From major investments into sidewalks and trails to the Mayor putting our city on a diet, few communities have invested in health like Oklahoma City has the past decade.
Former Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett will bring his expertise on improving a communityís health to the stage at the first-ever State of Health luncheon on Monday, May 13.
Tickets for the Chamber's inaugural State of Health luncheon are on sale. Exhibitor booths are now sold out.
This edition of the OKC Business Advocate discusses legislative activity on guns, a software/cyber engineering incentive, government reform, workersí compensation and medical marijuana.
Extending health insurance to more Oklahomans, creating environment conducive to research and maintaining physician training funding among Chamberís health care legislative priorities
The Chamber recently released its legislative agenda for 2019. Get more details on our health care policy priorities.
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is launching a new event in 2019, and its members have a chance to be a part of it.
Through the TSET Healthy Living Program at the Oklahoma City-County Health Department, metro businesses can receive free support to create a company health promotion plan for 2019.
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