New Hope Wellness Center is a full service clinic which provides equal opportunity access to healthcare services to individuals of all genders and sexuality. We are focused on delivering “whole person” care which is specific to the needs of the individual.
New Hope Wellness Center is funded and operated by our parent organization Guiding Right, Incorporated.
New Hope Wellness Center (NHWC) is dedicated to advocating for and providing exceptional health care services and essential support resources to members of our community.
Our vision is to provide holistic treatment approaches – empowering our clients’ minds and bodies, regardless of boundary or barrier. NHWC will continue promoting a person’s well-being and self-sustainability, while s/he navigates the healthcare system.
Our mission is to decrease social, economic, and health disparities for
minority and other vulnerable populations within Oklahoma City and
Tulsa’s Metropolitan Statistical Area.
New Hope Wellness Center is focused on delivering “whole person” care which is specific to the needs of the individual. Our standards are built on the principles that all persons deserve access to adequate and comprehensive healthcare.
New Hope Wellness Center’s staff offers a wealth of knowledge in patient care and experience in providing holistic treatment options. Our client’s receive exemplary service and a level of professionalism that is unparalleled. We get it right the first time!
Our offices are newly renovated and offer brand-new equipment for top of the line treatment options and service provision. We took our time to hand-pick the best materials and technology – from a calming and relaxing atmosphere for our clients’ peace of mind to text message appointment reminders and a patient portal for immediate visit feedback.
With over 21 years’ experience in working with the community providing healthcare services, New Hope Wellness Center understands patient care and the delivery of exemplary standards.
Our Primary Care Standard is two-fold:
1. Provide the best services and treatment for the patient with the patient
2. “Do unto others as they would want to be done”. Taking the “Golden Rule” a step further to the “Platinum Rule”.