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Newman Memorial Hospital was founded in in 1920 by pioneer physician O.C. Newman, M.D. Dr. Newman, his wife and three sons (all of whom later became physicians) moved to Shattuck in October of 1907. That year, Dr. Newman, M.D., along with other Shattuck businessmen established the Northwestern Sanatorium which closed after one year due to lack of community support. He continued treating the community of Shattuck by traveling from home to home on horseback or with his span of driving horses and buggy. As the years passed, he continued to take post-graduate work in some of the leading medical and surgical colleges of the country. Advances in medicine, specifically surgery, helped to convince the community that they were ready for the next step.
Newman Memorial Hospital is affiliated with the Saints 1st Alliance, a program with St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City that serves 15 hospitals. The program, developed jointly with St. Anthony and the rural hospitals primarily located in northwest Oklahoma, allows Newman and its physicians to have direct access to specialties and services for local patients who require advanced services not available at the local level. Services at St. Anthony are provided with an assurance that contact with physicians will be timely and transfers generally arranged within 30 minutes. The affiliation also provides the Hospital with access to purchasing agreements which are used to lower the operating cost of the hospital and to other services such as electronic medical records to comply with new federal guidelines.