The Comanche County Memorial Hospital Foundation Circle of Caring Program was established to shine a spotlight on exceptional caregivers who may otherwise go unnoticed. When a gift of thanks is made in honor of any hospital employee, they get a lapel pin to show that...read more
During the evening broadcast, MedWatch reporter Makenzie Burk informs you about new advances in medications, tests and procedures to diagnose and treat all types of illnesses. She also gives you suggestions from the nation’s leading health experts about how to avoid or manage common injuries and illnesses.
MedWatch airs about the middle of the evening news broadcasts
Monday – Saturday, 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. and Sunday, 5:30 and 10:00 p.m.
The Annual Jim Thorpe Inpatient Rehab Reunion is held every year to celebrate the success of their rehab patients. Each year a courage award is given to the patient who has shown the most strength and perseverance. That patient this year was Gloria Dille. 83 year old...read more
The Jim Thorpe Inpatient Rehabilitation Center at Comanche County Memorial Hospital offers occupational, physical and speech therapy. Therapists use the Easy Street to help patients return back to daily activities. Wilson Ponce is 31, and has already suffered two...read more
October is breast cancer awareness month and Comanche County Memorial Hospital, is the only hospital to offer the fastest testing for breast cancer in southwest Oklahoma. In the past when a patient had a mammogram and a lump was found, the tissue taken from the biopsy...read more
Whether you're running the Spirit of Survival to be healthy or to honor someone you know who has cancer, the proceeds all go to the same place--The Cancer Centers of SWOK. Jennifer Cox has done the Spirit of Survival for the past few years, but this year's race is...read more
The Cancer Centers of SWOK serve patients from Altus, Lawton and Duncan. For patients who can't drive themselves to treatment, there's another way to get there. It's through the free transportation service the centers provide. Billie...read more
Back to school means fall sports are kicking off. But that also means an increase in sports related injuries. Memorial Medical Group is offering a free sports injury clinic for those players who get hurt and want to get back on the field. This time of year, orthopedic...read more
It's back to school for kids everywhere, which means time to stock up on school supplies. One thing your child is going to need is a backpack, but doctors say not all backpacks are created equal. Dr. Wayne Johnson, an orthopedic surgeon...read more