Duncan Regional Hospital
Duncan Regional Hospital is a 167-bed nationally accredited not-for-profit hospital. DRH is without a doubt, one of the most technologically advanced, forward-thinking health care facilities in Oklahoma. The hospital's dedication to excellence is recognized by the many awards that have been achieved such as the Thomson Reuters 100 Top Hospital Award, Hospital & Health's "Most Wired" and the VHA Leadership Award for Clinical Excellence just to name a few. DRH is continually planning for the future, seeking to implement services to meet the needs of our community. Along with highly skilled health care professionals, Duncan Regional offers state-of-the-art cancer care, diagnostic imaging, rehabilitation services, cardiac care, women's service, pediatric care, and much, much more. To see a comprehensive list of the services available through Duncan Regional Hospital visit their website.
The Sanford Children's Clinic, designed to look like a castle, is located on the northwest corner of the Duncan Regional Hospital campus. The 8,000 square foot facility has two pediatricians and support staff with room for growth. Sanford Children's Clinic Duncan is the first in a series of new Sanford Children's Clinics being developed around the world to celebrate life and join together to tackle the toughest of challenges.
Children, no matter what age, need time to play, discover, and explore. When their health and wellness doesn't allow for it, they'll find the support they need at Sanford Children's Clinic - where a team of experts and specialists fight disease, dream big, discover cures, and believe in the power of play. They deliver foundational care that's tailored to children and focused on family.
Seniors live longer and have more fulfilling life styles. In Duncan, seniors keep active with golf, tennis, walking, running, and Senior Olympics at many locations including the Duncan Golf & Tennis Club and the Simmons Center. Dining in many local restaurants, boutique/antique shopping, visiting local museums, and enjoying art shows, plays, and concerts provide an opportunity to meet with friends. Duncan's two Senior Citizen Centers also provide a place to socialize, receive information on health issues, blood pressure checks, and transportation for appointments and shopping. Some of the socially-oriented recreational activities are card games, pool, dominoes, bingo, crafts, art classes, quilting, needlework, aerobics, and a "sit & be fit" program. Other activiites include potluck luncheons, health screenings, safe driver programs, and dances with a live band.
Duncan not only provides home/community-based services (home-delivered meals, adult day activities, long-term care support, and care giver support), but Duncan is the home to ASCOG's headquarters for an eight-county area. ASCOG provides options counseling for senior living. Stephens County has three assisted living centers, an independent living apartment community, and an Alzheimer's center. If services are needed, Duncan Group Home & The Power Shop provide development plans for physical disabiliites in the Center for Independent Living. To further support seniors, Stephens County has nursing home services for a total of 230 beds.