Jackson County Memorial Hospital in Altus, Oklahoma is a 99-licensed bed facility in the heart of historic southwest Oklahoma. Jackson County Memorial Hospital is the second largest employer in Jackson County following Altus Air Force Base. With over 800 employees, JCMH is growing its campuses with new services to enhance the health and well-being of its residents. A non-profit organization, JCMH is a trust-authority, governed by a nine-member board of trustees. Jackson County Memorial Hospital began serving the community in 1949 and is accredited by The Joint Commission.
Comprehensive ancillary services include Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Laboratory with blood banking services, Sleep Lab and Rehabilitation Services. Other top-rated services are the Cancer Centers of Southwest Oklahoma, the JCMH Counseling Center, Home Health Products, a durable medical equipment retail store, Home Care, Hospice, and Tamarack Assisted Living Center - a 54-bed assisted living facility. Outpatient clinics include: