Herman and Gail Hackett made their dreams a reality in 1971 when they opened Greenbrier. Through the years, their family has grown Greenbrier Village into one of the finest retirement communities in northwest Oklahoma.
The Hackett family has researched and developed unique senior services as well as levels of retirement living to meet the needs of Enid and northwest Oklahoma. They offer five options in senior living: independent living, assisted living, nursing care and memory support (dementia and Alzheimer's) as well as the largest freestanding Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Northwest Oklahoma.
Herman and Gail's children, Lori Hackett-Long, Allison Naifeh-Dick and Steve Hackett, have always played a vital role within the family's team. Since Herman and Gail's passing, Lori and Steve's roles have grown and they are continuing the family's legacy.
Greenbrier's mission has always been to provide a meaningful lifestyle to all who live under its roof. The dedication to home, family and community makes the difference at Greenbrier Village.
Beauty, comfort, dedication, experienced staff, exceptional services and amenities, restaurant style dining and enhanced social opportunities are all reasons why residents are living life to the fullest at Greenbrier Village.
Greenbrier Village which is home to Assisted Living, The Homes of Greenbrier and Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is located in the center of Enid's medical community and sits on approximately 15 acres of land located off HWY 412.
Burgundy Place, Greenbrier's senior independent apartments, is located off campus just north of the Village and is close in proximity to hospitals, doctor's offices, restaurants, grocery stores, and gas stations. Burgundy Place sits on 3 acres of land and has an outdoor Gazebo that is used for social gatherings or special occasions. Walking paths stretch along Willow Road which allow residents the opportunity for outdoor exercise.
Greenbrier Village is uniquely designed to provide the most appropriate level of housing and services through each of its five levels of care: Burgundy Place (senior independent apartments), Assisted Living, The Homes of Greenbrier, Rogers Home (memory support) and Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.