Health Care in Oklahoma starts with Integris Health

Health care is important when selecting a retirement community. We want a lake for boating, fishing, and water sports; a golf course for golf; the Church of our choice; quaint shops to shop; and nice unique places to eat.

Grove, Oklahoma on beautiful Grand Lake of the Cherokees in northeast Oklahoma has all of the above desired things. Health care is going to be even better soon. Integris Grove General Hospital has announced plans to build a new 56 million dollar hospital to replace the current facility built in the early 60’s. The new state of the art facility will be built on a new campus adjoining the out patient surgury and physican offices just east of the old hospital about a mile. Integris is going to invest over 50 million dollars and has ask the community to invest 5 million dollars of the 56 million total. You Can Help This Great Cause by Donating to the fund. Call Integris Grove’s Donate Line for more information or to make a donation at 918 787-3464.

Grove has many nice churches and you are sure to find one you like. There are many fine shops to visit for gifts that are unique and different. You will also find many quaint dining spots, especially for a lunch that is different and priced right.

The real estate market in Grove is steady with a nice selection of homes both on the water or on the golf course at Patricia Island or one of the other fine courses in Grove or Monkey Island. Patricia Island Estates has many fine homes both on the water or golf course for your selection in a price range of the low 200,000 range to nearly $1,000,000. The market here did not see the fast invester induced markets of both coasts and several other large population centers.

If you want an enjoyable retirement with great friends in an area of true wonderful four seasons, Grove is for you. Call Aaron today at 918 801-5645 or Joe at 918 640-3300 for more details. Follow the link below to our web site grand lake ok to search for listings to give you an idea just how far a dollar will go in northeast Oklahoma.