Comanche County Memorial Hospital Receives Prestigious International Award

Baby Friendly USA

Albany, NY - Baby-Friendly USA, announces that Comanche County Memorial Hospital has received prestigious international recognition as a Baby-Friendly Designated birth facility.


Hospice Services Now Available

Over the years, Comanche County Memorial Hospital has worked diligently to offer services for virtually every area of medical specialty needed to care for our friends and neighbors here in Southwest Oklahoma.  After offering Home Health Services for over 30 years, today, we are proud to expand our continuum of care to Hospice and Supportive care services.  This will allow patients who need to transition from Home Health care, to end of life care to remain with the compassionate professionals they have come to know and be comfortable with.

Departments across CCMH welcome Volunteens

Monday, June 1, 58 Volunteens descended on CCMH to offer much needed summer volunteer help!

The teens are placed in numerous areas throughout the hospital, to include McMahon Tomlinson Nursing & Rehabilitation Center (MTN&RC).

"Volunteering at CCMH is an excellent opportunity for the teens to prepare for the future, especially if they are interested in going into the healthcare field," said Michelle Callihan, Guest Relations and Volunteer Coordinator.  "The program will expose them to many different areas throughout the hospital."

Comanche County Memorial Hospital is one of America’s Best Hospitals for Heart Care in 2015

2015 women's choice award

Lawton, OK – January 29, 2015 – Comanche County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) earns the 2015 Women’s Choice Award as one of America’s Best Hospitals for Heart Care.  This hospital is one of only 353 hospitals in the United States to qualify for this evidence-based designation, signifying this hospital’s commitment to meeting the highest standards in heart care.

Time capsule removed from ED corner stone

randy segler time capsule

They may not contain items as newsworthy as an 18th century newspaper, 17th century coins or a silver plate possibly engraved by Paul Revere, but the time capsules removed from the CCMH Emergency Department this morning holds items that are valuable to us.

Ambulance Services has successful six months serving Cotton County

walters ambulance

Almost six months ago, CCMH Ambulance Services began offering service to the residents of Cotton County.  According to the Cotton County Emergency Director Shawn Strange, the service has been very successful.

"Ambulance staff members are out in the community for every event and what they are doing has resulted in other county departments stepping up and helping out," said Strange.

Celebrate National Hospice & Home Health Month with a FREE Webinar

Celebrate National Hospice & Home Health Month

CCMH Home Health & Hospice will be hosting a FREE webinar November 19 from 1-3 PM in the Maple 1 conference room at the hospital. Dr. David J. Casarett will be presenting Last Acts: Discovering Possibility & Opportunity at the End of Life. Everyone is invited to attend. Refreshments will be served.

Community invited to grand opening of the new McMahon Tomlinson Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

New McMahon Tomlinson Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

The Comanche County Hospital Authority would like to invite everyone from the community to the grand opening and ribbon cutting of the new McMahon Tomlinson Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on Sunday, November 16, 2014 from 2:00 - 4:00 pm.

Located across from Atwoods at 2007 NW 52nd Street in Lawton, this luxurious 82,000 square foot, state-of-the-art nursing and rehabilitation center features services and amenities never before offered in Southwest Oklahoma.

Cancer Centers offering FREE lung cancer screening

The Cancer Centers of Southwest Oklahoma (CCSO) are excited to offer FREE lung cancer screenings at all three Cancer Center locations!

The low-dose CT (LDCT) lung screening is a new service offered by the CCSO. LDCT is a special CT of your lungs that can pick up very small lung abnormalities. Studies by the National Lung Screening Trial show that, a lung screening can lower the risk of death from lung cancer by 20 percent in people who are high risk.

Breast cancer fast track program at Cancer Centers of Southwest Oklahoma provides faster treatment, alleviates anxiety

Many women diagnosed with breast cancer know that worst part about the process is the waiting. Waiting for the results of their mammogram, waiting to schedule a biopsy, waiting for the pathology report, and then waiting for appointments with the surgeon and oncologist. Comanche County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) and the Cancer Centers of Southwest Oklahoma (CCSO) have alleviated that anxiety with the breast cancer fast track program.