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 harming a patient in the 11 topic areas.
A Surgical Solution for Heartburn without Incisions – Now Being Performed At Missouri Delta Medical Center
What may have seemed like science fiction, surgery without an incision, is now a reality that is giving back patients suffering from chronic acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) a normal life.
Sikeston, Missouri – Missouri Delta Medical Center has joined a growing number of Missouri businesses by becoming a Missouri Breastfeeding Friendly Worksite. Breastfeeding friendly employers proactively support employees who choose to breastfeed their infants.
Sikeston, MO-February 26, 2018 – Jason Schrumpf, FACHE, MBA, PT, president/CEO of Missouri Delta Medical Center, recently became a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE®), the nation’s leading professional society for healthcare leaders.
On New Year’s Day, several parents welcomed a little bundle of joy into the world. One of those babies was born right here in the Heartland.
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.
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.
Great news for all of our patients in Chaffee–Walter Johnston, FNP is now accepting patients of all ages!
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.