Magnolia Regional Health Center (Corinth)

Type Emergency Room (ER)
City Corinth MS
State Mississippi
Address 611 Alcorn Dr
Phone number +1 662-293-1000
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Magnolia Regional Health Center ER Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours
Although this is the hours, please feel free to call the Magnolia Regional Health Center phone number to confirm.

Magnolia Regional Health Center Reviews

Before you go to Magnolia Regional Health Center, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Corinth emergency room think.

William Skinner⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedDR. CARNEY, THANK YOU AND STAFF FOR CARING FOR MY ER INJURY. VERY “PROFESSIONAL & CARING” IM SORRY WE ALL MET UNDER THESE CIRCUMSTANCES BUT IM GLAD IT WAS PEOPLE LIKE YOURSELVES CARING FOR ME…..YOU SAVED MY FINGERS Betty Wigginton⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI will forever be grateful for Dr. Thomas Draper on 11/28/2018 for treating me for a urinary track infection in ER. I was in ER on Friday 11/23/2018 and sent home with an infection that they could not tell me where it was coming from and gave me no treatment. Dr. Richardson was the doctor on duty. She may be a good doctor but she failed me. She told me to go see my family physician on Monday in which I did but I got deathly sick on Sat. and Sun. could not eat or drink. My family doctor did treat me on Monday for a urinary tract infection which helped but the medicine she gave me did not work for me so I was back in ER on Wednesday against my will. I did not want to go because I was not given the help I needed on Fri. 11/23/2018. Dr. Thomas Draper was on duty that evening and I thank God for that because he new what to do and he treated me before he got off duty. He was suppose to have gotten off duty at 930p but he stayed until he got the lab results to my blood work so he would know how to treat me. He did not leave the ER until around 10:30p that evening. I appreciate him more than he will ever know because it is hard to find good doctors and he is a good doctor. Not all doctors are out for the money some do care what happens to people thank God.Janet Ambrose After I badly injured my ankle at home, I was in horrific pain. Until 5:00 in the next monring, I iced and elevated my ankle. I was unable to take a single step—not even the following day. The doctor’s office was closed when the accident occured, and my doctor was not on duty the following day. So I went to the ER, which did three things correctly. (1) Staff met me at the car with a wheelchair. (2) I was seen fairly quickly because the ER was not busy. (3) The technician who wheeled me back to the car suggested that I go directly to Dr. Frazzier’s office for help. I never saw a medical physician in the ER. NP Whitehurst came in and went straight to work on her computer, where she ordered an x-ray of my very swollen ankle. She was in charge. I never saw her after the x-ray was made. The x-ray technician asked me to “walk” to the x-ray room, as though it were possible. I told her I could not bear any weight on the foot what-so-ever, so she rolled me on the bed to the x-ray room. I would not have thought that they would want someone with a possible broken bone to walk on it. Following the x-ray somebody came into the room and said, “Your lucky it’s not borken.” She said they would adjust some crutches, show me how to use crutches, and get me out of there. I did not feel the least bit lucky. I had not been helped. I begged for an MRI or some type of tissue scan because I was certain something was very wrong with my ankle. I was told that the ER could not order MRIs. I was told I would have to see a doctor to have an MRI. (Maybe the ER doesn’t have doctors, who knows?) Furthermore, I was told that even if a doctor ordered an MRI it would take Medicare & my private insurance six weeks to approve an MRI. (Not true by the way.) Soon someone else walked into the room to wheel me out to the car, although no one had told what to do for my ankle. I was just given papers to read at home. I told the technician that I had been told me I would receive crutches that I would TRY to use. (I had asked about temporary use of a wheelchair, given my age and the arthritis in both feet, both ankles, and both shoulders. But the person I talked to said I would have to look into it.) The technician left the room and came back with a pair of crutches, but the hand piece had not been adjusted. I almost fell when I tried using them minutes later. (If Ianyone had bothered to train me on the crutches, they would have noted that they were not adjusted to me.) I was given zero oral instructions about anything—nothing was explained. I would find out later (on the discharge paperwork) that a prescription had been ordered—but not to my mail-order pharmacy, which has 2-week delay for new prescription. (My paperwork at the hospital states the local Walgreens is to be used for a one-time prescription. That was ignored.) The discharge paperwork also states that I should see a doctor, if I am still in pain in 3-5 days. What a joke, I could not have made it through the rest of the day without help. Fortunately, the technician who wheeled me out, realized I was in a lot of pain and in no condition to go home without some help. She recommended that I go straight to Dr. Frazzier’s office. There I was told the ligaments in my ankle had torn loose. A hard cast was put on my leg/foot to immobilize my ankle. From the doctor’s office, I went to a medical supply store to have a sole to put on the bottom of my cast. The salesperson told me she had broken her ankle in three places, and Magnolia had told her there was no break.andrew strange As we was sitting in our room the nurses was talking bad about us in the hallway. We have came here with major problems and sent out like it was something simple.we would go to another hospital to find out what was really wrong I am very disappointed with this hospital

FAQ: Frequent Questions

Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the Magnolia Regional Health Center Emergency Room in Corinth.

◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Corinth?

Yes, of course. The Magnolia Regional Health Center is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.

◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?

Yes, of course. The Magnolia Regional Health Center is open on holidays and also on Sundays.

◼️ What’s the address of the Magnolia Regional Health Center in Corinth

The full address is 611 Alcorn Dr, Corinth, MS 38834, United States.

◼️ What’s Magnolia Regional Health Center phone number?

The phone number of Magnolia Regional Health Center is +1 662-293-1000. You can click here to call now from your phone.

◼️ What are the GPS coordinates to get there?

If you use a GPS coordinate system to get to the emergency room, you must enter the following; a latitude of 34.934752 and a longitude of -88.5605043.

◼️ How much is it to go to the Magnolia Regional Health Center?

The cost of visiting the emergency room of Magnolia Regional Health Center may vary depending on the type of emergency you have and also the type of insurance you are with. Feel free to ask or call the center before you go.

◼️ How long should you wait in an emergency room?

The waiting time will always depend on the type of emergency at that very moment. You can contact the medical center before to ensure that you can be attended to as quickly as possible.

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