OU Physicians expands at new Edmond clinic
To provide additional health care services to Edmond residents, OU Physicians is expanding and consolidating its services at a new clinic location in Edmond. The new OU Physicians Edmond will open its doors Dec. 3 in the Fountain Lake business complex at 14101 N. Eastern, one block north of Memorial Drive.
The new OU Physicians Edmond Clinic will offer urology and primary care services initially, but will ultimately add cardiology and other health services.
Dr. Ashley Bowen, a urologist, and Dr. Barry Mitchell, a family medicine physician, will be the first to move into the new Fountain Lake location on Dec. 3. Additional OU Physicians primary care services, now located at Kelley Pointe in Edmond, and cardiology will move to the new clinic near the first of the year.
Patients interested in scheduling an appointment with Dr. Mitchell may call 340-1621. For an appointment with Dr. Bowen, cal 340-1279.
Balancing life stress during the holiday season
Learn how to cope with major stressors and start enjoying the non-stressful details of your life during the holiday season. To make the most of all occasions in your life, join Integris Family Care Memorial West family medicine physician Charlotte Coyner, M.D., to learn de-stressing techniques to manage and cope with what stresses you. Come enjoy the presentation and free chair massages and hot cocoa from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 11, at the Integris Cancer Institute of Oklahoma, 5911 W. Memorial Rd. Join us for a tour of the Integris Cancer Institute of Oklahoma and the ProCure Proton Therapy Center.
For more information or reservations, call the Integris HealthLine at 951-2277.
Pancreatic cancer awareness walk set for Saturday
To increase awareness of pancreatic cancer in Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Pancreatic Cancer Support Groups will sponsor the Eighth Annual Garden Walk for Pancreatic Cancer Hope & Awareness, Saturday, Dec. 1.
The walk will take place through the gardens of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. This year’s program will include a Purple Pancake Breakfast that will kick off the event at 9 a.m. Purple is the designated color that represents pancreatic cancer awareness. Presentations will begin at 10 a.m. at the David L. Boren Student Union, 1106 N. Stonewall Ave. There is no charge to the public to attend the Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Garden Walk and anyone is welcome to participate.
For more information, contact April Sandefer at april-sandefer@
OU Physicians expands at new Edmond clinic
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Helping those who are overlooked
With a projected cost of $4.2 million for a new Men’s Center at the City Rescue Mission, Edmond Memorial High School students are hoping they can raise enough money to complete the project.
The student-led Swine Week goal is $375,000 for Memorial’s annual fundraiser, which ends March 14.
Each year for the past 28 years, Memorial students have taken to the streets, completed dares, held assemblies, silent auctions, custom car shows and contacted businesses and residents in order to raise mounder way.
“Whenever the City Rescue Mission presented to the Student Council we saw how they help families and we realized that if we ever have to find a place to stay there is one,” Ball said. “If we meet our goal we realize that we will impact the honey for Swine Week.
Eye doctor appeals city-imposed reverse office parking
The City of Edmond may need to step up its method of educating motorists who should be parking in a reverse angle in front of Dr. Brad Fielding's optometry office at 13 N. University Drive, said Nick Massey, city councilman. Massey has talked to a few people who are unhappy about the Bicycle Master Plan’s reverse angle parking the city implemented at Fielding’s office, he said. He thought the reverse parking plan was a dumb idea when he first learned about it.
Ex-fire official loses legal battle
An ex-fire official has lost his effort to get his job back after being fired due to allegations of gun play reported by a city employee.
Experts urge residents to change smoke alarm batteries
Changing batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide alarms may rate pretty low on the exciting things to do scale, but it’s a simple act that can save lives.
Tank removal clears way for auxiliary project
Removal of a 10,000-gallon fuel storage tank takes the city one step closer toward construction of a new Edmond Police Department secondary work site.
Mid-day Friday, Oklahoma Environmental Services removed an underground tank from city-owned property located just west of the railroad tracks off 33rd Street. When the site is fully prepared, work will begin on a 15,000-square-foot structure that will house Edmond Police Department evidence and lab work and related functions.
Crime victims must re-register for notifications from Pardon and Parole Board
Attorney General Scott Pruitt Friday issued a consumer alert for crime victims to re-register for notices after data in a Pardon and Parole Board notification system was corrupted.
Downtown Library to close for new carpeting
The Downtown Library, 300 Park Ave., will be closed to the public from March 31 through April 27 for new carpet installation.
Warren graduates from basic infantry training
Army National Guard Pvt. Alec L. Warren has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier received training in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid and Army history, core values and traditions
Register for Youth Forestry Camp
Oklahoma Forestry Services is offering teens the opportunity to learn more about the forest while exploring Oklahoma’s natural resources in beautiful Beavers Bend State Park at its 58th Annual Youth Forestry Camp
Nonprofit, tribal, community and faith-focused grant writing seminar
The Citizen Potawatomi Tribe is presenting a seminar on grant writing geared toward nonprofit agencies, tribes, municipalities, schools, libraries and faith-based organizations.
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