Gail S. Coding Consultant Utica Park Clinic

Gail S.

Coding Consultant, Utica Park Clinic

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    Any job can provide you with a paycheck and benefits, but a job with Hillcrest HealthCare System will give you so much more.  Your expertise, skills and knowledge will play an active and important role in providing high quality healthcare to an extensive patient base. And in doing so, you will gain the satisfaction that comes with helping people improve their health and their lives. At Hillcrest, we are changing lives, and we’d like you to join us.

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  • Job Glossary

    Our healthcare network includes over 25 facilities across three states. With such a large footprint, we are always on the lookout for talented and compassionate individuals to help us provide an elite level of service. From clinical care to clerical positions, housekeeping and hospitality, we’re looking for great people top to bottom. Take a look at our glossary to find out where you could fit in.

  • who is Hillcrest HealthCare System?

    We are one of Oklahoma’s leading healthcare systems based in Tulsa. Our system includes two metropolitan hospitals, four rural hospitals, one of the largest physician groups in our region and a nationally recognized cardiology physician practice. We provide a wide array of services and specialties in modern facilities. We’re committed to changing lives by providing our community with high-quality and innovative healthcare in a compassionate and patient-centered environment.

  • compensation / benefits

    All of our benefits and programs are designed to enrich your life at work and at home. Join our team and find out why people love working for Hillcrest HealthCare System.
  • hiring process

    As a job candidate, you will go through several rounds of interviews to verify your candidacy and to determine whether your work style is a good fit for our culture. In addition to these parts of our hiring process, we may also perform background checks, drug screenings and we may ask to speak with previous employers.

    Finding the right people to join our team is crucial. It’s a process we take very seriously. If you are selected, you’ll appreciate the care we put in to building a great team.

  • career path

    Throughout the Ardent healthcare network, we put a great deal of energy and resources into hiring the right people. We want employees who have talent and passion. And we want them to stay, sharing their skills with our patients for years to come. Find out more.
  • accreditations and awards

    As an expansive network of healthcare facilities, we take great pride in a collective and individual commitment to quality. Our high standards for patient care direct every action. Very often, our quality care draws the attention of peer review, and we’re proud to be recognized time and time again as leaders in our field. Take a look at some of the recognition we've received.

  • Where is Hillcrest HealthCare System

    Hillcrest is based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and offers primary and tertiary care facilities throughout the northeastern corner of the state. Northeast Oklahoma, nicknamed “Green Country” because of the area’s natural rolling terrain covered in lush greenery, lakes and rivers, offers its citizens with a friendly and active way of life.

    Once known as the Oil Capital of the World, Tulsa continues to serve as a cultural hub complete with world-class museums, fine-dining options, performing arts and unique shopping districts.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Hillcrest nurses are changing lives for the better, together. Nurses, please join us to learn more about our open positions, our benefits, our collaborative work environment and why Hillcrest is a great place to call home. Hillcrest’s Nurse Recruitment Event Tuesday, October 13 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Hillcrest South Education Center 8803 S. 101st E. Ave., Tulsa To RSVP call please Jessica Beasley at 918.294.4866.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

This #BreastCancerAwareness Month, we celebrate those who have fought and are currently fighting breast cancer. They each have their own story and today’s we would like to share Loy Carroll’s story. #beatbreastcancer

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Sometimes solving problems before the shift begins is what it means to be #justanurse. “Nursing is so much more than just caring for the patient. We take care of everything - spiritual, emotional - not just their physical needs - just everything. My patient this morning was very upset, tearful. I just took a moment to talk to her - to talk through what she is going to expect. She kind of cheered up so that made my morning, because that was before 7 o’clock.” -Hanna Zimmerman, LPN

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Working full-time and going to school full-time - that’s what it means to be #justanurse for Michelle Dicus, LPN, Ortho. “It’s not a job. It’s what I do. What I learn during school, I’ll come back to work and I’ll have it in front of me. Before I knew how to do things, but to become an RN you learn why you do these things.”

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Alycia Conley, RN, 9 Tower (Oncology/Palliative Care) -Her reason for being #JustaNurse “Being a nurse at Hillcrest means getting to come to work every day with great people - co-workers, doctors and nurses who genuinely care like I do about these patients. I can’t imaging doing anything different. Our patients stay for such a long period of time. They become family. When their cancer is gone, you celebrate, but when they don’t make it, you hold their family’s hand. That is an indescribable feeling.”

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Daphne Moulton, RN, 10 Tower -For #JustaNurse, it is a team approach. “You see the patient’s progress. You see everything come together as a team - physicians, nurses, techs, housekeeping. Everything works together as a whole to come together to make one thing happen and that is patient care.”

Monday, September 21, 2015

September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Do you know the symptoms or if you are at risk? Learn more today on our blog.

Monday, September 21, 2015

Tia Jefferson, RN, Med/Surg -On becoming #JustaNurse “I believe it’s engrained in me. I’ve been a nurse aide since I was 18 years old. I’m 42 now. I was a CNA, a CMA. I was also an LPN. I believe in showing care and compassion just as I would my own family members - my mother, my grandmother - what I would expect myself to have. This has been a lifelong calling. It truly fulfills me.”

Monday, September 21, 2015

Brooke and Mickey were fortunate to become parents twice in two years. They met their adopted son, Evan, in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at the Peggy V. Helmerich Women’s Health Center at Hillcrest Medical Center. After bringing Evan home, Brooke soon learned she was pregnant. And, exactly one year to the day after Evan was born, the family welcomed Sawyer. The boys spent a combined 139 days in the same NICU. Thanks to the compassionate and knowledgeable team who surrounded them, today the boys are healthy, energetic and happy. With such similar beginnings, these two boys were destined to be brothers. For more Changing Lives stories, please visit or for the Peggy V Helmerich Women’s Health Center.

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Alice Young, RN -Her thoughts on being #justanurse “I take pride in knowing my patients are taken care of, but nursing is so much more than just taking care of patients and passing meds. There’s a bigger aspect of taking care of patients. You care for them. You sit and you listen to them. You have empathy for them. Then there’s the behind the scenes as far as all the changes with Medicare and insurance and all the regulations. You’re trying to keep up with that and still your main focus is taking care of your patient. It’s always changing. There’s always new technology and new medications. There’s always an opportunity to learn and grow.”