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  • Approved Payment Sources For Your Midland Memorial Hospital Bill

    Posted: 01/18/2022

    Due to recent inquiries, we have discovered unapproved payment sources available through searching online. Midland Memorial Hospital (MMH) has several approved methods to pay your bill securely. It is important to note that MMH does not charge processing fees for payments made in-person, by mail, over the phone or online. The approved payment options are below: In-person: a) Abell Hanger Medical Pavilion 200 Andrews Highway, Midland, TX 79701 b)Hospital Cashier Office 400 Rosalind Redfern Grover Pkwy, M...

  • MMH Emergency Department Achieves Level 3 GEDA Accreditation

    Posted: 12/09/2021

    Midland Memorial Hospital has achieved the Level 3 Geriatric Emergency Department Accreditation (GEDA). The GEDA program recognizes emergency departments that provide excellent care for older adults. The accreditation makes the MMH Emergency Department one of only 9 in the State of Texas and only one in the Permian Basin to earn the achievement.   "The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) sets national standards for the practice of Emergency Medicine. Through the GEDA, ACEP works to prov...

  • Midland Memorial Hospital Offers Valet Services

    Posted: 11/12/2021

    Beginning Monday, November 15th, Midland Memorial Hospital will offer valet services at the Scharbauer Tower Main Entrance (Green Entrance). The valet service will be free of charge and offered Monday thru Friday from 6am to 5pm. The service is expected to expand starting November 29th to the Craddick Medical Office Building (Blue Entrance).

  • Monoclonal Antibody Infusion Operation Update

    Posted: 11/09/2021

    Effective immediately,  all patients seeking the Monoclonal Antibody Infusion Treatment will need to contact the Odessa Infusion Center, operated by the State of Texas. The clinic is located at 500 N. Washington, Suite 700 in Odessa.  Appointments can be made by calling 432-640-2022 Criteria for inclusion of the treatment is outlined in the attached flyer. The Outpatient Treatment Center at Midland Memorial Hospital will no longer be administering the monoclonal antibody treatment. We are grat...

  • Midland Health to Participate in Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week, November 7-13

    Posted: 11/05/2021

    Keeping up its tradition of encouraging employees to follow the highest of standards, Midland Health announced today that it will be participating in Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week, organized each year by the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics & Health Care Compliance Association (SCCE & HCCA). As a part of its efforts Midland Health will provide tools and resources to engage employee participation with compliance and ethics awareness.    Corporate Compliance and Ethics...

  • Midland Health Partners with Community Children's Clinic to Offer COVID-19 Vaccines for Ages 5 to 11

    Posted: 11/04/2021

    Midland Health and Community Children's Clinic will be offering a COVID-19 vaccine clinic to those between the age of 5 to 11 at the Community Children's Clinic, located at 1101 E Front Street. The clinic will be held on Monday afternoons and appointments are required.  The recently-approved pediatric dose of the Pfizer vaccine will be available only for those between the ages of 5 to 11. Appointments can be made on the Midland Health Website ( midlandhealth.org/schedulemyvaccine ) or by calling 432...

  • Midland Health Appoints New Vice President, General Counsel

    Posted: 10/04/2021

    Midland Health appointed Mindy Hamm as Vice President, General Counsel. Mindy grew up in the small South Texas town of Refugio. After earning her B.S. from Texas A&M University, she traveled to West Texas where she earned her J.D. from the Texas Tech School of Law. At Texas Tech Law, she met her husband Jason Hamm. After graduating from law school, Mindy was hired by Cotton, Bledsoe, Tighe & Dawson, where she made partner in the firm’s litigation section. During the past 14 years, she has defend...

  • Midland Health pilots no cost community tobacco cessation

    Posted: 10/01/2021

    Midland Health, the Lifestyle Medicine Center and Pivot are partnering to provide a community-specific tobacco cessation pilot program. Upon completion of the pilot, a program evaluation will determine the continuation of the program. Midland County has a higher rate of smoking (19.3%) than the average in the state of Texas (16.5%) and a slightly higher rate of all tobacco use than the state average. Pivot is a self-paced program that helps people quit tobacco products with the proven technology of the S...

  • UTPB and Midland Health Partner to Help with Nursing Shortage due to COVID-19

    Posted: 09/29/2021

    The University of Texas Permian Basin's School of Nursing has entered into a practice-academic partnership with Midland Health This collaboration comes at a time when local hospitals are experiencing a critical shortage of nurses. The partnership allows fourth-semester nursing students, who are currently in the MMH Nursing Intern Program, to work on the floor alongside nurses during their precepted clinical hours, which are required to graduate. This will provide relief to current nurses who are dealing...

  • MMH Earns National Recognition for Efforts to Improve Cardiovascular Treatment

    Posted: 09/10/2021

    Midland Memorial Hospital has received two American Heart Association Achievement Awards for implementing quality improvement measures that ensure cardiovascular patients receive efficient and coordinated care, ultimately leading to more lives saved, shorter recovery times and fewer returns to the hospital. Nearly half of all adults in the U.S. have experienced some form of cardiovascular disease – including heart attack, stroke and heart failure. For patients with conditions that are severe enough to b...

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