The Children's Center Rehabilitation Hospital

Thu, 2016-11-17 10:09

This year we are so excited to be providing donations for The Children's Center Rehabilitation Hospital.

The Children's Center is located in Bethany, Oklahoma.  It is a private nonprofit hospital serving children with complex medical and physical disabilities. The Children's Center offers three main areas of service- Long term nursing and rehabilitative care, pediatric medical rehabilitation, and outpatient services- general pediatrics, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy.

You can choose an item from the Basic Needs List, or Support a Specific Department by choosing from a list

Donations can be dropped off at our office, 13158 N. MacArthur Blvd. OKC, OK 73142, Monday to Friday, 8:30am – 4:00pm

We will be accepting donations from now until to December 7th.

We are not authorized to take cash/check donations. Those can be mailed directly to The Children's Center. 6800 NW 39th Expressway Bethany, OK 73099

If you have any questions, feel free to call us at 721.7210.


This communication and all contents are provided by Stephen Rimmer in his
individual capacity as a supporter of The Children's Center Rehabilitation Hospital,

and not in the capacity of agent, representative or financial advisor of Raymond
James Financial Services, Inc. and/or any and all of its affiliates, including
Raymond James & Associates, Inc. and Raymond James Financial, Inc.
(collectively “Raymond James”). Stephen's participation in collecting donations
is independent of his activity as a financial advisor with Raymond James, and
his additional use of a Raymond James website for communications pertaining to his
participation in the collection of donations is authorized.
Raymond James, however, assumes no responsibility for the substance, accuracy,
completeness or reliability of any content in this communication, and Raymond
James' sponsorship, endorsement, association or affiliation of/with The Childrens Center
Rehabilitation Hospital or its activities is not implied, nor should it be inferred.


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