Reba’s Ranch House
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.
Hospital staff may call 903-463-REBA to arrange a guest’s stay at the Ranch House.
Rooms are limited to one per patient family. Guests must be medically stable to care for themselves.
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