Atoka County Medical Center is committed to enhancing the health of the communities we serve through outreach efforts focused on quality, compassionate care. By investing in valuable programs and services for the uninsured, underserved and most at-risk populations, Atoka County Medical Center is building healthier communities and strengthening lives in southeast Oklahoma.
Atoka County Medical Center and its longstanding commitment to the community are caring leaders. Together, executive leadership and the Board of Trustees (comprised of community leaders who volunteer their time) contribute their wisdom, insights and expertise to guide the system in providing safe, quality, compassionate care to the community.
Quality MeasuresIn all of our work, for more than 110 years, our commitment to providing high quality health care to residents of Atoka County has been our compass. Our primary focus is to continuously improve and provide very high quality patient care. Above all, we aim to do what is best for our patients … always.
We know you have choices when deciding which hospital is best for you. In these quality web pages, we provide you with new information about the quality and safety of the care we deliver, and we hope to help you make informed decisions about where you go for health care services.
Our hospitals use these measures to improve the quality and safety of patient care by focusing on the actual results of the care we provide.
We hope you take a few minutes to review this information. We are committed to openly reporting quality and patient safety data for our patients and the public. The following principles guide our efforts on your behalf:
We focus on providing information that is important to the public.
We make data understandable to as large an audience as possible.
We present data on measures that we perform well on, as well as on those we are improving on.
We include the most recent comparisons available through the state and federal agencies.
We present data on quality measures that are established by federal government agencies.
We do not change the definition or criteria of the measures.
We present our results even when we may not agree with a measure definition or criteria.
We do not correct data that has been submitted or billed externally unless we also resubmit the data.
We will make every effort to post accurate data in a timely manner.
You can find more information about the data at HospitalCompare.hhs.gov or at Medicare.gov.