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Bolivar Medical Center

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Bolivar Medical Center was first built in 1962 and named East Bolivar County Hospital. At that time a hospital operated in Rosedale which served the west side of the County. In 1971 the Rosedale hospital closed and East Bolivar County Hospital became Bolivar County Hospital. In September 1997, the name was changed to Bolivar Medical Center to reflect the increase in physician specialties and hospital services.

Bolivar Medical Center is a 106-bed, Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organization accredited acute care facility. The medical staff consists of active members whose specialties include ophthalmology, obstetrics/gynecology, urology, pediatric dentistry, otolaryngology(ear,nose and throat specialist), and nephrology. A podiatrist is on staff.

Services offered by Bolivar Medical Center include:

  • 24-hour physician staffed emergency room
  • Paramedic level emergency medical service
  • CT Scans, ultrasound, nuclear medicine and general radiology
  • Accredited mammography services (American College of Radiology)
  • Arteriograms
  • Bone Densitometer (tests for osteoporosis)
  • MRI
  • Pain Management
  • Same day surgery
  • Chemotherapy
  • Gastrointestinal lab
  • Laparoscopic procedures
  • Acute inpatient renal dialysis
  • Hematology, microbiology, blood bank, and general chemistry laboratory services
  • Treadmills, EKGs, pulmonary functions testing, EEGs
  • Physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy
  • Pediatric specialists in physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy
  • Intensive care unit with adjacent telemetry unit
  • 35 bed Long Term Care Facility
  • 14 bed subacute unit (skilled nursing facility)
  • Birthing rooms (LDRs)
  • Level II Newborn nursery
  • Registered dietitian
  • Video
  • Slideshow
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