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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.

Expanding for You

On January 6th construction will begin on Comanche County Memorial Hospital’s new state-of-the-art  Emergency Department.

While there will be a lot of activity over the next 18 months we would like to assure you that there will be no interruption of services during this time with one exception - access to the emergency department from the main entrance.

Spirit of Giving

The CCMH Foundation was established to support the charitable mission of Hospital.  There are numerous hospital funds that can be designated to, or undesignated donations can also be made to the general fund to be used where the need is greatest.  All donations are 100% tax deductible and receipts are provided for tax purposes.

Meet Our Pedorthist

Meet our Pedorthist - Matt Hudson

Lawton MediEquip is proud to announce new products and services now available to you by Board Certified Pedorthist Matt Hudson including:

A Chance to Break Free from Smoking

Comanche County Memorial Hospital offering community a chance to break free from smoking

Throughout the year, Comanche County Memorial Hospital offers FREE, seven-week tobacco cessation clinics to the community.

The Freedom From Smoking program meets on Tuesday evenings from 5:30 - 6:30 PM in the Maple 1 conference room located at CCMH.

CCMH's Finest Recognized at Annual OHA Convention

Comanche County Memorial Hospital would like to recognize Urologist Scott Michener, MD and Volunteer Dorothy Hicks. Both were honored at the Annual Oklahoma Hospital Association Convention for their compassion and service to our patients and their fellow CCMH family. We are proud to have them as part of our team.

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