The revitalization of Oklahoma City draws people downtown to work, play and now live. There's been so much growth that one hospital saw an opportunity to bring healthcare to a thriving downtown, with it's Urban Clinic.
"We're right here in the middle of downtown; we're right here in the heart of everything," said Emily Trotter, Integris Medical Group.
"It's a lively feel whenever you walk in here. We have the exposed brick walls, we have the cool copper pipes that we left from Rothschild's Department Store," she said.
"We have some really modern artwork throughout the entire clinic. There's so much growth happening here, that we just wanted to be able to offer a clinic that was convenient for those that live and work in this vicinity."
Dr. Hieu Nguyen is a family physician.
"We have space for three physicians - there's nine exam rooms," Dr. Nguyen said.
"We want to take care of children, adults, the elderly and really get the whole scope of medicine rather than just be an urgent care," he said. "It's steadily increasing the patient population in the number of visits I see every day."
Since the clinic serves working professionals, people can get appointments early in the morning and during the lunch hour.