The Leah M. Fitch Cancer Center of Southwest Oklahoma is a 23,000 square foot facility located on the south east corner of the Comanche County Memorial Hospital campus and opened its doors to patient s in January 2010. This center offers Medical Oncology and Radiation Oncology services as well as Hematology treatment for blood disorders with a full service Laboratory on site.
Following the patient’s diagnosis and the development of a treatment plan by our Board Certified Physicians treatment will begin by licensed and certified chemotherapy nurses and radiation therapists.
A Nurse Navigator is available to assist patients in their journey through the cancer care system.
IMRT, IGRT, Stereotactic Radiation Treatments, Brachytherapy, Accuboost, Dermatology, Psychosocial Services, CT planning and on-site Physics and Dosimetry services are available in the Lawton cancer center.
Each new patient, upon referral, is screened for appropriate clinical trial availability. Patients that meet the criteria for an available clinical trial are counseled and offered the opportunity to participate by one of our research nurses.
Genetic testing is available via Tele-medicine through our partnership with the OU Health Science Center and Dr. John Mulvihill.
Complimentary transportation is available to and from any Cancer Center of Southwest Oklahoma location upon request.