Reba McEntire brought her first benefit concert to Texoma in 1987, and in 1992, she cut the ribbon to open Reba’s Ranch House. The House has served as a home away from home for families traveling from all across the US and overseas to be close to loved ones hospitalized, or receiving hospice care here in Texoma.
In 2010 a new and expanded Reba’s Ranch House opened its doors to the community continuing a 20-year legacy of providing a safe haven and comfort to over 29,000 guests who found refuge in times of crisis through its doors. The Ranch House is available to relatives needing to be close to a loved one in the hospital or receiving home hospice care.
To arrange a stay at the Ranch House, Hospital staff may call 903-463-REBA to check availability. Rooms are limited to one room per patient family.
Guests must be medically stable to care for themselves and be referred from an area hospital or hospice care.
The House offers:
private bedrooms, with bath, phone and television,
shared kitchen and dining area
a book-filled library and conference room
laundry facilities, and
a playroom/gameroom for children
View our Guest Guide to Services for more information regarding your stay.
The Reba’s Ranch House was inspired by the vision and long-time support of native Oklahoman and entertainment superstar Reba McEntire. The new 12-room Reba’s Ranch House carries a long legacy of providing support to families. Since 1992 more than 25,000 guests have found a friendly face, a comfortable bed and a safe place to rest during a family health crisis, or while their loved one is receiving end-of-life care.
The Texoma Health Foundation (THF) manages and underwrites the operations of Reba’s Ranch House and designated $3.1 million for a new $5.5M replacement facility that opened in 2010. Thanks to a generous donation of land from Peggy and Tom Johnson, and an innovative design donated by leading architectural firm HKS, the new Ranch House is located in a central location to THF’s four-county service area.
The House is located on highway 75 in Denison and includes guest rooms with private baths, a kitchen, a library and a courtyard garden. It is also the new home of THF’s administrative offices. The larger facility serves hospitals and home hospice facilities in Denison, Sherman, Bonham, Durant and Madill.
Naming opportunities are available, in addition to participation in the Reba’s Ranch House Adopt-A-Day Project. Donations help continue Reba’s dream that became a reality over 19 years ago, and help assure that the Reba’s Ranch House continues to offer families a place of comfort and support.