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Welcome to the New Copiah County Medical Center

Welcome to Copiah County Medical Center where state-of-the-art medical care meets hometown values.

At CCMC, you will find a caring, supportive, and qualified staff equipped with the latest medical technology to ensure that you and your loved ones are properly cared for through every step of your journey with us.

Whether it is a routine doctor visit or more detailed testing, evaluation, or treatment options, here at Copiah County Medical Center we offer full medical services such as cardiopulmonary, radiology, physical therapy, podiatry, general dentistry, general surgery, reconstructive plastic surgery, and gastroenterology. We also are excited to offer  New Beginnings, our intensive outpatient program.

We look forward to becoming you and your family’s hometown healthcare team today and in the years to come.

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“Copiah County Medical Center saved my life. I am thankful for modern medicine, our local hospital, and another day to enjoy life. Don’t ignore the signs and symptoms of a stroke. Get help quickly.”
Rita McElveen, Stroke Survivor

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Safety First
August 7th, 2018

Injuries occur every day due to a plethora of reasons! Being aware of your surroundings, knowing who to call in the case of an emergency and using resources available to you is key when dealing with an Emergency.  Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 40, but there are many […]

Apparel Sales
July 16th, 2018

Below is the link to purchase CCMC apparel. The online store will be open until July 31st. This apparel is hospital approved and can be worn on Fridays. Proceeds benefit the Community Outreach Committee.  Please share the link with ALL hospital employees.

Sunscreen is a MUST
June 20th, 2018

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. With over 5 million cases diagnosed each year, this disease is reaching epidemic levels. Skin cancer is most often caused by exposure to ultraviolet radiation from sunshine or tanning beds.  Fortunately, the disease is also one of the […]

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