Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
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Baptist Medical Center in Oklahoma City Children's Hospital Services
When the unthinkable happens and your child requires hospitalization, you can rely on INTEGRIS Children's Hospital and Pediatric Services at Baptist Medical Center in Oklahoma City.
We offer a dedicated pediatric-specific team that provides family-centered care in a child-friendly environment. Board-certified physicians will care for your child. All children's hospital rooms are private, with space to accommodate parents overnight.
Pediatric Specialties Offered in Oklahoma City
We are a 26-bed general medical center and surgical unit offering children's hospital services from birth to 18 years of age. The children's hospital unit at Baptist Medical Center in Oklahoma City is comprised of all private rooms with built-in daybeds to accommodate one parent to spend the night with their child. Children not requiring isolation and their siblings can enjoy our playroom or take rides in the halls in our wagons and cars. Parents have access to a kitchenette with a refrigerator and microwave oven. Coffee and refreshments are available to family and visitors at no cost.
INTEGRIS Baptist Pediatric Services provides excellent care for your child, specializing in diagnosis, treatment and recovery in the following Pediatric areas:
Pulmonology, hepatology, endocrinology, intensive care services, orthopedics, general surgery and general pediatric care. Click the links below to learn more about common conditions treated at our Oklahoma City children's hospital unit.
INTEGRIS Pediatric Services
INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center
3300 N.W. Expressway
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
Toll Free 888-951-2277
As a parent, you know your child better than anyone. You are an important part of your child’s health care team. You can play an active role by helping provide the staff with accurate and complete information about your child’s health, reporting any changes in his or her condition to the doctor or nurse and learning aspects of our children's hospital services care that may have to be continued at home.