Who we work with
We proudly serve our nation’s service men and women at all seven VA Centers in Oklahoma.
We provide services to special needs children and intellectually disabled facilities.
Our clients are very important to us, and we pride ourselves on building and maintaining strong relationships with each one of them.
CARE PROVIDERS OF OKLAHOMA
Care Providers Oklahoma’s mission is to assist its members in providing the highest quality care to the seniors, individuals with disabilities, and vulnerable Oklahomans who live in our facilities. We regularly work with key law-makers on issues related to funding, regulation, and other important areas of concern. Our members receive action alerts, real-time legislative updates, and other information that keep us ahead of the curve and best-positioned for success. Click their logo to learn more about Care Providers Oklahoma.
LEADING AGE OKLAHOMA
Leading Age Oklahoma is the state association of not-for-profit organizations dedicated to establishing the highest standards of excellence for services to the aging in Oklahoma. Our purpose is to be supportive of each member organization’s quest for excellence.
OKLAHOMA ASSISTED LIVING ASSOCIATION
The Oklahoma Assisted Living Association or OKALA, is dedicated to the preservation of dignity and choice for older Oklahomans and to the quality of their care in the senior living setting. Assisted living communities offer supportive amenities, service and care in a residential setting with the comforts of home. Assisted Living communities have a staff available 24/7 to assist with care, safety and support. More about OKALA may be obtained by clicking their logo.
OKLAHOMA SOCIETY OF RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGISTS, INC
The OSRT is the organization in Oklahoma that represents the Radiologic Technology professionals by providing state of the art education, communication, and representation while creating public awareness regarding our integrity, professionalism, and humanitarianism. We assist in establishing and maintaining high standards of education and training to elevate the quality of patient care and to improve the welfare and socio-economics of Radiologic Technologists.
The American College of Radiology and the Radiological Society of North America formed the Joint Task Force on Adult Radiation Protection to address concerns about the surge of public exposure to ionizing radiation from medical imaging. The Joint Task Force collaborated with the American Association of Physicists in Medicine and the American Society of Radiologic Technologists to create the Image Wisely campaign with the objective of lowering the amount of radiation used in medically necessary imaging studies and eliminating unnecessary procedures.
Green Country Healthcare Assoc.
Founded in 1965, Green Country Health Care Association is a non-profit organization representing long term care providers of members with approximately 4,000 licensed beds. GCHA is a community-based organization that provides education and information through advocacy. Through strong networking GCHA is dedicated to professionalism and ethical behavior among all who provide long term care. The purpose of the organization is to promote cooperation, coordination and understanding between its members, health care professionals, institutions, associations, groups, individuals and public agencies.GCHA believes that the individuals served are entitled to a supportive environment in which professional and compassionate care is delivered. GCHA works to educate the public and its members on public policies and regulatory principles for quality long term care and quality of life. GCHA represents licensed nursing homes, assisted living facilities, hospice groups, long-term care and other allied healthcare organizations.