New project expands OMM’s midtown services and amenities
Tulsa, OK – Oklahoma Methodist Manor (OMM) will break ground on two new Memory Care Assisted Living Households and a new Community Life Center during a ceremony at 3 p.m. on Monday, January 20th, in the Fleming Center on campus. The ceremony will include an address from Paula Marshall, CEO of The Bama Companies, in addition to the official groundbreaking and a reception.
OMM is committed to providing quality care for the growing number of people living with dementia, as well as serving their families. We are pleased to announce the groundbreaking on The Marshall-Gaddy House, made possible by Paula Marshall in honor of her mother and godmother. As well as The Barnes House, made possible by Jim and Mary Barnes. Each one-story, free-standing household will feature 12 private rooms, common spaces, and attractively landscaped outdoor spaces.
The construction will also include a new 14,000 square foot Community Life Center for all OMM residents. This new social venue will feature a theater, stage, event seating for over 250 people, and flexible space for smaller meetings.
“After opening 40 new assisted living residences in December, we are excited to begin the next phase of growth and change at OMM,” said Steve Dickie, CEO. “Our programs and services will be greatly enhanced by the new households and Community Life Center.” These projects complete the multi-year redevelopment of OMM’s 40-acre midtown campus located at 4134 E. 31st St.
For more than 60 years OMM has served Tulsa seniors “in the spirit of Christ.” The Generation to Generation Campaign raised $13.4 million to help enable these improvements. More than 250 donors contributed to the success of the campaign. OMM would like to acknowledge the generosity of everyone who made these dreams a reality.
The project is designed by Eppstein Uhen Architects, a Wisconsin-based firm specializing in senior living developments. Stava Building Corporation is serving as the construction manager and Prosperity Bank provided additional financing. To learn more about Oklahoma Methodist Manor visit www.ommtulsa.org.
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About Oklahoma Methodist Manor
Since 1956, Oklahoma Methodist Manor (OMM) has been serving Tulsa in the spirit of Christ. Situated on a 40-acre campus in midtown Tulsa, OMM offers residential living, assisted living and nursing care. Oklahoma Methodist Manor is affiliated with the Oklahoma Conference of the United Methodist Church.
About Eppstein Uhen Architects, Inc.
Eppstein Uhen Architects, Inc. is a full-service, 103-year-old design firm that specializes in several distinct markets: corporate, education, senior living, healthcare, residential, retail, public, industrial, mixed use, master planning and interior design. For additional information, visit www.eua.com.
Over the past 30 years Stava Building Corporation has grown into a well-known reputable construction company throughout the region. As a locally owned and operated business, Stava’s team members deliver creatively diverse, quality focused, efficient driven projects, that are customized to fit the unique needs of each client. www.stava.com