Stone County Hospital

News & Events

  • National Doctor’s Day – March 30

    National Doctor’s Day – March 30 Stone County Hospital would like to say THANK YOU to our outstanding team of doctors. You make it possible for us to provide critical medical care to our neighbors in Stone County and the surrounding area.

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  • March Employee Anniversaries

    March EMPLOYEE ANNIVERSARIES: Thank you for your years of service! Tammy Harrell: 10 years of service, Angela Littlefield: 8 years, Loretta Box: 7 years, Sabrina Christopher: 5 years, Mitchell Lawrence: 5 years, Adam Brenner: 4 years, Maria Johnson: 3 years

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  • “Biggest Loser” Weight Loss Classes

    with Rebecca Harris, FNP-C If you are ready to lose weight and improve your overall health this year, then join our “Biggest Loser” weight loss support group. Family Nurse Practitioner Rebecca Harris is leading a four-month program modeled after the popular TV show, The Biggest Loser. During each session, you will learn important nutrition tips,...

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  • SCH New Partnership with Memorial Hospital’s Stroke Center

    SCH New Partnership with Memorial Hospital’s Stroke Center Time is critical when assessing and treating a stroke. Patients need to receive specialized care within the first hour of arrival to the hospital. Technology linking Stone County Hospital’s Emergency Department to neurologists at Memorial Hospital in Gulfport is helping decrease the time to assess and begin...

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  • SCH Employee of the Year – Cindy Bates, Dietary Director

    SCH Employee of the Year Cindy Bates, Dietary Director Joan Strayham, Chief Executive Officer, and David Burkart, Chief Operating Officer, honored Cindy Bates, Dietary Director, as the hospital’s 2015 Employee of the Year. Cindy was nominated by David for her pride in her job, impeccable attention to details, especially patient’s special requests, positive attitude and...

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    Did you know… Our staff of approximately 30 EMTs and paramedics is nationally registered, with most of our personnel having 7-10 years of experience. Many of them are life long residents of Stone County, and several hold positions with the fire service and law enforcement here. Our advanced life support ambulances are stocked with cardiac...

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    In a ceremony held on January 27, Stone County Hospital donated an ambulance to Camp Shelby to help them train their EMT students. Colonel Sean Klahn, Lieutenant Colonel Dean Adkins and Seargent First Class Joseph Tullos accepted the donation from Ambulance Services Director Joe Pol. The unit had been taken out of the regular ambulance...

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