SIKESTON, Missouri: April 27, 2023 – Lung cancer is the number one cause of cancer-related deaths, taking more lives than breast, prostate and colon cancers combined (Lung Cancer Alliance Data). Missouri Delta Medical Center is pleased to announce the upcoming acquisition of the Ion endoluminal system. Ion is designed to address a challenging aspect of […]
By Leonna Heuring/Standard Democrat Workers with Boulder Construction on Monday, March 6, 2023, smooth concrete of the drive-thru lane for Benton Community Care Center’s new pharmacy which is under construction at the Missouri Delta Medical Center clinic located off State Highway 77 in Benton. While the clinic remains open during construction, plans are for the […]
SIKESTON, MO (Jan. 23, 2023) – Missouri Delta Medical Center has partnered with Southeast Missouri Food Bank to offer an on-site food pantry for patients. “Missouri Delta Medical Center is excited to work with Southeast Missouri Food Bank,” said Amy Thompson, RN, Population Health Manager at Missouri Delta Medical Center. “Proper nutrition is vital to […]
By Leonna Heuring, The Standard-Democrat SIKESTON — A new Sikeston-based center used to evaluate and treat vestibular and balance disorders is the only of its kind in Southeast Missouri and one of only three in Missouri. In August, Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston introduced the Missouri Delta ReBalance and Dizziness Center. The new program […]
As a not-for-profit hospital, we are required to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) every three years for the geographic area from which a significant number of patients using MDMC services reside.
When a baby dies before it’s born or shortly after, parents often do not have much time with their child or the opportunity to say goodbye.
A new tool that provides the earliest detection and staging of lung cancer will soon be available to Sikeston-area residents.
Missouri Delta Medical Center held a groundbreaking, December 8, 2021, on a state of the art 23,189 square foot, single-story building located on three acres of land adjacent to the existing Bruce Medical Building on Plaza Drive.
Missouri Delta Medical Center now offers the Boston Scientific Ranger drug coated balloon (DCB), which was developed for the treatment of patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) in the superficial femoral artery (SFA) and proximal popliteal artery (PPA).
Missouri Delta was the first hospital in the region to offer Mako SmartRobotics™ for partial knee replacements. “Now we’ve expanded the technology to include total knee replacements,” explains Jason Schrumpf, President, Missouri Delta Medical Center.