Northwest MS Regional Medical Center is located in the city of Clarksdale.

Healthcare

Covering Seven Counties with Health Care

Residents can take advantage of Northwest MS Regional Medical Center's comprehensive occupational and physical rehabilitation facility.

Quality healthcare is readily available right here in Coahoma County. Our Northwest MS Regional Medical Center is a hub of medical activity for a seven-county area and offers a wide range of programs and services, including: physical and rehabilitative therapy, specialized surgical services, comprehensive cancer care, obstetrical services which include a new nursery and labor and delivery unit, cardiopulmonary lab, cardiac cath lab, as well as 24-hour emergency care.

State-of-the-Art Equipment and Facilities

NW MS Regional's 194-bed facility has more than 50 physicians on staff, representing 25 specialties including cardiology, neurosurgery and radiation oncololgy. Level 1 trauma care is only minutes away by air and a lighted helipad is located at the hospital.

Diagnostic services include: state-of-the-art CT scanning, MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), lunar bone densitometry, mammography, and ultrasound. The hospital also utilizes a digital imaging process for faster imaging with greater clarity. A new nursing school through Coahoma Community College has just been built in close proximity to the Medical Center.

Other Health Care Facilities

Aaron E. Henry Community Health Services Center has four locations, including the Clarksdale headquarters, clinic, and DARTS transportation system.

Aaron E. Henry Community Health Services Center, Inc. has been answering the call of Delta residents seeking comprehensive, affordable healthcare for themselves and their families for close to 30 years. Aaron E. Henry takes a sweeping approach to improving the health status of our communities. This approach includes services aimed at promoting healthier lifestyles. Complete primary and preventive medical care to dental services, family planning, pediatrics, public transportation, social services, nutritional education, and community outreach are just some of the resources offered to assist people in their everyday lives. Services are billed on a sliding fee scale so everyone, regardless of their income level or their ability to pay, receives the same quality healthcare.