Healthcare

destination-living_healthcare1Jackson County residents receive superior care through the Singing River Health System (SRHS) that provides comprehensive services in current facilities. The mission of Singing River Health System is to improve the quality of life in the community by delivering world-class health care and wellness services.

 

Singing River Health System is the major health care center for Jackson County, Mississippi and surrounding areas. The hospital system was established in 1931 as Jackson County Hospital;
the first community owned and operated hospital
in Mississippi.Ocean Springs Hospital

 

Since 1931, Singing River Health System has grown significantly in size and services and now includes Singing River Hospital in Pascagoula with 435 licensed beds, Ocean Springs Hospital with 136 beds, and a number of community primary care clinics known as SRHS Clinics. Singing River Medical Park in Pascagoula and Ocean Springs Medical Park in Ocean Springs offer a full range of outpatient services in modern, state of the art facilities.

 

The health system provides services through the Regional Cancer Center, the Neuroscience Center, Heart and Vascular Services, Women’s & Children’s Services, Inpatient and Outpatient Rehabilitation Services, Hospice of Light, Behavioral Health Services, Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center, 24-hour Emergency Services and many more. The health system is able to treat almost any condition except providing transplants.

 

In economic terms, SRHS is one of the largest employers on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Our team of approximately 2,600 employees and more than 300 physicians is committed to providing you exemplary health care so that you, too, will consider Singing River Health System “your” hospital for serving all your health care needs.

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