The University of Mississippi Medical Center is an academic medical center that combines education, research, and health care to improve the health of our state and beyond. We have six hospitals, more than 30 clinics, and more than 200 telehealth sites statewide. All of our health care locations also serve as teaching sites in support of our mission to educate the caregivers of tomorrow.
Four of our hospitals are located on our main campus in Jackson, Mississippi.
University Hospital is the flagship hospital of the University of Mississippi Medical Center. It offers a complete range of primary and specialty care and is home to the state's only Level 1 trauma center. The 256-bed facility provides patients with the latest in medical research, technology, and service advancements.
The only children’s hospital in Mississippi, Batson Hospital is devoted to caring for sick and injured kids. The 130-bed facility includes the state's only pediatric emergency room, pediatric intensive care unit, and cardiac surgery program for pediatric congenital heart defects. The hospital also houses pediatric rehabilitation services, infant intensive care, and children's surgery.
Wiser Hospital provides obstetric and gynecologic services, as well as advanced care for infants through the state's only Level IV neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). It also includes Mississippi's only OB/GYN emergency room, Women’s Urgent Care.
Our critical care hospital offers specialized intensive care for medical, cardiac, surgical, and neuroscience patients. The state's only bone marrow transplant unit is housed here, providing a comfortable setting for a patient's extended stay.
UMMC provides medical outreach through hospital services and clinics in Lexington.
Residents of Grenada County and surrounding areas receive high-quality care close to home. Our 156-bed hospital and our outpatient clinics provide a broad range of health services to adults and children, including specialty care available through the state's only academic medical center.
In addition to our hospitals, UMMC includes University Physicians, the state’s largest medical group representing more than 125 specialties. This network of providers includes more than 1,000 health care specialists and subspecialists.
University Physicians caregivers see patients statewide through our hospitals, clinics, and telehealth locations. Most physicians also serve the future of medicine in their dual roles as UMMC faculty by coordinating groundbreaking research or teaching tomorrow’s health care leaders.