NERSE Education Fund
To provide funding for nurses and nurse faculty to assist in stopping the nursing shortage.
To provide equipment for Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation facility.
Ladonna Williams NEEDS Fund
To aid CCMH Employees in times of critical need. Applicants must fill out an application to be reviewed by the NEEDS committee. Fund will pay for rent, electric, water, and various other bills as the guidelines state and the committee determines.
Children’s Starlight Fund
This fund encompasses our Women’s and Children’s Services, Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Children’s Starlight Unit. Funds raised go to support technology, equipment, and capital projects as needed.
McMahon Tomlinson Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Funds raised from this fund go to support patient activities, music therapy, capital, technology and equipment as needed. There are still naming opportunities available within the center.
Laboratory & School of Medical Technology Fund
Goes to support our Laboratory Med Tech School Program. It funds books and other learning materials and equipment.
The Histology Fund is for equipment necessary to be used in Histology section of the CCMH Laboratory.
Leah M. Fitch Cancer Center
The Cancer Center Fund supports capital projects, equipment, technology and education as needed.
Eye Institute Fund
Gifts made to this fund go to support ongoing equipment and technology needs for surgical eye procedures and medical eye needs.
Drewry Family Emergency Center
The Drewry Family Emergency Center fund supports capital projects, equipment, and technology. There are several naming opportunities available within the center.
McMahon Center for Breast Health
Providing funding to create the only comprehensive breast imaging center in Southwest Oklahoma. The McMahon Center for Breast Health fund helps support the need for ever-changing technology and equipment.
Heart & Vascular Fund
The Heart and Vascular Fund was established to support the capital and equipment needs for our comprehensive heart care program here at CCMH.
Home Health & Hospice/Pet Peace of Mind
The Home Health & Hospice/Pet Peace of Mind fund was created to support patients in their darkest times. We are able to fulfill small wishes to supporting the need for unpaid for medication for our hospice patients. The Pet Peace of Mind program assists in putting our hospice patients at ease that their loved ones will be fostered, vetted and rehomed upon their passing. Funds are needed for veterinary bills, pet food, medication or other needed items.
Lawton Community Health Center
With nine rural health clinics and two Lawton clinics the Lawton Community Health Center really supports the turning no patient away goal that our founders had for the vision of CCMH at the beginning in 1951. LCHC provides comprehensive patient care to more than 20,000 patients each year. Funding for LCHC provides capital projects, equipment and vehicle transportation to some of our most impoverished patients.
The Chapel Fund helps buy materials for support groups, bereavement support, and other needs as they arise.