinBy providing realistic clinical simulations to the interdisciplinary clinical provider team, this project will fund a high-fidelity adult manikin to teach early recognition and proper response to clinical emergencies.
Free Therapy ClinicAs a part of the existing free medical clinic at Olivet Baptist Church, this project will expand the therapies provided by Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation including physical, occupational and speech.
Education RoomsThis project will outfit the YOU&I-funded transplant patient education rooms in Building C with technology and furnishings needed to create a comfortable place for patients to learn about their treatment plan.
Brain Monitoring SystemBy providing insight into direct and patient-specific effects of anesthesia on the brain, the BIS™ brain monitoring system will help clinicians administer the precise amount of medication to meet the sedation needs of each individual patient, leading to greater patient comfort.
AEDs & Safety EquipmentWith a goal to create a safer environment, this project will fund an AED for each child care site and in-depth training for staff members on health, wellness and safety. In addition, updating worn equipment to help maintain safe environments.
Embryologist StationThis innovative equipment will allow embryologists to serve patients more efficiently, minimize the wait for a workstation and increase services to patients without increasing staffing. Currently, the ICSI set-up is minimally serviceable, and new technology would augment fertility care.
Caregiver SupportMany patients using hospice services have no extended family support. This project will fund additional caregivers to spend time to offer emotional support, assistance and other tasks supporting hospice staff and volunteers. This support will touch the first steps of hospice admission into the final hours of life.
Progressive CareThis project will continue the renovation efforts of Progressive Care patient rooms to create a modernized, healing environment improving patient experiences.
A Response to ViolenceThis project funds a seminar series of responding to cultural violence in our community. The series will be offered to both local clergy and clinical staff. Funding covers speakers, materials and programs.
Training & Technology This project funds two goals: 1) To expand professional development opportunities for teachers, and 2) Add technology experiences for kids through use of in-classroom education tools like smart boards.
IBMC Women's ChannelThis project will add a Newborn Channel at Baptist Medical Center, upgrading the current system providing important educational videos to families of newborns. The content will be available via in-room TVs and by streaming to personal devices.
Medication AssistanceThis project will provide financial assistance to newly diagnosed cancer patients for vital medications in metro cancer areas. To help alleviate discomfort in patients, these medications work to help them feel better over the course of their cancer treatment.
Patient ExperienceThis project's focus is to improve the patient experience by strengthening communication: 1) A nurse call system in the Medical Surgery unit 2) New radio pagers for the Emergency Department 3) Updating all patient room whiteboards.
"People-in-Need" FundThis project will assist local patients and employees with costs for medication, health care needs, emergent situations, tragedies, financial crises or other unforeseen circumstances.
Wellness Wise GuysThis project will increase the INTEGRIS Oklahoma City Community Clinic hours to one additional evening each month serving at-risk men and promoting access to health and wellness education.
Ankle & Foot OrthoticsSince Medicaid will no longer pay for AFO braces, many adult patients with foot drop from various dystrophies and neuropathies will not have financial means to purchase their own. This fund will provide AFOs to these patients - improving quality of life.
Interactive TechnologyBy creating a more inviting atmosphere to ease children’s fears and encourage our pediatric patients to get active, this project will fund an interactive wall and floor modules within the pediatrics unit.
Communication DevicesAfter a stroke, some patients experience aphasia and are unable to talk. This project will provide iPads loaded with a communication app, giving aid to patients who cannot verbally communicate with their families and clinical staff.
Rocking ChairsThis project will replace the rocking chairs throughout the Yukon Women's Center. Many of the existing rockers have been decommissioned because of chipping wood and other safety concerns.