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Miss. children’s hospital plans $150 million expansion

JACKSON — University of Mississippi Medical Center officials say they’re planning a $150 million expansion of Batson Children’s Hospital to make room for more operating rooms, an imaging center, clinics and a revamped neonatal intensive care unit. Gov. Phil Bryant endorsed the project in Wednesday’s State of the State speech. In a pre-speech briefing, Bryant […] [...]

Local, state, federal officials launch Singing River Hospital probe

PASCAGOULA — The Jackson County district attorney’s office, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the state auditor’s office are looking into allegations of misconduct by officials with Singing River Health System. Singing River has been under constant fire since it was made public that the health system stopped paying into its retirees’ pension fund in […] [...]

Singing River Health System sues KPMG: ‘colossal’ error

GULFPORT — Singing River Health System says it has sued its former accounting firm, KPMG LLP, accusing it of $88 million dollars in mistakes. Singing River said in a news release that the federal lawsuit accuses the national accounting firm of breach of contract, negligence and professional malpractice, the Sun Herald reported. “KPMG’s abject, egregious […] [...]

SRHS trustees won’t to step down

PASCAGOULA — Members of the Singing River Health System Board of Trustees say they will not resign. The Jackson County Board of Supervisors called for the resignations Monday. Supervisors had said the resignations would restore faith in the health system, which has been embroiled in controversy over its handling of an employee pension plan. Hospital […] [...]

William Carey University gets donation for pharmacy school

BILOXI — William Carey University has received a $125,000 pledge toward establishing a pharmacy school on its Biloxi campus. The school says in a news release the money from the Leo W. Seal Family Foundation will be distributed over a five-year period with $50,000 provided immediately. William Carey officials say the school will be located […] [...]

Sanderson Farms Championship announces $1.1M gift to Children’s Heart Center

The philanthropic arm of the PGA Tour’s Sanderson Farms Championship Tuesday presented $1.1 million to the five-year-old Children’s Heart Center at Batson Children’s Hospital. The contribution from the PGA Tour event’s host sponsor, the nonprofit Century Club Charities, will help the space-squeezed Children’s Heart Center reach its expansion goals of 20 to 24 additional beds, […] [...]

Cantel Medical acquires Ridgeland’s Pure Water Solutions, Inc.

Cantel Medical Corp. (NYSE: CMN) has announced that it acquired the assets of Pure Water Solutions, Inc. for a purchase price of $11.9 million in cash consideration.  Headquartered in Ridgeland, Pure Water Solutions provides water purification and treatment services for commercial and industrial, laboratory and medical customers out of eight regional offices throughout the Southeastern United States.  The company […] [...]

Mississippi Board of Psychology launches two new online services

by Published: December 30,2014

Tags: Business, healthcare, Helen Edwards, Mississippi, NEWS, psychology

JACKSON — The Mississippi Board of Psychology is pleased to announce two new online payment services now available for licensed psychologists. Requests for Written Verification of Licensure and Requests for Duplicate Certificates can now be submitted and paid for online. These services are also available for use on mobile devices and tablets. “The Board is very excited to add these new online […] [...]

Univ. of Miss. med center to get fitness centers

JACKSON — The University of Mississippi Medical Center will take over a chain of fitness centers in the Jackson area, partly accepting them as a gift and partly purchasing them. The College Board approved a plan Monday where UMMC will pay $9.26 million for Courthouse Racquet & Fitness, whose real estate is valued at $10.5 […] [...]

Baptist Golden Triangle approved for renovations

by Published: December 22,2014

Tags: Business, Columbus, Golden Triangle, healthcare, Mississippi, NEWS

COLUMBUS — Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle has won state approval for part of a planned overhaul. The Mississippi State Department of Health said in a news release that it has approved a certificate of need allowing the Columbus hospital to move its pharmacy, enlarge an existing operating room and build space for a satellite pharmacy […] [...]

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