CCMH offers Meds to Beds program

  Filling a prescription isn’t something most people want to do right after a hospital stay, which is why Comanche County Memorial Hospital started offering Meds to Beds. Tara DeLonais, a Pharmacist at CCMH, said through the program, patients can get the...

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Haley Wilson

Haley Wilson joined the 7NEWS team back in May of 2016. She reported live from some of the biggest stories in our area before moving to the anchor desk in December of 2019. Along with co-anchoring Good Morning Texoma, she is also the Medwatch reporter.

Haley is a Lawton native and graduated from Cameron University in May 2016. She earned her degree in Communications with a concentration in Radio and Television.

During her time at Cameron University, she hosted Cameron’s sports show, anchored, and reported on the school’s newscasts and wrote for the Cameron Collegian. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her family, go hiking, and watch sports.

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CCMH holds group for those grieving

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CCMH holds No Shave November Competition

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