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Our Auxiliary

The Pushmataha Hospital Auxiliary is asking for your help. They are in need of more volunteers. If you can spare a few hours per month we would greatly appreciate it if you you spend those hours with us. Our hours are 10am til 1pm, Monday through Friday. For more information call Karla at Little Dixie RSVP 580-298-2921, or Marjorie 580-298-3944, or Joyce 580-271-0743, or come by the hospital at the hours mentioned above.

The Pushmataha Hospital Auxiliary was organized in the early 1950's by the ladies of Antlers and the surrounding areas. The purpose of the Auxiliary was to assist the hospital in obtaining the equipment and supplies it needs to provide care to the patients and to insure that the employees have the necessary equipment and supplies to do their jobs properly.
Recent purchases by the Auxiliary include laboratory equipment, new mattresses, emergency room equipment, patient tables, diaper changing table, cleaning cart for housekeeping, etc.

We raise money by serving meals to the employees and the general public. The meals are mostly prepared by the kitchen and served by Auxiliary members. The lunches are a complete balanced meal including dessert and a drink for only $5.00.

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At Pushmataha Hospital we strive for excellence in everything we do. We provide quality care to all citizens of all ages. We are looking foward to meeting the changing health care needs of Antlers and the surrounding area. At the same time, we are a stable organization that is financially sound. We involve all of our medical staff through good communication. We support them by trying to meet their professional needs in training, equipment and services. We emphasize good communication with all county citizens who support us financially and through the use of our services. We care about and support our employees through training and education who in turn are caring and committed to our patients and our organization.