Acute Care and Swing Bed

We offer 26 acute care and Swing Beds at Yalobusha General Hospital.

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Long Term Care

We offer excellent Long Term Care services in our 122 bed nursing home.  Click here to see what our staff and residents have to say about our facillity.


Rehab Services

We offer full outpatient and inpatient swing bed therapy services including physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy services through a partnership with Mid-South Rehab Services.

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General Practice Care

We have three general medical practice clinics one in Water Valley and one in Coffeeville and one in Oakland.


Adult Day Services

If your friend or loved one needs daily professional care contact Adult Day Services in Water Valley. Services are available for all Medicaid, elderly, disabled, and private pay patients. We offer fun and brain stimulating activities that keep patients engaged and entertained. Transportation and meals included. Call 662-473-9927 for more information.


Pulmonary Rehab

We offer a professionally prescribed and supervised program to treat lung and respiratory conditions such as COPD, asthma, lung cancer and many more.


Emergency Medical Services

We provide Yalobusha County with our paramedic level emergency services featuring our on-site helipad for critical emergency transports.


Chiropractic Services

Full Service Chiropractic Clinic on our campus.



We offer radiology services that include general x-rays, CT scans, ultrasounds, Mobile MRI and now offering digital mammography. These services can be completed at our main hospital location, Odom Rural Health which offers x-ray, ultrasounds, Mobile MRI, and digital mammography, or Arrington Medical Clinic which offers x-ray.



We offer a full range of laboratory services including hematology, urinalysis, routine chemistries and more. These services can be obtained at all of our hospital and clinic locations.


Hospital charge data is not representative of a patient's expected out-of-pocket costs, because each patient's case is different based on specific medical conditions.  The actual amount owed by a patient will depend on that patient's insurance coverage and the contracted rate the patient's insurance has with the hospital.