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.

Business as Usual During CCMH Emergency Department Expansion

Business as Usual During CCMH Emergency Department Expansion

In just a little over a month, work will begin on the expansion project for Comanche County Memorial Hospital's Emergency Department.

Bids have been approved by the Board of Trustees and contractors selected. Joe D. Hall was awarded the construction contract and WHR was the selected architecture firm. WHR was also the firm who designed the Leah M. Fitch Cancer Center and The Outpatient Center.

Dr. Robert Hillis Announces Retirement After 50 Years

Dr. Robert Hillis announces retirement after 50 years

After 50 years of serving the women and children of Southwest Oklahoma, Obstetrician/Gynecologist Robert Hillis, MD has announced his retirement. 

At a retirement reception held on Tuesday, Dr. Hillis was recognized for his many contributions to the community — one of which is having delivered over 13,000 babies during his career!

New Cardiologist Joins Heart & Vascular Center

New Cardiologist Joins Heart & Vascular Center

CCMH would like to welcome noninvasive, board certified cardiologist Srilatha Ayirala, MD to the Heart & Vascular Center.

Oklahoma Project Woman

Oklahoma Project Woman (OPW) is a statewide program that provides free mammograms, diagnostic procedures and surgical services for Oklahomans with no health insurance and limited income. Those who qualify for the OPW program may receive a voucher to pay for a mammogram, breast ultrasound and other breast testing procedures.

Lawton Community Health Center (LCHC) is a participating healthcare institution in collaboration with the OPW. To qualify, you must:

New ACA Outreach Coordinator Ready to Help the Working Uninsured Find Coverage

October 1 marked the first open enrollment period of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) state-based Health Insurance Marketplace. Many may find themselves unsure as to who is required to get coverage, who is exempt and perhaps not clear how or if the ACA will affect them at all. 

Lynette Wallace, ACA Outreach Coordinator at Lawton Community Health Center is here to help clear up any confusion and help individuals find insurance that is affordable.