Assisted Living at the Oaks

Contact us at: (254) 248-6293

Assisted Living at the Oaks offers a secure, caring environment for individuals who are unable to fully take care of themselves due to infirmity, illness, disability, or injury. With patient care available under the same roof and on the same campus as our hospital and clinics, individuals who require additional care are never more than steps away from medical attention.

Whatever the need, our highly-trained staff is able to respond quickly. Treatment is personalized, and medical attention will be carried out according to each individual’s physician’s instructions. As long as care is needed, Assisted Living at the Oaks ensures that the resident will be safe, secure, and receive countless hours of quality attention. Assisted Living at the Oaks offers quality living and loving care, combined with the comfort of family and friends, the security of home, and dependable help with life’s medical needs.


Assisted Living at The Oaks provides:

Residential Respite Care (RRC) also called Temporary Stay Care Giving.
Residential Respite Care living allows you to take a trip for as long as a few weeks while your loved one stays in a safe, comfortable apartment, room, or suite. RRC residents enjoy all the comforts and amenities of assisted living, including being care for by trained staff day and night.


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Coryell Health Assisted Living was made possible and remains in honor of Ms. Eula P. White.

In 1986, The Eula P. White Welcome Program started with three residents in respite care– a short-term transfer of primary care-giving responsibilities to provide temporary relief for family caregivers. The residents felt so at home they wanted to stay in assisted living at Coryell. In 1996, The Welcome Program was awarded a grant of $750,000 from the Frank W. Mayborn Foundation and was consequently renamed the Eula P. White Welcome Program in honor of Mrs. Mayborn’s mother, Mrs.Eula P. White, who was a resident in the program.


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A long-term care ombudsman helps residents of a nursing facility and residents of an assisted living facility resolve complaints.  Help provided by an ombudsman, a person may call the toll-free number 1-800-252-2412.

Coryell Health Assisted and Independent Living at The Oaks complies with all Fair Housing Laws and provides Equal Housing Opportunity to all applicants.