About Us

Mission Statement

Facilitate excellent healthcare through actively engaged staff meeting the immediate and long-term needs of our community, your community

Vision Statement

At Covington County Hospital our vision is to meet and exceed the needs and expectations of our customers by continually improving the quality of our services in today’s demanding, complex healthcare environment.

Welcome to our web site, we invite you to use it to learn more about us.

Main Hospital

Covington County Hospital
701 South Holly Avenue
Collins, MS 39428

Specialty Clinics

Covington County Hospital
Brightside – Outpatient Behavioral Health
901 Gerald McRaney St.
Collins, MS 39428

Covington County Hospital
Outpatient Specialty Clinic
701 South Holly Avenue
Collins, MS 39428

Covington County Hospital
Therapy: Physical, Occupational and Speech
701 South Holly Avenue
Collins, MS 39428

Skilled Nursing Facility

Arrington Living Center
902 Gerald McRaney Street
Collins, MS 39428

Family Care Clinics

Family Medical Associates
8a.m.- 5p.m. Monday – Friday
702 South Holly Avenue, PO Box 2499
Collins, MS 39428
Walk-ins welcome

Family Care Express
8a.m.- 7p.m. Monday – Friday
9a.m.- 3p.m., Saturday
1 – 5p.m., Sunday

3275 Hwy. 49, Suite E
Collins, MS 39428
Walk-ins welcome

Family Care Seminary
8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday
closed daily 12 noon – 1p.m. for lunch

104 West Main Street, Suite 20,
PO Box 149
Seminary, MS 39479
Walk-ins welcome

Green Tree Family Medical Clinic
8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday
closed daily 12 noon – 1p.m. for lunch

603 South Main Street, P.O. Box 1107
Mt. Olive, MS 39119
Walk-ins welcome

Medical Center of Magee
8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Thursday
closed daily 11a.m. – 1p.m. for lunch
Friday 8 a.m. – 11 a.m

800 3rd Street S.W, P.O. Box 748
Magee, MS 39111
Walk-ins welcome

Covington County Hospital History

Covington County Hospital opened in 1951 as a 25-bed hospital with the goal of providing the best possible medical care at an affordable cost for the people of Covington County. After many changes throughout the years, Covington County Hospital became a 25-bed critical access hospital in 2005.

Covington County Hospital is accredited by DNV. DNV Healthcare Inc. was granted deeming authority for hospitals on Sept. 26, 2008, by the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). DNV Healthcare is managed by a dedicated group of degreed professionals, each with many years of experience in their respective fields of expertise including hospital management, clinical services, health law, ISO certification and engineering. As a business entity, DNV Healthcare is part of Det Norske Veritas, a global, independent, tax-paying foundation whose purpose is safeguarding life, property and the environment. DNV was established in 1864 in Oslo, Norway, and has been operating in the United States since 1898.

Almost three hundred people are employed by Covington County Hospital and are committed to the hospital’s mission of serving patients and their families with care and compassion. Before employment, every candidate goes through a step-by-step process, which includes filing written applications, engaging in one or more interviews with hiring personnel, consenting to criminal background checks, and health vaccinations. The credentials of candidates are also scrutinized before candidates are considered for employment. Before beginning, every new-hire is required to participate in orientation programs to become acclimated with the hospital and the expected code of conduct. In our effort to recruit and hire the best of the best, these mandatory procedures are in place to ensure the safety of all parties and to guarantee employees’ competency for performance.

In maintaining a caring and compassionate atmosphere within the walls of Covington County Hospital, the hospital is also dedicated to continuing to impact its community. By first employing talent and trading within the community thus contributing to its economic stability and vitality, Covington County Hospital also funds local educational extra-curricular activities and after-school programs, and produces health-related awareness programs.

Welcome to Collins, Mississippi!

The City of Collins’ history stretches back to 1826 when the Mississippi Legislature established “Williamsburg” as a permanent seat of justice for Covington County.  Williamsburg, about two miles from the present site of Collins, was the town’s predecessor.  Williamsburg was incorporated in 1808 when sawmills were the big industry.

In 1899 the Gulf and Ship Island railroad was laid out and missed the town of Williamsburg.  The sawmills moved near the present site of Collins to take advantage of the railroad, so the town moved along with the mills.  Population increased to over 2000 persons by 1906 and the town leaders petitioned Governor James K. Vardaman to officially change the town’s name of Williamsburg Depot. “Collins” was then named in honor of Meridian native Fred W. Collins, a Republican U.S. Marchal for the Southern District of Mississippi. Collins also became the county seat of Covington County at that time.


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