From surgical services, to diagnostic imaging, to emergency care, the physicians and staff at Bristow Medical Center provide a wide range of advanced and accessible services — close to home.
With great facilities, state-of-the-art technology and excellent services, our new Jenks campus offers you the support you need to provide your patients with a high quality patient experience.
In the Community
The leadership and staff of the Bristow Medical Center are committed
helping our rural hospital survive and
thrive. Our new CORE campus will better serve all of our patients in Jenks, Bristow, and Cushing.
In the News
Exciting changes are happening at Bristow Medical Center! Find out more about our brand new
51,000 square foot state-of-the-art surgical and orthopedic
facility in Jenks.
Since the time of its opening in 1954, Bristow Medical Center has continued to grow and expand its services offered to the greater Creek County area, while keeping true to the traditions that helped found the hospital. If you are in need of healthcare services our dedicated team and quality medical staff are ready to provide you with competent, compassionate care. Serving the healthcare needs of you and your family is our top priority.
Jan Winter Clark, CEO
Bristow Hospital Campuses
Learn more about our other facility in Jenks.
Bristow Medical Center has a 24/7 Level IV Trauma Center, staffed by physicians, trauma nurses and other medical staff.
Our board certified surgeons are expert in a wide range of outpatient surgical procedures.
Can’t get a good night’s sleep? The experts at our Sleep Center can help.
Compassionate and comprehensive therapy to help you get back to your life.
Meet Our Physicians
Donald (Chip) Cooper, D.O
Donald Cooper, Jr., DO, graduated from Oklahoma State University College of Medicine in 1978 and completed his internship at Tulsa Regional Medical Center in 1979. He is credentialed by the Oklahoma State Board of Osteopathic Examiners and he is also a Medical Review Officer.
Dr. Steven Finley
Dr. Steven Finley graduated from the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine with his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine in 2005. He completed his Internship year with Regions Family and Community Medicine in St. Paul, Minnesota in June of 2006 and is a member of the American Osteopathic Association.
Dr. Peter C. Lafon
General Surgeon Dr. Peter Lafon has lived, worked and invested in the Cushing community for 20 years. Dr Lafon routinely preforms a variety of outpatient procedures at the surgery center including colonoscopy, EGD, laparoscopic surgery and gallbladders, as well as breast and hernia surgery.
Dr. Fred Crapse
Dr. Fred Crapse specializes in the laproscopic gastric sleeve weight loss surgery. It is a minimally invasive technique that allows an avenue for the morbidly obese person to reach a body weight that improves their overall health.