The INTEGRIS Bass Baptist Health Center campus includes 207 licensed beds throughout three facilities. The hospital enjoys the distinctions of being the only non-profit, faith-based hospital in Enid and having served the Enid area longer than any other general hospital. The Enid hospital offers acute care and diagnostic services, skilled nursing, a cancer center, a state of the art Heart Center, a cardiac catheterization laboratory, cardiovascular and thoracic surgery, geriatric behavioral health services, OB/GYN services, home health services and occupational health services.
In 2003, the hospital completed an $8.2 million expansion project that tripled the size of the Emergency Department and included a new Women's Center.
The INTEGRIS Bass Pavilion, also located in Enid, OK, is a separately licensed long-term acute care hospital, serving patients who require acute inpatient care, but require a longer stay in the hospital. The Pavilion also houses outpatient physician, occupational and speech therapy (rehab) services, occupational health clinic, and pain clinic.
INTEGRIS Bass Meadowlake offers both acute and residential behavioral health services to children and adolescents. Adult services are offered on an outpatient basis.
INTEGRIS Bass is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. It is a member of the Oklahoma Hospital Association, American Hospital Association and VHA. For more information, call 580-233-2300.
INTEGRIS Bass Baptist Health Center Historical Photo