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- Select - Where the Need is Greatest Chapel Fund Children's Starlight Fund Diabetes Fund Emergency Room Renovation Fund Endowment Fund Heart and Vascular Fund Laboratory Medical & School of Medical Technology Fund McMahon Tomlinson Nursing and Rehabilitation Fund NEEDS (Needy Employee Emergency Disaster Service) Fund NERSE (Nursing Education Research Scholarship Endowment) Fund Southwest Oklahoma Cancer Centers Fund-Leah M. Fitch Cancer Center Fund Starlight Children’s Fund WALK (Wellness and Lawton Kids) Fund Women’s Imaging Rehabilitation Fund
Together, Comanche County Memorial in Lawton, Duncan Regional in Duncan, and Jackson County Memorial in Altus combined their resources and expertise to create a new tradition in health care - Cancer Centers of Southwest Oklahoma . With the construction of new facilities and expanded cancer treatment centers in each community, patients can receive the care they need close to home.
This fund was created for the purpose of constructing and equipping the Martha Lou Lawson Chaplaincy Center . Contributions are used to support the ongoing needs of the Hospital Chaplain and Chaplaincy Program initiatives.
The Children's Starlight Fund was established in 2005 by the Comanche County Memorial Hospital Foundation to provide an ongoing source of funding for the continual enhancement of pediatric services. Serving nearly 800 children each year, CCMH is the regional referral center for children from 13 counties in Southwest Oklahoma.
This fund supports education and treatment of people diagnosed with diabetes. Funds are used primarily for the purchase of blood glucose monitoring equipment and supplies for disease management.
This fund consists of undesignated contributions to the Foundation which can be used where the need is greatest.
Through the Creation of a Center for Career Development, this program offers scholarships to students pursuing careers in the healthcare field.
This fund is supported by contributions made through the purchase of individualized brass leaves placed on the Memory Tree in the McMahon Tomlinson Nursery Center. These contributions allow an individual to permanently honor a loved one, while supporting special needs and programs of the McMahon Tomlinson Nursing Center.
This fund was created to help support the provision of medications to indigent patients who cannot afford to purchase necessary prescriptions. Approximately 1,000 prescriptions a month are provided to qualified recipients through Comanche County Memorial Hospital.
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This fund was established in December 2004 to support the SANE program with ongoing needs.
This fund was established in 2004 to assist with initiatives geared toward addressing the childhood obesity epidemic to include the WALK (Wellness And Lawton's Kids) program and others as approved by the Board.
This fund is a permanent endowment fund established by R. Nathan Grantham in 2004 to promote recruitment and retention of quality nursing personnel. The fund will help support 1) continuing education and professional development, 2) Scholarships for nursing students and 3) support for research as recommended by the NERSE Committee.
This fund provides for the Lawton Public Schools Hugh Bish Extended Day Preventive Lifestyles for Active Youth program which is a strategy of the Childhood Obesity Taskforce.
This program is designed to provide emergency assistance to employees faced with catastrophic life events. This fund is supported primarily from contributions made by hospital employees.
This is a permanently restricted fund. Only interest income from this fund is used to support Foundation projects.
This fund is a permanent endowment fund established in 2003 to support the ongoing needs of the Laboratory and School of Medical Technology.
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