To be the best place for patients to receive care, employees to work and physicians to practice medicine.
To be the provider of choice for quality patient care, offered in a safe and professional environment by engaged staff members who are committed to excellence and compassionate care, resulting in operations sustainability and growth.
To serve the residents of southwest Oklahoma and north Texas by meeting and/or exceeding community health care needs and expectations, by providing high quality care while focusing on patient safety and ethical standards in a fiscally responsible manner, in accordance with established and future regulatory compliance guidelines.
Jackson County Memorial Hospital is committed to enhancing the health and well being of the residents in Jackson County. In keeping with this mission, the hospital supports the community by reinvesting time and resources into improving community health. This is Community Benefit.
Jackson County Memorial Hospital contributes to the community in several ways:
- Provides community health and health professions education
- Offers annual health screenings to the community for free or at a reduced cost
- Provides in-kind support through time and talents
- Promotes community-building activities.
As part of our Community Benefit, Jackson County Memorial Hospital is required to identify community health needs by conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). To download the CHNA report Click Here.
The Community Health Needs Assessment was reviewed and approved by Jackson County Memorial Hospital’s Executive Management and Board of Trustees in January 2020.
Community Benefits programs and initiatives are categorized under these headings:
- Community Health Improvement Services
- Health Professions Education
- Subsidized Health Services
- Cash and In-Kind Contributions
- Community Building Activities
An annual summary of Jackson County Memorial Hospital’s Community Benefits is available through a Community Benefit Report.