Medical Center In Tulsa's Greenwood District Unexpectedly Closes

Juno Medical was located on the bottom floor of the 21 North Greenwood building near Greenwood and Archer. The clinic posted a sign on the front door of the office earlier this week saying it was closing.

Thursday, February 29th 2024, 7:22 am

By: News On 6


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A new medical clinic that just opened on Tulsa's Black Wall Street less than a year ago has now unexpectedly shut down.

Juno Medical was located on the bottom floor of the 21 North Greenwood building near Greenwood and Archer. Juno Medical held its grand opening in July 2023.

Related Story: Juno Medical Hosts Grand Opening For Tulsa Location

The clinic posted a sign on the front door of the office earlier this week saying it was closing.

"Operations at Juno Medical in Tulsa have ceased as of end of business on Feb 26, 2024," reads the notice posted on the front of the clinic. "As such, we are not able to provide any appointments for ongoing medical care. However we locally will still be responding to messages and requests through our website for the next 30 days."

The notice tells patients after 30 days, the Juno headquarters in New York will continue responding to additional administrative needs. It also directs patients to other locations for healthcare needs.

Patients tell News On 6 they were blindsided by this news and still have not been contacted by Juno Medical to let them know it closed.

News On 6 has reached out to Juno Medical for a statement on the closure and we are still waiting to hear back.

An official Statement from Dr. Jabraan Pasha and Dr. Leah Upton:

The entire Juno Tulsa team was shocked and saddened by the abrupt closing of our clinic by Juno Headquarters. Although we are all still processing this unexpected outcome, we are committed to making sure that all of our patients have their immediate care needs met. The information that we were given about our closing was that Juno lost support from a national investor, which significantly impacted the company’s financials. As a result, the decision was made to shut down Juno’s two newest clinics, Atlanta and Tulsa. The decision to close our office was no reflection of the care that we have been providing to the Tulsa community. We were growing steadily and making positive impacts on the lives of many Tulsans. This was reflected in our patient satisfaction scores of 95%, which is unheard of in healthcare. We have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support received from patients, community members and local leaders. It is clear that what we were doing was, in fact, working. The desire and need for innovative and community-focused healthcare on Greenwood is more apparent than ever. Our team is exploring all options to reopen. We remain optimistic that a solution that is best for our community will be reached.
Sincerely, Drs. Jabraan Pasha & Leah Upton

Official statement from Juno Medical:

Tulsa puts patients and people first. We are coordinating with local healthcare providers to facilitate continuity of care and ensure that all patients receive the support they need during this transition period. Patients will be contacted directly with details on how to transfer their records and receive referrals to other healthcare practitioners. We will continue to focus on our patients and team as we resolve these operational matters.
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