Children's Place

Conveniently located on the campus of INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center and INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center, The Children’s Place has served as the childcare center for INTEGRIS employees for more than 30 years. The highly qualified staff cares for children ages six weeks through kindergarten.

The INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center campus Children's Place offers a full day kindergarten program which meets and exceeds all of the Oklahoma Priority Academic Student Skill requirements for kindergarten. The Children’s Place is an early care and education center available for the employees of INTEGRIS. It is our mission to provide the highest level of care and education for the children in order to allow the families to go to work to fulfill the mission of our organization without concern or worry for the safety and well-being of their children. The Children’s Place was built by the Volunteer Auxiliary and has been serving employees of our organization for 50 years. We directly touch the lives of more than 500 children and their families each year. We also serve as an internship site for many area universities and take great pride in our reputation as a leader in our community. The compassion, expertise and longevity of our staff is second to none. The center maintains full capacity with a waiting list in all age groups.

Project Spotlight

Phase 2 of the Playground Expansion project will add a new climbing structure, trees, stepping logs & outdoor musical instruments on the infant/toddler playground.  Impact: 400 children and their families annually

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(2012) Through passionate donor support, Project: Children’s Place funds purchased a new three-person swing at INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center, developmental toys for classrooms and professional development for all teaching staff that exceeded original expectations of how far a dollar could stretch. Every single dollar was spent to invest and benefit the lives of students and staff at Children’s Place. Impact: 500 children annually