Our Complex Care Unit provides specialized health care to children, ages newborn to 20 years old, with complex medical needs. The patients served in this unit often present with chronic health conditions and require ongoing medical care.
Pediatric Medical Rehabilitation
Our CARF accredited unit uses a multidisciplinary team approach, working with both the family and the child to develop an individualized plan of care. Therapies are offered Monday through Saturday, typically around three hours daily based on the child’s needs, tolerance, and specific goals.
The Transitional Care Unit at Bethany Children’s Health Center serves children from newborn to 20 years old who would benefit from an individualized plan of care for their unique medical and therapy needs. Each patient in the Transitional Care Program is evaluated by the interdisciplinary team and receives a comprehensive plan to address their specific functional and medical goals.
Bethany Children’s Health Center offers several outpatient resources to include primary general pediatric care, multiple specialty pediatric services, as well as comprehensive rehabilitative therapies including, but not limited to, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, parent – child interaction therapy, nutritional support and social services.
Bethany Children’s Health Center is dedicated to improving health and preventing injuries of Oklahoma children. The Community Health programs we sustain and develop do just that by providing education and community resources. Our goal is to reach as many kids and parents as possible.
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