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An estimated 333,490 new cases of breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in both men and women during 2021. Join CCMH in rising above breast cancer. #CCMHgoesPink

CCMH still requires everyone who enters the hospital or clinics to wear a mask. Only procedure masks or N-95 masks are allowed. No cloth masks, bandanas, gaiters, etc. will be permitted. The temperature screenings at the entrances and our current visitation policy are still in effect at the hospital.

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Browse through our Provider Directory to find a provider suited to your medical needs, or call the Central Appointment line at (580) 510-7030.

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Important ANNOUNCEMENT

Comanche County Memorial Hospital was recently notified by the former pharmacy benefits vendor, Magellan Health, for its employee health plan that it was the victim of a criminal ransomware attack in April 2020. Magellan Health hired outside investigators to determine the type of data that was accessed. Some of the health information of the benefit plan members was accessed as a result of that event, including some member names, addresses, payment, and health insurance account information, as well as treatment information. Each individual whose data was involved has been notified by mail. We have been advised that Social Security numbers and other financial information were not included in the data breached in the event. If you have any questions, please contact our privacy officer at 580-585-5505.

To view the sample letter sent to members click here: Magellan Health Notification Letter

CCMH FOUNDATION

Long-term, community service is at the heart of Comanche County Memorial Hospital. This broad mission, which places accountability to the community over individual profit, is the chief difference between investor-owned health businesses and not-for-profit health care organizations.