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Delta School-based Clinics

The Mercy Delta Express Project provides mobile school-based health care to children in the South Delta School District, which serves about 1,100 students. As there are no pediatricians for either county, the MDEP seeks to fill this gap in care through the provision of medical, dental and health-education services. Additionally, the MDEP serves as a clinical learning environment for nursing, medical and dental students.

Delta Clinics

Aside from the mobile unit, which is housed at the School of Nursing, the MDEP has in-house clinics at South Delta High School, South Delta Middle School, South Delta Elementary School and the Ripley-Blackwell Head Start Center.

South Delta High School
303 Parkway Ave.
Rolling Fork, MS 39159
Phone: (662) 873-4308

South Delta Middle School
86 Holland St.
Anguilla, MS 38721
Phone: (662) 873-6535

Hours of operation

  • Monday through Friday, school hours

South Delta Elementary School
138 Weathers Ave.
Rolling Fork, MS 39159
Phone: (662) 873-4849

Ripley-Blackwell Head Start Center
Highway 14
Rolling Fork, MS 39159
Phone: (601) 873-4972

Hours of operation

  • Monday through Wednesday, school hours

Nurse Practitioners and Staff

  • Lisa Haynie, PhD, RN, FNP-BC - Project Director
  • Kayla Carr, MSN, RN, FNP-C
  • Gwen Dew, BSN, RN- Ambulatory
  • Ramona Brock, LPN
  • Tammy Fordham-Bell - Health Educator
  • Dabne Hedrick - Patient Services Coordinator
  • Treaise Williams - Patient Services Coordinator

Read more about the Mercy Delta Express Project

01/14/2013: UMMC expands Delta Project with new school-based nursing clinics
01/30/2012: Devotion to community health brings nurse back to rural Mississippi
08/22/2011: MDE Delivers Primary, Oral Health Care to Delta Children
07/19/2011: SON Wins $450K Grant to Provide Services to Delta Schools