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Oklahoma CyberKnife Hosts Meet and Greet Mixer

The staff at Oklahoma CyberKnife recently hosted a meet and greet happy hour mixer for healthcare workers in their community.

The event was held on Tuesday, September 12th, at Roka, an Asian-fusion bar and restaurant in Tulsa, and was attended by over 20 administrators, nurses, and support staff from different specialty clinics in the area, including Utica Park Clinic, Oklahoma Heart Institute, and Oklahoma Spine and Brain Institute.

It was a great opportunity for attendees to meet the Oklahoma CyberKnife staff, especially new team members, and learn more about the CyberKnife® Robotic Radiosurgery System and the conditions it treats.

Oklahoma CyberKnife was proud to host such a fun and informative event.  We believe it is important to bring healthcare workers in our area together and offer them an opportunity to network.  Networking is a great way for them to connect with peers and industry experts, and gives them a broader perspective on what is currently happening in the healthcare industry.  It makes them a more informed healthcare worker, which in return, makes them a better resource to their patients.

For more information on Oklahoma CyberKnife, including the team members at the center, please click here.