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.
The approach to treatment in the Adolescent Behavioral Health Unit is based on current medical research and customized to meet the individual needs of the patient with a variety of therapies, services and medication management.
When Sikeston resident Amy Evans recently called to make a doctor’s appointment for her teenage son, she learned he could be seen through a virtual visit.
As your community hospital, it is important that we keep you informed and confident in what we are doing to respond to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 Pandemic. These are extraordinary times for public health.
The Missouri Delta Medical Center COVID-19 Task Force is working closely with local health officials, State Department of Public Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Missouri Hospital Association (MHA) to respond to any potential COVID-19 cases in our area. We have strong infection control policies, procedures, and systems in place to screen and treat patients. We are committed to keeping our patients, staff, and community safe.