Posts Tagged ‘hospital’

Department of Mental Health doesn’t ask for more state funding

JACKSON — Mississippi’s Department of Mental Health says it can use money it already has to comply with pledges to federal authorities to create more community living spots and spend more on housing. Yesterday, the department told lawmakers it doesn’t need more state money in the budget beginning July 1. The U.S. Department of Justice […] [...]

Baptist Memorial Healthcare lays off workers at two hospitals

BOONEVILLE and NEW ALBANY — Baptist Memorial Healthcare is laying off workers at its Booneville and New Albany hospitals in Mississippi in cost reduction plan. Overall, the Memphis-based hospital system is eliminating 112 jobs from its 15,000-person workforce. Eleven workers will be laid off at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Booneville and three at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County […] [...]

Palmer donates $1M to UMMC’s MIND Center for Alzheimer’s research

JACKSON — Businessman John N. Palmer has donated $1 million to the MIND Center, a University of Mississippi Medical Center institution dedicated to fighting Alzheimer’s disease. Palmer, the chairman and founder of GulfSouth Capital Inc., a Jackson-based private investment firm, presented the gift to the Memory Impairment and Neurodegenerative Dementia Research Center, which is committed […] [...]

Community Health System subsidiary acquires Natchez Regional Medical Center

NATCHEZ — A subsidiary of Franklin, Tennessee-based Community Health Systems Inc. has acquired substantially all of the assets of the 179-bed Natchez Regional Medical Center. Terms were not disclosed. Natchez Regional Medical Center voluntarily filed a Chapter 9 bankruptcy petition in March 2014. Community Health Systems’ subsidiary was the sole and winning bidder in an […] [...]

HCC works deal with MSU Extension Service for land to expand

RAYMOND — Hinds Community College will expand its nursing and allied health programs in Jackson after agreeing to move Mississippi State University Extension Service employees to college property in Raymond. The Hinds County Board of Supervisors voted Sept. 2 to accept the swap. The college will gain use of 11.5 acres and two buildings. President […] [...]

FEMA awards grant to defray costs of moving tornado-damaged hospital

LOUISVILLE — A $1-million federal grant has been awarded to support medical service delivery in tornado-damaged Louisville and Winston County. The Winston County Medical Foundation was awarded the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant for costs associated with the temporary relocation of the Winston Medical Center and the temporary facility to house its health care […] [...]

Foundation, Deaconess donate $200K for inpatient hospice facility

HATTIESBURG — The South Mississippi Home Health Foundation and Deaconess HomeCare and Hospice employees have given $200,000 to help build an inpatient hospice in Hattiesburg. The Forrest General Healthcare Foundation announced the gift Monday to its Asbury Hospice House. Bill Oliver, president of the Forrest General Foundation, says $4.8 million of the $5 million goal […] [...]

Highland Community Hospital signs agreement with Keesler Medical

PICAYUNE — Highland Community Hospital is now Keesler Medical Center’s 25th partner hospital in the National Disaster Medical System after representatives from the medical center and the Forrest General Health System signed an agreement at the Picayune medical facility. Douglas Jones, Forrest General Health System chief operating officer, and Col. (Dr.) Tom Harrell, 81st Medical […] [...]

Board files suit against VA over release of patients’ names

JACKSON — Mississippi’s state Board of Medical Licensure has sued the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs over its refusal to release the names of patients who may have suffered because of the misconduct of a former radiologist at the G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery Medical Center. The VA is apparently still fighting state efforts to get records, […] [...]

Singing River cuts ribbon on renovated Southeast Tower

PASCAGOULA — Singing River Health System (SRHS) has cut the ribbon on the newly renovated Southeast Tower at Singing River Hospital. The completely remodeled facility houses ortho/neuro, surgery, urology, OBGYN and pediatric patients at the hospital. The tower is three floors tall and features 15 rooms on the first floor and 16 rooms on both […] [...]

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