Location Profile

Edmond, Oklahoma

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Facility Location
Edmond, Oklahoma
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Trauma Center
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Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Edmond, Oklahoma, and is a leader in the healthcare industry. With years of care in various fields, the facility helps enhance care for rural communities. Services offered by the provider include skilled nursing, practice management, and therapy.

The Oklahoma Nursing Association (ONA) is a professional association for nurses in Oklahoma. Working together to address issues of safety, care practices, and guidelines, they are a strong advocate for nurses in the state. Membership in ONA offers networking and continued career development, which makes them a valuable partner for every nurse.

Community Overview

Edmond is a suburb of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and is located just 13 miles from the state capital. Niche.com has recognized Edmond as the best place to live and raise a family in Oklahoma, and the best suburb of the state. Living in Edmond means being minutes from the big city action, but living in a thriving suburb that offers fantastic schools and great cultural opportunities.

Edmond is considered the best suburb, the best place to raise a family, and the best place to live overall in Oklahoma by Niche.com. Close to everything, it's thrived in recent years. Several trails make large parts of the city walkable, while fare-free public transportation offers quick access to anywhere else. Hop on the Citylink, and you can travel through the city and to downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The city is known for its lively roster of events such as the annual Downtown Edmond Arts Festival and the 4th of July LibertyFest celebration. Each month from April to October, the area of Herd Street closes down for a family-friendly street festival with live music, food, and shopping from local vendors.

To learn more about Edmond, visit the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

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The fastest-growing district in Oklahoma, Edmond Public Schools (EPS) runs the public schools in the area and contains 1 early learning center, 17 elementary schools, 6 middle schools, 3 high schools, and 1 alternative school.  Students attending the district's schools are well-prepared for careers and college thanks to EPS' rigorous academic programs that begin in Pre-K. Core subjects such as STEM, reading, and social studies are taught by capable dedicated teachers. Each grade level builds upon the curriculum, emphasizing critical thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration, ensuring students have a well-rounded education. The district is well-known for its excellence and has 11 National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence. All of EPS' high schools have been ranked in the top 10 high schools in all of Oklahoma by U.S. News and World Report's Best U.S. High Schools. The same list ranks all of the district's high among the top 800 in all of the United States. There are also 9 private schools located in Edmond.

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Several trails make large parts of the city walkable, while fare-free public transportation offers quick access to anywhere else. Hop on the Citylink, and you can travel through the city and to downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

Edmond is the best of both worlds for a shopper with a mix of retail stores, local shops, artisans, and boutiques. Several shopping districts and plazas make it easy to find what you need, whether it's clothing, gifts, furniture, or decor. Broadway is where you'll find an array of specialty goods, clothing, and jewelry, plus hobby interests like bikes and sporting equipment. For name-brand apparel and other merchandise, visit the Spring Creek Plaza to shop at LOFT and New Balance. Big-box stores such as Target, Kohl's, and Target are in Edmond. Quail Springs Mall, a sprawling enclosed shopping mall with over 100 shops including Dillard's, JCPenney, and H&M is less than 20 minutes away in nearby Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The visual and performing arts of Edmund offer something for every interest and age. With arts, live music, and museums galore, Edmond is an enthralling entertaining city. You can see the love of arts in Edmond present in over 200 pieces of public art installed throughout the area. Murals, sculptures appear throughout the city, adding color and life to various blocks, the downtown core, and parks. A core part of the arts scene, Edmund Fine Arts Institute offers a variety of classes and also presents gallery shows. Just 13 minutes away in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, a gleaming modern facility with thousands of pieces of art from the 19th and 20th century with glass, sculpture, photographs, and modern art.

Designed for fun without skimping on educational content, the museums of the area won't fail to capture anyone's imagination or interest. The Edmond Historical Society & Museum shares local history including area agricultural heritage, Native American artifacts, and various themed rotating exhibits. Love trains? Hop on for a real train ride, see historic engines, and learn all about the local railway history at the Oklahoma Railway Museum. Throughout the year, the museum offers themed events and special holiday rides, like the Halloween Train and Polar Express Ride. The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum will give you a taste of the Old West with its rich collection of Western art, artifacts, and rodeo memorabilia. Considered one of the best museums in the country, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum features over 200,000 square feet of exhibit space about the cowboy lifestyle. Another stellar museum is the Science Museum Oklahoma City, which has nearly 400,000 square feet of hands-on exhibits for science, art, and history. Exhibits let you see the stars at the on-site planetarium, play with light, learn about bugs, create art, and get up and close personal with the ocean creatures, plus do hundreds of other learning activities. Other area museums include the American Pigeon Museum, the American Banjo Museum, and the Oklahoma Firefighters Museum. Sports lovers, don't forget to visit the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame to see the rich history of Oklahoma athletes in football, baseball, and tennis.

The performing arts are rich in Edmond. Upstage Theatre regularly presents family-friendly musicals with Disney titles and movie adaptations for all ages. For music lovers, the Armstrong Auditorium is just the ticket, as it offers annual seasons of exciting events with classical concerts, jazz ensembles, operas, and ballets. Part of the University of Central Oklahoma School of Music, The UCO Jazz Club is a venue styled after famous jazz clubs in New Orleans, and each week presents a live show with optional dining. Also part of the University of Central Oklahoma is the Mitchell Hall Theatre, home to a Broadway-themed series and several student performances.

Fun year-round, Edmond is an ideal place to play. Kidz Funtown is perfect for ages 1 to 12 and has a large playground with slides, 3 playhouses, 2 zip lines, a foam pit, a toddler area, and other fun activity zones. Another indoor playground in Edmond is Kid's Galaxy, which features an arcade, a building area, and a jungle gym. For movies and bowling fun, Showbiz Showbiz Cinemas is the place. Thrilling fun awaits kids and adults alike at the Sky Zone Trampoline Park, where you can flip, dunk, play dodgeball, and literally bounce off the walls while indoors.

A variety of green space, parks, and recreational facilities are in Edmond. Arcadia Lake is home to a great park for swimming, hiking, boating, disc golf, and plenty of fishing. It's also part of the 3.1-mile Spring Creek Trail and is a great place for a walk with some scenic views. Hafer Park features a mix of prairie, pond, and forest to explore, plus includes a playground. A playground, dog park, and fishing pond can also be found at Bickham-Rudkin Park. If you love tennis, Edmond is certainly the city for you, as it's the home of a large tennis complex with 24 outdoor courts, 6 indoor courts, and various tournament events to enjoy.

Sports fans are never bored when in Edmond and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Arctic Edge Ice Arena is an enclosed year-round skating rink with lessons, public skate days, and hockey.  Golf fans can tee off at the Golf Club of Edmond, a beautiful golf course with public access including daily rates. If you want to enjoy professional sports, attend an Oklahoma City Thunder game and cheer on the city's professional NBA basketball team.

Just outside Edmond is Frontier City, a Wild West-themed amusement park with over 30 rides. Frontier City boasts 5 roller coasters and over 14 family rides. A waterpark, Hurricane Harbor, is also minutes from the city and delivers hot weather fun.

Edmond and the rest of Oklahoma are growing in diversity, including Filipino populations. Chibugan Filipino Cuisine is a local restaurant with Filipino favorites like lumpia and dinuguan.

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Crime Rate

Edmond is safe for families and has a crime rate that's nearly 30% lower than the national average. Safer than 55% of the cities in the United States, Edmond is protected by 70 sworn officers who patrol the city, engage in crime prevention programs, and assist residents and visitors.

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