We love our state, but a recent study found Oklahoma is considered the worst state to live in for women, highlighting poor outcomes in nearly every metric, including poverty, voter turnout and life expectancy.

Oklahoma was 46th in share of women who voted in the 2020 presidential election.

Your vote is more important than ever. We encourage women to stay engaged in the political dialogue because it directly affects your health.

Racial Justice

We recognize racism as a public and women’s healthcare emergency. Recent events have sharpened public focus on systemic racial injustice. People of color suffer from the COVID-19 pandemic at disproportionate rates. Black and Brown persons face threats to their lives and physical safety as they go about daily activities. Black women experience maternal mortality and morbidity at three to four times the rates of white women. We know these realities impact our patients and staff on deep personal levels.

We are committed to eliminating racial disparities in women’s health outcomes by advocating for our patients in the public sphere, continually improving our clinical practices, and examining our own biases and prejudices.