McMahon Tomlinson Nursing Rehab Center has been named a Telligen QI Connect™ Community Quality Champion! Recipients of this inaugural Telligen QI Connect™ award utilized relationships to recruit individuals and partner organizations to join together to focus on the most challenging issues facing us all today in this time of COVID-19 and beyond: opioid misuse, increasing access to behavioral health services, ensuring smooth patient transitions with changes in level of care, patient safety, chronic disease prevention and self-care, and nursing home quality.
From its very beginning, the vision for McMahon Tomlinson Nursing Center was to be Lawton’s premier, non-profit nursing center. The facility opened in 1963 after the donation of land by Emma & Curlee Tomlinson and funds from the McMahon Foundation. Since its opening, MTNC has provided outstanding, short-term respite care and long-term residential care.
We are proud that for 50 years we have helped residents improve or maintain their independence, in a home-like environment surrounded with people who genuinely care about their well-being.
To earn the trust, loyalty and respect of those we serve through healthcare leadership and excellence.
To provide safe, compassionate and innovative healthcare which exceeds expectations.
Our Organizational Priorities
- Improve Communication
- Treat Everyone with Respect
- Improve Responsiveness & Attention to Patients & Their Families
- Improve Teamwork
- Enhance the care Experience
Our Principles of Caring
- Anticipate Needs
- Communicate Openly & Honestly
- Promote Mutual Trust
- Provide Exemplary Service
- Put Patients First
- Provide a Safe Environment
- Respect Dignity
- Prepare and Educate
- Exceed Expectations