Safety is our Top Priority

At North Mississippi Health Services, your safety is our top priority. We are doing everything possible to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

See below headings for specific safety measures being taken at various locations and services throughout our system.

Radiology Services

Screening, Diagnostic and Procedures

Radiology services at North Mississippi Medical Center locations are now fully resumed, including screenings.

What We’ve Always Done to Keep You Safe

  • Washing our hands before and after every patient.
  • Cleaning equipment between every patient.

Additional Measures We are Taking

  • All employees and providers must wear a mask
  • Employees, providers and patients are all screened for temperature and symptoms at the door
  • Employees and providers attest daily that they are symptom-free
  • More in-depth cleaning and disinfecting after a COVID-19 patient is cared for in our facility
  • Strategic spacing in waiting rooms or asking patients to wait in their cars until time for their appointment
  • Only one visitor or caregiver allowed per patient (if necessary)

Thank you for your patience while we worked to slow the spread of COVID-19. Now that regulations have changed, we are looking forward to serving you again.

Please don’t let fear keep you from getting needed health care screening and treatments. We are working to provide our patients with the safest care possible while continuing to limit the spread of illness and fulfilling our mission of continuously improving the health of the people of our region.

Clinic Locations

We are still here for you!

And we’re working to keep you safe during in-person appointments

  • Screening all patients, visitors and employees using CDC recommendations for symptoms and
    exposure risk.
  • Offering several options for virtual care to minimize exposure – www.nmhs.net/virtual-care.
  • Wearing personal protective equipment while providing patient care.
  • Redesigning waiting rooms and check-in processes to ensure social distancing.
  • Implementing additional techniques to disinfect all equipment and surfaces.

What You Can Do

You play an important role in your own safety, so please partner with us by:

  • Contacting your doctor’s office before your appointment if you are experiencing:
    • Temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher
    • Chills
    • Cough
    • Muscle pain
    • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
    • Sore throat
    • New loss of taste or smell
  • Download the MyChart app to make it easier for us to communicate with you.
  • Help us socially distance by attending your visit alone if possible. One caregiver per patient may accompany you if needed.
  • Masks are required. We strongly encourage you to bring your own mask.
  • Bring these important items:
    • List of medications
    • ID
    • Insurance card
    • Form of payment
    • Refill requests
  • Arrive 15 minutes before your appointment to undergo screening precautions.
  • Stay safe by performing proper hand hygiene, wearing face masks and practicing social distancing.

Surgical Services

Your Connection for Emergent and Elective Surgeries

We will be following the latest safety precautions and guidelines set forth by the State of Mississippi and Alabama in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Safety Precautions

We’re backed by our experience and results, and our safety precautions have never been stronger:

  • These precautions include screening of physicians and staff involved in patient care. All surgical patients and their designated visitor will undergo a COVID-19 screening upon arrival.
  • Patients will receive a mask. Visitors are required to wear the masks for the duration of their visit. We will continue to observe social distancing in public areas.
  • Our visitation policy for inpatients allows one designated visitor per day for surgical patients. Visitation is limited to one visitor (the patient's designated driver) before and after surgery for outpatient surgical patients. The visitation policies protect patients and staff from the spread of COVID-19.

Our additional safety measures will be in place as long as needed to reassure the public that it is safe to access care at our facilities.

We want to hear from you.

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