Southeast Missouri’s first Adolescent Behavioral Health Unit Opens Wednesday (5-13-2020)

Standard-Democrat Leonna Heuring SIKESTON — The 15-bed Adolescent Behavioral Health Unit at Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston officially opens Wednesday, providing specialized services closer to home for Southeast Missouri residents. “Historically, if an adolescent comes through our hospital and we place them somewhere, they are either going to Springfield, Mo.; Nevada, Mo.; or they’re […]

Missouri Delta Receives Patient Safety Award from Missouri Hospital Association

The Missouri Hospital Association (MHA) recently recognized Missouri Delta Medical Center with the “Most ZERO HARM Measures Award” and announced they are in the top 10% of Hospitals participating in The Hospital Improvement Innovation Network (HIIN).  This award specifies that Missouri Delta Medical Center has either achieved and/or sustained the longest duration of time without […]

Hospital Ball takes on Haunting Theme for October 28th Event

The 2017 Missouri Delta Foundation Ball promises to be a wicked affair. With its “Halloween Haunt” theme, guests are encouraged to wear dark elegance or gothic glam attire during the Oct. 28 event at the Sikeston Armory. Because the Ball Committee chose an event date close to Halloween, organizers decided to incorporate the holiday into […]

Missouri Delta Implements New Electronic Health Record System

September 21, 2017 As part of the commitment to provide the highest quality of care possible to Sikeston and the surrounding communities, Missouri Delta Medical center has partnered with Cerner to implement a suite of health care information technology (IT) software solutions.

A New Website

You may have noticed we have a new website! We are always aiming to make the lives of our patients easier and more convenient. Explore our extensive list of services, use the search bar to find a specialist, and follow our blog for hospital news and healthy tips all year long.

Combating Allergies

Fall allergies got you down? Once the pollen and ragweed find it, it seems like they never go away. Especially as the seasons change, the coughing, scratchy throat, and itchy eyes become a part of daily life. Here are a few remedies to help you cope!