We’re building a freestanding emergency department plus in southeast Norman to meet the expanding healthcare needs of residents in east Norman.
First Look at Norman Regional Nine
Norman Regional Nine Plan
Planning for the freestanding emergency department plus called Norman Regional Nine in southeast Norman began in 2019. Design is underway and construction will begin soon. It will open its doors to patients in 2022.
Norman Regional Health System is committed to the expanding healthcare needs of residents in east Norman. To meet those needs, the health system will be constructing a full-service Emergency Department, including laboratory, diagnostic imaging services, lab services, physical therapy and primary and specialty care clinics. This free-standing emergency department plus (FSED+) facility will also be designed to allow for future growth in services. The facility will be conveniently located on the southwest corner of Highway 9 and 24th Avenue Southeast in Norman. This location is ten miles from the HealthPlex acute care inpatient campus and only about a 15 minute drive time between campuses. This FSED+ will be located on a 30-acre campus that is slated for mixed-use development such as wellness services, retail, restaurant, and entertainment. There will be a coffee shop inside the FSED+ as well!
Norman Regional Nine
As part of Norman Regional’s transformative Inspire Health plan, the new free-standing full-service emergency department plus will bring much-needed healthcare offerings to southeast Norman. The facility, Norman Regional Nine, will be home to emergency services, doctors’ offices, physical and outpatient therapy, diagnostic imaging, laboratory services and a Daily Grind Coffee shop. The interior of Norman Regional Nine, a two-story, 48,000 square foot building, will be designed to incorporate the natural colors and textures found in Oklahoma.
The facility will be located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Highway 9 and 24th Avenue Southeast and will be built on 30-acres that are slated for mixed-use development such as wellness services, retail, and restaurants.