About Us

About Us

Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy provides a comprehensive physical therapy program that promotes healing and a rapid return to everyday activities. Whether the patient’s goal is to get back on the field, back on the bike or back on the job, the team at Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy blends the art of compassion with the science of sports medicine. Our Det Norske Veritas (DNV) accreditation powerfully demonstrates our commitment to meet the highest national standards for quality and safety.

For the recovery from operative and non-operative hand injuries, the Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy Hand Therapy Center provides a skilled team of certified therapists, utilizing the latest work simulation equipment and custom splinting. We’re Oklahoma City’s premier hand therapy center striving to help our patients experience the best outcomes possible.

Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy specializes in treating every patient as an individual and providing customized treatment plans designed to get them back to work or play with less pain and increased function.

For patients that require specialized treatment, Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy offers a 12,000
gallon aquatic therapy pool. Our heated therapy pool provides optimal therapy benefit and is staffed by specially trained therapists, certified by the Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute.

We’re a physician-owned therapy system, affiliated with Community Hospital, a full-service hospital specializing in orthopedic and spine care. Visit the Community Hospital website for more information CommunityHospitalOKC.com

Sports Medicine

From weekend warrior to professional athlete, Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy provides customized treatment programs that get you back in the action.

 

We use the latest treatment techniques combined with a comfortable and caring atmosphere to maximize the healing experience.

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About Us

About Us

Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy provides a comprehensive physical therapy program that promotes healing and a rapid return to everyday activities. Whether the patient’s goal is to get back on the field, back on the bike or back on the job, the team at Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy blends the art of compassion with the science of sports medicine. Our Det Norske Veritas (DNV) accreditation powerfully demonstrates our commitment to meet the highest national standards for quality and safety.

For the recovery from operative and non-operative hand injuries, the Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy Hand Therapy Center provides a skilled team of certified therapists, utilizing the latest work simulation equipment and custom splinting. We’re Oklahoma City’s premier hand therapy center striving to help our patients experience the best outcomes possible.

Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy specializes in treating every patient as an individual and providing customized treatment plans designed to get them back to work or play with less pain and increased function.

For patients that require specialized treatment, Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy offers a 12,000
gallon aquatic therapy pool. Our heated therapy pool provides optimal therapy benefit and is staffed by specially trained therapists, certified by the Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute.

We’re a physician-owned therapy system, affiliated with Community Hospital, a full-service hospital specializing in orthopedic and spine care. Visit the Community Hospital website for more information CommunityHospitalOKC.com

Sports Medicine

From weekend warrior to professional athlete, Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy provides customized treatment programs that get you back in the action.

 

We use the latest treatment techniques combined with a comfortable and caring atmosphere to maximize the healing experience.

HPI-Community-Hosp-Outpatient-Therapy-RGB

About Us

About Us

Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy provides a comprehensive physical therapy program that promotes healing and a rapid return to everyday activities. Whether the patient’s goal is to get back on the field, back on the bike or back on the job, the team at Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy blends the art of compassion with the science of sports medicine. Our Det Norske Veritas (DNV) accreditation powerfully demonstrates our commitment to meet the highest national standards for quality and safety.

For the recovery from operative and non-operative hand injuries, the Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy Hand Therapy Center provides a skilled team of certified therapists, utilizing the latest work simulation equipment and custom splinting. We’re Oklahoma City’s premier hand therapy center striving to help our patients experience the best outcomes possible.

Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy specializes in treating every patient as an individual and providing customized treatment plans designed to get them back to work or play with less pain and increased function.

For patients that require specialized treatment, Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy offers a 12,000
gallon aquatic therapy pool. Our heated therapy pool provides optimal therapy benefit and is staffed by specially trained therapists, certified by the Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute.

We’re a physician-owned therapy system, affiliated with Community Hospital, a full-service hospital specializing in orthopedic and spine care. Visit the Community Hospital website for more information CommunityHospitalOKC.com

Sports Medicine

From weekend warrior to professional athlete, Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy provides customized treatment programs that get you back in the action.

 

We use the latest treatment techniques combined with a comfortable and caring atmosphere to maximize the healing experience.

CORONAVIRUS ALERT INFORMATION

At HPI Community Hospital, we are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation on a daily basis. We are closely following information and guidance provided by the Oklahoma State Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. We are prepared should a case of COVID-19 present at one of our facilities; however, we ask for the public’s help to prevent the spread.


We ask individuals experiencing flu-like symptoms to call your health care provider before physically heading to the hospital, clinics or the emergency room. If an individual is seriously ill and requires urgent attention because of significant respiratory symptoms (severe shortness of breath, etc.) or other critical symptoms, then we are happy to provide care at any of our facilities.



NEW VISITATION POLICY

What is the new visitation policy?
• No visitors will be allowed for adult patients.
• One adult visitor will be permitted for pediatrics. This applies to ER, Surgery, Imaging, & Inpatients. This visitor will need to be the same visitor for the entire length of the hospitalization or visit. (All visitors entering the facility will undergo a screen which will include the presence of fever or respiratory illness symptoms (i.e. cough, shortness of breath) within the previous 24 hours. If signs of illness are present, the visitor will not be allowed to enter the facility.)
• People accompanying patients to outpatient procedures/appointments will be asked to wait in their car during the appointment.
• People accompanying patients to the Emergency Room will be asked to wait in their car.
• Visitors under the age of 18 or visitors who are exhibiting signs of illness will not be allowed to enter the facility.
• No visitors will be allowed in isolation rooms.
• Waiting room and common areas, including the cafeteria/deli, have been closed temporarily as we need to limit visitors to our facilities.
• HPI hospital facilities, imaging centers and PT clinics are asking individuals who may be sick themselves, including those experiencing symptoms such as fever, cough or sore throat, to not visit the hospital unless they are seeking emergency medical treatment.


Why is Community Hospital updating the visitation policy?
• The new restrictions on patient visitation at its hospitals are in place to protect patients, their families, and all Community Hospital caregivers.
• These temporary restrictions are being enforced out of an abundance of caution, and to mitigate the potential transmission of the COVID-19 illness or influenza.
• Community Hospital is following guidelines and best practices issued by the Centers for Disease Control.
• This is a temporary inconvenience, but we have implemented this policy in the best interests of our patients, caregivers, and the community.



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