Pioneer says, ‘We’re here and open’: Reminds citizens healthcare is available

By Amanda McBride

The Choctaw Plaindealer

Photo by Amanda McBride Pioneer Community Hospital of Choctaw encourages patients to continue to come to all of their facilities. Pioneer staff and doctors are still here and seeing patients.  Pictured is part of the Pioneer medical and nursing staff.

Photo by Amanda McBride
Pioneer Community Hospital of Choctaw encourages patients to continue to come to all of their facilities. Pioneer staff and doctors are still here and seeing patients. Pictured is part of the Pioneer medical and nursing staff.

“It’s business as usual. We are continuing to provide the same quality care,” said Allen Gamble, Pioneer Community Hospital of Choctaw administrator.

PCH-Choctaw is reminding the community they are still open to treat patients at all their Choctaw County facilities.

This reminder comes after PCH-Choctaw notified the Choctaw County Board of Supervisors, on January 21, that they are terminating their lease with the county. Pioneer says they will continue to operate the hospital, nursing home, all clinics and physical therapy until August 1.