Category: Family Resources

Tornado and Severe Weather Threats

It’s that time of the year. Tornadoes can happen at any time, but being prepared is the key to keeping our patients, families, staff and our hospital safe. We want you to know that a team here at Bethany Children’s Health Center has worked very hard to ensure that our hospital is prepared in the […]

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National Disability Independence Day

The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital is now Bethany Children’s Health Center. How The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital Is Furthering our Patients’ Independence The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law on July 26, 1990. The ADA is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life, including […]

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Healthy Schools Oklahoma Joins The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital

The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital is now Bethany Children’s Health Center. The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital is pleased to announce the addition of Healthy Schools Oklahoma (HSOK) to the hospital’s community outreach programs effective July 1, 2021. The HSOK program is primarily funded through grants, and is designed to increase health knowledge, attitudes and behaviors […]

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Family Support – A Holistic Approach

How supporting patient families plays an integral part in the healing process At Bethany Children’s Health Center, every patient’s care team includes doctors, nurses, therapists and other professionals who work directly with the patient. But equally as essential to a child’s recovery is the role their family plays. For parents, knowing how to support and […]

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Routine Pediatric Care Remains a Priority During COVID-19 Pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues in Oklahoma, Michael Coffey, MD, Pediatrician at Bethany Children’s Health Center, advises parents to maintain their children’s well visit schedule. “One of the most fundamental aspects of pediatric care is preventative medicine. Children are ever-changing individuals, whether during infancy or adolescence. For this reason, healthcare providers need to monitor children […]

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Join us for National Day of Prayer

Join us on Thursday, May 7, 2020 for National Day of Prayer. During this time of social distancing and self-quarantine, we want to provide our friends, families and supporters with a way to be actively involved in the lives of the patients, staff and their families through prayer. Dorothy Bayles, Director of Pastoral Care at […]

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