Foundation News

Foundation Has Moved To A New Office

The Foundation has officially moved into our new office space at 601 NW 11th Street, immediately north of Bone and Joint Hospital.

“We are excited for a new office space with close proximity to the main MidTown campus,” said Sherry Rhodes, the Foundation’s vice president of development. “This will give the Foundation increased visibility, making it easy for our donors, employees and patients to find us.”

The Foundation phone number stayed the same- (405) 272-7070. Please note our new address below, and stop by to say hi next time your in the neighborhood! 


601 NW 11th Street
Oklahoma City, OK  73103

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Campus Construction Map

St. Anthony's Midtown campus is undergoing exciting changes with the building of the Saints Pavilion.  As a result you may experience a few inconveniences with traffic flow around our campus.  We appreciate your patience and understanding while we’re Building Saints to provide for additional new facilities to care for you.  During construction, our East/Walker Avenue entrance remains open.  Please see map for more information. For your convenience, complimentary valet parking is now located in front of the Saints Medical Plaza building.

St. Anthony Hospital News

Ceremony Marks Completion of New Pavilion  

St. Anthony Hospital and Turner Construction were joined by physicians, employees and community leaders Monday, June 30 for a topping out ceremony for the new Pavilion construction project on the St. Anthony campus.  In construction, a topping out ceremony - one of the industry's oldest customs - is celebrated when the last beam is placed at the top of a building. The hospital’s beam featured signatures from physicians, staff, volunteers, patients and community members along with an evergreen tree and a U.S. flag.

The Pavilion, located south of 10th Street between Dewey and Walker Avenue, will house a new emergency department, intensive care units, and inpatient care areas.  The 111,000 square foot, four-story facility project is slated to be complete in May 2016.  The expansion represents the crowning point of the $220 million campus development plan that began 11 years ago when the hospital decided to remain in its Midtown location.

If you would like to make a donation to support this much-needed project, please click here.