Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County, a 153-bed facility located in New Albany, Miss., was voted Best Hospital (under 100 beds) by the Mississippi Nurses Association and the Mississippi Nurses Foundation in 2008. Baptist Union County serves the fast-growing Union County community, ranked No. 41 in 2006 in Progressive Farmer Magazine's list of the top places to live in the Southeast.
After becoming part of Baptist Memorial Health Care in 1987, Baptist Union County completed a 70,000-square-foot expansion and renovation project in 1993 that included a new bed tower, surgical and recovery suites, emergency department and convenient patient loading areas. The women's center, renovated in 2008, features advanced birthing facilities, including 10 labor/delivery/recovery rooms, 28 private postpartum rooms and two surgical suites for Caesarean sections. Each year, more than 1,100 babies are born at Baptist Union County.
Baptist Union County is committed to providing patients with advanced diagnostic and therapeutic technology. It was the first hospital in the area to be accredited in mammography by the American College of Radiology. Baptist Union County offers a wide range of services to aid in early detection and enhance quality of life through successful treatment. Even more important, all of the diagnostic and therapeutic procedures are performed by a staff of highly qualified professionals.