EIN 73-0700090

Saint Francis Hospital

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Saint Francis is a Catholic health system wholly owned and operated in Tulsa, Oklahoma. To extend the presence and healing ministry of Christ to all who seek its services.
Related structure
Saint Francis Hospital is child organization, under the parent exemption from United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB).

Program areas at Saint Francis Hospital

Statement of accomplishments Saint Francis Hospital, Inc. is a member of Saint Francis Health System, Inc. Saint Francis Health System, Inc. is a Catholic, not for profit health system whose mission is to extend the presence and healing ministry of Christ in all we do. Saint Francis Health System, Inc. is anchored by Saint Francis Hospital, Inc., a 1,088-bed tertiary center, which includes the region's only children's hospital and Level IV neonatal intensive care unit, a 168-bed heart hospital and Tulsa's leading trauma and emergency center. Additionally, Saint Francis Health System, Inc. employs more than 573 providers with 421 of those serving through Warren Clinic, Inc., which serves the region with over 99 locations throughout eastern Oklahoma. In total, Saint Francis Health System, Inc. has more than 10,000 employees, 1,084 physicians on medical staff and approximately 725 volunteers, making it the largest private employer in Tulsa County, with hospitals, physician clinics, mental health facilities, trauma emergency centers, pharmacy services, rehabilitation facilities, a fitness center, a neonatal intensive care unit, and home health services. As a member of Saint Francis Health System, Inc. and a not for profit organization, each year Saint Francis Hospital, Inc. provides millions of dollars of charity care to patients throughout the State of Oklahoma, Southern Kansas, Southwestern Missouri and Western Arkansas. While this care represents a large percentage of Saint Francis Hospital, Inc.'s gift back to the community, it is still only part of what Saint Francis Hospital, Inc. considers as healing ministry of Christ. Saint Francis Health System, Inc.'s mission of extending the presence and healing ministry of Christ is epitomized in Saint Francis Hospital, Inc.'s giving back to its community. It takes the form of hundreds of programs and acts of charity provided daily across the State of Oklahoma - free health screenings, support groups, medical services, educational programs, health fairs and more. Saint Francis Hospital, Inc. provides significant amounts of uncompensated services. Uncompensated services are the costs of providing free and reduced cost care, which includes charity care and unpaid costs of Medicaid programs. As a not for profit hospital, Saint Francis Hospital, Inc. provides services to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay or their insurance coverage. Thus, it provides a much needed safety net for members of the Saint Francis Hospital, Inc. community who would otherwise have no access to medical care. Saint Francis Hospital, Inc., in the fall of 2004, set into place provisions that increase the hospital's ability to offer charity care to those less fortunate and provide those lacking healthcare coverage with free care to lessen the burden and anxiety often caused by healthcare expenses. The Financial Assistance Policy provides access to charity care for those individuals whose gross annual income is equal to or less than 225 percent of the federal poverty level. Further, patients lacking healthcare insurance, regardless of their personal income level, receive a discount from billed charges. Both initiatives exemplify the Saint Francis Health System, Inc.'s mission to extend the presence and healing ministry of Christ, with a particular emphasis on those most in need of health services in Northeastern Oklahoma. All, to improve the health of the people and communities served in a spirit of compassion and charity. Saint Francis History On October 1, 1960, Saint Francis Hospital, Inc., located in eastern Oklahoma, opened with 275 beds. It was a dream of the founders William K. Warren Sr. and his wife Natalie Overall Warren to give a gift to the City of Tulsa that would serve its citizens for years to come. In order to meet patient care requirements, as well as the demands of a rapidly growing population in Southeast Tulsa, Saint Francis Hospital, Inc. was expanded in 1969 to 735 adult and pediatric beds and bassinets. A major milestone occurred on December 3, 1975 - the 15th anniversary of the hospital - when the Natalie Warren Bryant Cancer Center opened its doors. It was one of the first centers where radiation therapy, chemotherapy services, laboratory and support services were grouped in a single location for the patient's convenience. The Natalie Warren Bryant Cancer Center is now known as the Saint Francis Cancer Center and provides state-of-the-art medical oncology and radiotherapy technology to residents in eastern Oklahoma and surrounding states. The first area Warren Clinic, Inc. facility was established in Stillwater, Oklahoma, in January 1988. Warren Clinic, Inc. has grown significantly from the three internal medicine specialists in Stillwater to 388 providers in practice throughout eastern Oklahoma. Saint Francis Hospital at Broken Arrow officially became part of Saint Francis Health System, Inc. in January 1988. The union initially occurred when Saint Francis Hospital at Broken Arrow affiliated with Saint Francis Hospital, Inc. on January 1, 1986. As the Broken Arrow community grew, the Broken Arrow facility was unable to meet the demands. In June of 2007, the hospital relocated to a new facility and is now known as Saint Francis Hospital South, LLC, where it continues to serve the Broken Arrow community. A fitness park was built where the former hospital once stood for community members to enjoy. Saint Francis Hospital South, LLC opened in 2007 with 96 beds servicing the needs of Southern Tulsa and Wagoner counties in Oklahoma. Built with a neighborhood feel, the hospital offers general services, as well as many sub-specialties generally reserved for larger city hospitals including a Level IV NICU, Emergency Services, Cardiology, Urology and 24-hour on-site anesthesia. In 1989, the William K. Warren Foundation established Laureate Psychiatric Clinic and Hospital, Inc., as well as the Laureate Psychiatric Research Center. Laureate Psychiatric Clinic and Hospital, Inc. was opened to provide a place where those suffering from mental illness would be treated the same as patients having any other illness. In addition to programs for adolescents and adults, Laureate Psychiatric Clinic and Hospital, Inc. offers successful specialty programs for chemical dependency, mood disorders and eating disorders. The Children's Hospital at Saint Francis, a "hospital within a hospital" was established in 1995 and created with pediatric patients in mind. The goal was to improve access and efficiency, as well as to provide a larger and more "kid friendly" atmosphere for children and their families. The Children's Hospital at Saint Francis is a regional referral center specializing in pediatric inpatient care, as well as neonatal and pediatric intensive care and offers service in more than 25 different pediatric specialties including the regions only Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, pediatric hematology/oncology clinic and a pediatric cardiac surgery program. In March 2004, Saint Francis Health System, Inc. and area cardiologists joined together as partners to open the Saint Francis Heart Hospital. The need for heart services is great in Oklahoma as heart disease is the leading cause of death in Oklahoma according to a report issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Vital Statistic Reports for 2015. Smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and lack of exercise are factors that contribute to the problem and place Oklahoma high on the unhealthy list. Saint Francis Trauma Emergency Center and Patient Tower, the largest expansion of Saint Francis Hospital, Inc.'s history, opened September 2014. The newest facility includes acute and critical care capacity; a new eight-story, 150-bed patient care tower; a new chapel and convent; clinical education rooms; and administrative and physician office spaces. In October 2016, Saint Francis Health System, Inc. began managing the Oklahoma State University Medical Center (OSUMC). Under the terms of the 10-year management agreement, Saint Francis Health System, Inc. provides executive leadership, operational oversight and strategic direction for the hospital and its affiliated clinics and programs to provide access to healthcare to the medically underserved and rural areas in the region. The partnership allows both organizations to bolster their ability to meet the needs of the vulnerable population. Formerly Craig General Hospital, Saint Francis Hospital Vinita, Inc. is located on a piece of the homestead of Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Friend, who donated the land in the early 1960s. The hospital, which opened in 1963, became part of the Saint Francis Health System in December, 2016. It, along with the existing Warren Clinic Vinita and the newly named Saint Francis Health Centers located in Langley and Monkey Island, provide area residents with conveniently located primary and specialty services. In April 2017, Eastar Health System and affiliated c

Form 990s for Saint Francis Hospital

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2019-062021-01-21990View PDF
2018-062019-08-17990View PDF
2017-062018-10-16990View PDF
2016-062017-09-27990View PDF
2015-062016-08-08990View PDF
...and 5 more Form 990s

Who funds Saint Francis Hospital

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
Charities Aid Foundation of AmericaCharitable Donation$14,750
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Grants made by Saint Francis Hospital

GranteeGrant descriptionAmount
Tulsa Community FoundationFunding E'ee Emgncy Fund$200,000
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...and 8 more grants made

Financials for Saint Francis Hospital

RevenuesFYE 06/2020
Total grants, contributions, etc.$5,545,945
Program services$1,256,994,972
Investment income and dividends$0
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$38,186,020
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$64,040,064
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$82,753,255
Total revenues$1,447,520,256

Personnel at Saint Francis Hospital

Jake HenryPresident and Chief Executive Officer and Director$0
Barry L SteichenVice President and Chief Operating Officer and Director$0
Eric E SchickTreasurer and Chief Financial Officer$819,770
 Subscribe to viewFormer Asst Secretary$319,217
 Subscribe to viewSecretary$554,766
...and 4 more key personnel

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General information
6600 S Yale Ave Suite 400
Tulsa, OK 74136
Metro area
Tulsa, OK
Website URL
(918) 494-2200
IRS details
Fiscal year end
Taxreturn type
Form 990
Year formed
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
NTEE code, primary
E24: Hospital, Specialty
NAICS code, primary
622: Hospitals
Parent/child status
Child within group exemption