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The mission of OCH Regional Medical Center is basic: the provision of high quality health care to the people of Mississippi's Golden Triangle and beyond, responding to changing community needs.

We are proud to be the community-focused hospital that treats patients like family in a modern environment where technology is always evolving.

For over 47 years OCH Regional Medical Center has been entrusted with caring for our community. Our mission is simple: to provide high quality health care to the people of Mississippi's Golden Triangle and beyond, responding to changing community health needs.

We are the healers and helpers in our community and aspire to do just that during these unprecedented times—heal and help.

Serving others is at the very core of who we are and that means everyone. Racism, systemic or otherwise, is anti-ethical to the moral responsibilities incumbent upon us as healthcare professionals. OCH supports advancing the conversation of establishing equality and stamping out racial disparities in our community. We ensured our recent Community Health Needs Assessment addresses racial health disparities and are committed to achieving health equity and access by allocating resources to underserved areas.

OCH takes pride in our diverse Board of Trustees and hospital workforce and embrace cultural differences. We will all listen and seek to better understand the current issues within our community, state, and nation.

Whatever challenges lie ahead, you can count on us to remain diligent and steadfast to help and heal our community.

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OCH Clinics

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Babies Delivered

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