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Ascension St. John Medical Center

Ascension St. John Medical Center

  • Hospital/Medical Center


Open 24 hours a day, 7 day a week


Nutritious meals are an important part of your treatment and recovery at St. John Medical Center.

Patient dining

Nutritious meals are an important part of your treatment and recovery at Ascension St. John Medical Center. We make every attempt to provide balanced meals according to your doctor’s orders. 

Special meals

If your doctor has placed you on a special diet, or you are scheduled for a certain test, you may not be able to order from the menu or your selection may be restricted. Your ambassador or the Food Service Call Center will assist you with the appropriate choices. If you have questions about your diet, please let your ambassador know. 

Family meals

If a family member or visitor would like to eat in your room with you, they may go to the cafeteria on the second floor and return with their meal or order a guest meal from food service for a charge. Please contact the Food Service Call Center at 918-744-2400, or ext. 744-2400 from an in-house line for more information. 

Hours of service

7 a.m.- 6:30 p.m.

Meals will be delivered at a set time for your medical unit. 


A menu is placed in each patient’s room. Extra copies are available from the nursing station and from the ambassadors. 

Order instructions

  • Your ambassador will visit or call to take your order. Exceptions to this are the intensive care units and outpatient areas, where a Chef Select tray will be provided. 
  • Please place your daily lunch order by 10 a.m., dinner by 3 p.m. and breakfast by 6:30 p.m. the night before, if you desire something other than the Chef Select meal. 
  • You may also call your ambassador using the information on the white board in your room, during hours of service. 
  • The Food Service Call Center: 744-2400 from the in-house phone, or 918-744-2400 from an outside phone. 

If the line is busy, please leave a voicemail message with your name, room number, and menu items you would like.

Guest trays

Guest trays may be ordered for $8 for breakfast and $10 for lunch or dinner. Credit card payment is preferred, with payments processed through the Food Service Call Center. 

Patients on insulin

Patients on insulin are encouraged to make selections from the menu, which lists carbohydrate grams for each food item (number in parenthesis). Assistance is provided by the ambassador or Food Service Call Center.

A member of your nursing care team will monitor your blood sugar and administer

medication around your mealtime, or as needed. 

Health Plaza Café (1st floor Mary K. Chapman Health Plaza)


10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. - Open Monday through Friday (Closed holidays)

Ascension St. John Cafeteria (second floor of Chapman Tower)


6:00 a.m. to 3.p.m. - Monday through Friday

6:00 a.m. to 7 p.m. - Saturday and Sunday

(Open on holidays)

Cafe Latté coffee shop “We proudly serve Starbucks(second floor of Siegfried Tower)

6 a.m. to 2 a.m. - Monday through Friday (Closed from 9 p.m. - 10 p.m.)

Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays

Tobacco-free facility

Ascension St. John Owasso is tobacco-free. Tobacco use or the sale thereof by employees, patients, visitors or the general public is not permitted in buildings or properties. Tobacco products include pipes, smokeless tobacco, cigarettes, cigars, snuff and herbal tobacco products.

Language translation and communication assistance

In support of our mission to provide medical excellence, Ascension St. John Owasso provides language interpretive services to individuals with limited English proficiency (LEP), sign language interpreters or telecommunication devices for the deaf (TDD), and other reasonable communicative accommodations for individuals with sensory disabilities (hearing, vision and/or speech) or cognitive impairment, all at no cost to you.

Free Wi-Fi

Ascension St. John Owasso provides high-speed wireless internet access free of charge to patients and guests. If your computer or handheld device is Wi-Fi enabled, you can connect to the internet in designated access areas. Look for "AH-GUEST" under your wireless options to access our system.

Service animals

Service animals, as defined by the American Disability Act, are welcome in public areas of the hospital, or limited patient care areas, as long as the service animals can be with the handler/or handler designee at all times while in the hospital. Animals must be harnessed, leashed or tethered at all times.