News

Dr. Boatsman named Chair to OBI Board of Directors

Although pathologist Richard Boatsman, MD retired in 2012, he continues to serve the state and our community by being active on multiple boards. We would like to congratulate Dr. Boatsman on his most recent appointment as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI).
 

CCMH recruiting employees

CCMH is excited to announce the formation of a Patient and Family Partnership Council for Quality and Safety (PFPCQS). The council will consist of members from the community as well as the hospital working to improve patient safety and education.

The goal is to create a CCMH council that will be reflective of the diverse communities we serve in terms of income level, racial and ethnic makeup, health status and religion, to name a few. The council will be composed of patients, family members and/or friends of patients and community leaders, as well as health care professionals

CCMH residency program begins July 1

CCMH is pleased to announce the addition of two new residency programs Emergency Medicine and Family Practice Medicine, both working in partnership with the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine.

According to Ben Cooper, MD, Administrative Physician, CCMH had been looking to recruit emergency medicine physicians who would work and live in the community.

"It was decided that the best way to accomplish this was to recruit physicians during their residency — and what better way than to have our own residency program."

SoS KickOff

The SOS Kick-off will take place on Tuesday, July 1 at 6 pm in the CCMH Atrium Garden. This years’ event will not only focus on training to RUN, but will focus on training to WALK any of the events of the SOS.

Take the Spirit of Survival Challenge

Are you in need of a tune-up? Would you like to get in better shape or start a running program but don’t know how? Or are you already a walker or runner who just wants to improve. Some people just need the motivation and inspiration of others to stay accountable and stick with the program. If any of these describe you, then this event is for you!

The 2014 Spirit of Survival will take place on October 5, and although it seems like a long way away, if you’re planning to walk or run in one of our certified events, it’s time to break out those shoes and start training.

Center for Wound Care Delivering Excellent Outcomes

Center for Wound Care Delivering Excellent Outcomes

Since opening its doors in 2004, CCMH's Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine has treated over 3,500 patients suffering from chronic wounds caused by diabetes, circulatory problems, or many other conditions. Studies have shown that specialized wound care treatment accelerates wound healing, reduces amputation rates, and helps patients avoid hospitalization. On an outpatient basis, our specially trained staff provides the care needed to help you resume a healthy, active lifestyle.

New Technology at CCMH Helps Keep Patients Close to Home

New Technology at CCMH Helps Keep Patients Close to Home

Some who have had to receive treatment for an irregular heart rhythm may have had to go to Oklahoma City to receive certain electrophysiology (EP) tests. CCMH is very proud to announce that this technology is now available with the opening of our new catheterization/ EP lab.

CCMH and Goodyear Partner for a Healthier Community

CCMH and Goodyear Partner for a Healthier Community

Comanche County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) is proud to announce our partnership with Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company to manage and operate the Goodyear Family Medical Center.  

CCMH has been serving Goodyear families for over 30 years through our hospital services and now welcomes the opportunity to serve their medical needs through family care and preventive medicine.

Working in collaboration with Goodyear, we will provide primary care and same day appointments for sick visits and also offer preventive services and health and wellness programs.    

Zumba for Heart

CCMH is teaming up with hospitals across the nation and local partners to help spread the message about the unique signs and symptoms of heart attacks in women.

Join us to Zumba for Heart and also learn the Make the call Dance — a catchy, healthy and effective way to remember the warning signs of a heart attack.

The 9-1-1 Make the Call Don't Miss a Beat Celebration is a nationwide movement to make women aware of the seven unique symptoms of a heart attack in women. 

$50 Calcium Scoring Now Available

$50 Calcium Scoring Now Available

A cardiac calcium scoring is a noninvasive, painless test to determine a person's risk for heart disease and stroke. By utilizing a CT (computed tomography) scanner, a screening can be performed to check for calcium deposits in the coronary arteries. A build up of calcium deposits can cause narrowing of the blood vessels, decreasing the amount of blood and oxygen to the heart which could cause stroke or heart attack.

CCMH's Heart & Vascular Center is now providing this potentially life-saving screening for only $50.

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