The Auxiliary is an important part of the life of AMH. Several volunteers work many hours in the Auxiliary Gift Shop, greeting people at the Information Desk, distributing flowers and newspapers, checking patients in during the Outpatient Clinics and offering a friendly smile or kind word to patients and their families. Being a volunteer is a rewarding experience. All ages are invited to volunteer and young adults ages 13 - 18 can also participate in the Volunteen Program. All proceeds that the Auxiliary raises are donated back to the hospital for equipment. To volunteer your services, please call Pam Chitwood, Volunteer Coordinator, at 580.622.8203.
Arbuckle Memorial Hospital relies upon the good judgment and generosity of Murray County residents for its very existence.
In 1996, 2001 and 2006, Murray County overwhelmingly voted in favor of keeping Arbuckle Memorial Hospital open with a one-cent sales tax. Because of these much needed and greatly appreciated funds, Arbuckle Memorial Hospital is meeting the financial needs of operating and improving our facility and services, as well as recruiting high-quality physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals.
- Arbuckle Memorial Hospital treats over 5,000 emergencies each year, including heart attack and stroke.
- In a life and death difference, the next nearest hospital is more than 30 miles away.
- With a local hospital, seniors can easily access the healthcare they need.
- Thousands of Murray County children receive free health care at Arbuckle Memorial Hospital.
Mission: To enhance the quality of healthcare of Murray County through financial support to Arbuckle Memorial Hospital.
The Murray County Healthcare Foundation (MCHF) is a non-profit 501(c)3 tax deductible corporation, formed in Dec. 2006 by a group of caring individuals. It was organized to operate exclusively for charitable purposes to benefit healthcare in Murray County through donations to Arbuckle Memorial Hospital.
The foundation is governed by a Board of Directors, made up of community members. This Board oversees the management of all contributions ensuring they are used for their intended purpose of improving the healthcare in Murray County.
MCHF welcomes your gift in any amount. To make a gift or receive additional information about giving opportunities, please contact the foundation office.
MURRAY COUNTY HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION (MCHF)
P.O. BOX 1138
SULPHUR, OK 73086
Do you ever have trouble finding just the right gift? A memorial or honor gift is a caring way to remember or honor family members and friends.
Honor giving allows you to recognize milestones like anniversaries or birthdays with a gift that truly keeps giving. It is always the perfect size and the answer for someone who has everything.
Even after death your friends and loved ones live on in your thoughts. What better way to remember them than with a gift that offers hope and health to others?
When you make an honor or memorial gift, the individual or family will be immediately notified of your thoughtfulness. A special card will be sent to the person(s) you wish to honor or remember, indicating that you have remembered them in this special way.
Contributors and their honorees will also be recognized in the Memorial/Tribute Book located in the front lobby of the hospital. The amount of your contribution will be kept confidential.
All honor and memorial gifts help equip the new Arbuckle Memorial Hospital while allowing you to recognize individuals important to you.
Please click on the link for the Memorial/Honorarium Form.
Your contribution to the "Caring Starts With Me" Capital Campaign will help ensure that our vision to build a state-of-the-art facility with top-notch equipment becomes a reality for the people of Murray County. We all want the best for our family, friends, and neighbors – especially when it comes to our health. Charitable giving is one of the key components to accomplishing this goal.
The new hospital building has a donor recognition wall to proudly display the names of our generous contributors.
Please consider making a donation to the
Murray County Healthcare Foundation's
"Caring Starts with Me" Campaign