Located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Bellevue Health & Rehabilitation Center offers treatment for Drug Addiction and Alcohol Addiction. The addiction specialists at this multi-licensed treatment facility administers a comprehensive assessment to their patients in order to determine the best course of action for their treatment plan. Bellevue Health & Rehabilitation Center generally offers treatment options (such as Counseling) that are customized to suit the patients' needs.
In some of these treatment options, addicts are taught to develop coping skills so that they can learn to deal with any situation that comes their way without resorting to drugs or alcohol as a means for a temporary escape. It is within these specific coping skills that will help to ensure the success of an addict's recovery.
You may contact Bellevue Health & Rehabilitation Center using their website at bellevueokc.com to learn more about the treatment services that they offer, as well as more information on their accepted insurances, which include: Most Insurances.
My great Aunt got to come to Bellevue after not being cared for at another facility. She loves it and says it is by far the best care she has received. Great nurses and staff. Beautiful and clean facility.
Beautiful place..great staff.family oriented.very careing establishment
I cannot begin to thank you for the care you gave my husband during his stay at your facility. The rehab department is outstanding - Monta, Jade, and Becky were dedicated to improving Len’s strength and wellbeing. Wilma and Ade were outstanding nurses in caring for his health, and Nancy and Heather, the Bellevue family, were determined to make sure he received the very best care. Francine and many others made sure his needs were met. I sing your praises to everyone‼️
My mom stayed here for rehab for about 2 weeks. She was well cared for while here. Her strength improved and she did improve. Staff was caring and made sure she was comfortable. Sometimes mom did not like the food, but the care was great.
They are okay but saying mom isn't progressing fast enough so they are kicking her out. My mom has no right shoulder and no right leg. I talked to medicare and they said they will pay as long as she has days left and is doing therapy. She has days left and is doing therapy. The home said well she's not progressing fast enough.
You are helping get me off my feet staff are kind and nice Food is good.
Good nursing care Adminstration wonderful CNA'S are awesome Therapy great
This a very comfortable, family oriented environment. I feel like I am at home every time I come here. The family that owns Bellevue is amazing, and very accommodating.
The staff really does care here. Clean, lots of activities and good food.
Thank you for your loving care of my mother Jewel Graham. I always felt comfortable with the care she was being given, Everyone treated me and her with love and respect. You are truly a blessing to me and my family.
I can never say enough for taking such good cae of mom. You all are the best and mom was so happy there, you were her angels. I will come and visit you. Please tell everyone thanks for all the prayers and kindness and I will miss them too!
I am returning this “thank you” for the excellent care and treatment I got in your facility while I was there.I want to mention these that helped and encouraged me in my recovery .Amy(from Tuttle)-Therapist, Karen Therapist, Caroline Therapist, Patty Therapist, Dewayne Therapist, Donna-personal care, Stephanie- Student nurse,“Sunshine”-Room Care (early each morning). My family were very pleased with my care and your place- no foul orders, and pleasant employees. Also, the Harmony Therapist who are coming to my home each week-Trisha and Penny
On behalf of mothers family, I wanted to express the appreciation of all of us for the care and attention and affection bestowed upon her by you and your family and your fine staff. I would appreciate your conveying this to Otilia, Lee and Ripley who attend her on the last evening. There were others who also assisted, who are no longer there, Beatrice and Ronda, among others. I know that she had the best of care and I wanted you to realize that we were fully aware of this. In the meantime, my best wishes.
A year has passed since I left Bellevue. I miss visiting with You and the other friends that I met there. My leg has mended and I am able to get around pretty good. Thank you for the kindness and attention that you and other staff members gave to me. I hope that you and your family have a nice Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Thank you so much Nancy and Heather. You two will never know what a blessing you were to me. And especially thanks to Roy, Trea, Chris, and I don’t remember their names, but Mom and I always called her “the young girl that always wears pink”, and the other young girl that has the bright red hair. And the nurse that painted Mom’s nails. She was so proud of them. And the gentlemen that was so gentle in caring for the wounds on Mom’s legs. Thanks to all of you. You truly are all special people.