Natchez Regional Medical Center
Natchez, MS 39120
- (601) 443-2723
- (601) 443-2723
With a continued emphasis on progressive care, Natchez Regional Medical Center has grown to keep pace with the changing needs of patients and the rapidly advancing technology of modern health care. Natchez Regional Medical Center opened as a nonprofit hospital on April 18, 1960 under the name of Jefferson Davis Memorial Hospital. The name change occurred in January 1993 to establish the hospital’s position as a referral center for the five Mississippi counties and two Louisiana parishes it serves. Owned by Adams County, the hospital is committed to serving the healthcare needs of its 94,007 population base of citizens.
As a regional medical center, it is our responsibility to not only keep up with technological advances, but to anticipate and stay one step ahead. We are a full-service hospital offering comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services for acute, sub acute and ambulatory care. Licensed for 179 beds, our reputation for delivering high quality health care is validated by our accreditation with the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
Our reputation for delivering high quality health care is validated by our accreditation with the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
Natchez Regional Medical Center has been named the Best Health Facility in the area four years in a row by the local newspaper’s survey, Best of the Best.
Known for its antebellum mansions and sweeping view of the Mississippi River, Natchez combines centuries of history and tradition with modern amenities and convenient, easy living. The city’s residents enjoy a small-town atmosphere free of traffic jams and high rises. Of course, there is more to Natchez than history. In addition to Spring and Fall Pilgrimage Tours, Natchez hosts a number of festivals, parties and parades, St. Patrick’s Day and the holiday season are all reasons to celebrate. Fall brings the Great Mississippi River Balloon Race. Events with cultural flair include Art & Soul, Spring Opera Festival, Natchez Wine and Food Festival, Downtown First Friday Events, and the South’s largest Literary and Cinema Celebration.
The fish are always biting in area lakes and the State Park, and hunting camps abound in the area. Of course, if you prefer antique shopping and strolling the downtown shops, there is plenty opportunity there as well.
To learn more about our beautiful surroundings, check out www.visitnatchez.org.