Texas County Memorial Hospital
Texas County Memorial Hospital, opened in 1958, is one of the city’s major employers, pumping millions into the local economy and playing a key role in the area’s healthcare needs. TCMH focuses on primary care needs, featuring the latest in technology such as electronic medical records, MRI, CT, digital radiology and sleep studies. In 2013, TCMH opened a 59,000 square foot, $18 million expansion that included a new emergency, radiology and medical surgical departments. A community safe room was added in 2014, and construction of a new surgery department is currently underway on the hospital campus. TCMH employs physicians who specialize in family medicine, internal medicine, obstetrics, gynecology and general surgery. The TCMH Medical Complex is located on the hospital’s main campus, and a walk-in clinic is available during the week at the Houston clinic.
Located on South Sam Houston Boulevard, the hospital is situated on a 10-acre tract. The hospital also operates clinics in Cabool, Licking and Mountain Grove. Mercy also has physicians on the medical staff at TCMH.
Ambulance bases are at Houston, Licking, Cabool and Mountain Grove. Learn more
- Auxiliary Gift Shop
- Home Health of the Ozarks
- Hospice of Care
- 24-hour Emergency Room with complete line of diagnostic services
- Obstetrical department
- Outpatient clinic featuring specialists
- Walk-in clinic
- Physical therapy department
- Intensive care unit
- Cardiac rehabilitation
- Medivan - Non-emergency transportation system
- Sleep laboratory
- Community safe room
- Healthcare foundation
- Professional counseling
The CoxHealth Systems website.
The Mercy-Springfield website.
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