Emergency services are offered 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Our radiology department is leading in technology and excelling in customer service. We are pleased to offer state-of-the-art equipment that includes the first GE Optima X-ray machine in the state and the second 64-slice CT scanner in the state. We are also happy to offer GE Essential Digital Mammography, as well as CCMC’s premier GE Logic Ultrasound. MRI is onsite for your convenience three days per week.
New Beginnings, the intensive outpatient program at CCMC, provides mental health services to adults in Copiah and Lincoln counties who are 50 and older. We use a multidisciplinary team approach that includes a psychiatrist, social worker, program director, activity director, nurse, mental health technician, CNA, transportation drivers, and cooks. New Beginnings provides services such as individual and group therapy, medication management, psychiatric care, and multidisciplinary diagnostic assessment, as well as free transportation, breakfast, snack, and lunch that is provided daily. Each patient is screened to determine appropriate candidacy and works closely with the social worker, nurse, and psychiatrist to determine an individualized treatment plan of care.
At New Beginnings, our priority is to provide the highest quality of care to our patients. Our goal is to provide current evidence-based treatment to treat mental health symptoms and disorders such as depression, hopelessness/helplessness, suicidal or homicidal ideation, anxiety, worry, mood swings, adjustment issues, unresolved grief and loss, stress, and appetite and sleep disturbances. Anyone can refer themselves or someone else to New Beginnings; there does not need to be a physician’s order for a referral. If you have any questions about our services, please call us today at (601) 574-7335.
You can breathe easier knowing Copiah County Medical Center is nearby. Our cardiopulmonary department includes respiratory therapists who are specially qualified in oxygen administration, nebulizer therapy, and outpatient procedures like EKGs, pulmonary function testing, electroencephalograms, and cardiac Holter monitoring. We also offer outpatient infusion services.
After a hospital stay, not everyone has the ability and strength to return to everyday living. That’s why Copiah County Medical Center designed the swing bed program.
Our doctors, nurses, and physical, occupational, and speech therapy teams can make your transition from acute care to swing bed as seamless as possible. Our goal is to get you back on your feet both within and outside our facility. Please ask for details about the Swing Bed Program if you’d like to know more.
Skilled care is available for those whose health problems are too complicated for home care or assisted living after a qualifying hospital stay. Examples of skilled services provided: IV therapy, wound care, respiratory care, PICC insertion and care, physical, occupational, and speech services, daily activities, nutritional support, discharge planning, individualized patient and family education, and more. Patients are given goal-directed therapy 1-2 hours per day at least 5 days per week. All private patient rooms are spacious with a private bathroom and 32-inch flat-screen TV with DirecTV.
Main Hospital Line: (601) 574-7000
Tonya Lofton (Case Management): (601) 574-7343
Lacey Weaver (Social Services): (601) 574-7331
We’re pleased to offer excellent physical, speech, and occupational therapy services. Our inpatient state-of-the-art Physical Therapy Center is brand new and spacious with a private treatment room and the latest equipment to help you get life back to normal. Services can also be performed at our outpatient clinic located at 247 Caldwell Drive!
Why travel to the Metro area when your doctor will come to you? Surgical services offered include: GI procedures, general surgical services, wound care, foot care, plastic surgery, and sedation dental. Ask your doctor if you could benefit from local surgical services.
Mark Wilson M.D. and Stewart Boyd M.D. from GI & Associates
Lee Nicols M.D., F.A.C.S. from Central Surgical Associates
James Phelan D.P.M.
Rick Akin D.M.D. and Blaire Whitehead D.M.D.
David Steckler M.D., F.A.C.S. from The Mississippi Center for Plastic Surgery