Since 1952, Forrest General Hospital has been a leader in medical excellence in South Mississippi. The hospital has grown from the original 90-bed facility into a 512-bed, level II regional trauma center hospital system.
Forrest General consists of 512-inpatient beds with a 400-bed general medical/surgical facility; Pine Grove Behavorial Health Services, an 88-bed chemical dependency and psychiatric unit; and Rehab Resource, a 24-bed rehabilitation unit. In addition, the hospital system includes Forrest General's Home Care and Hospice, LiveWell Center, Cancer Center, Wound Healing Center, Highland Community Hospital, a 95-bed acute-care facility in Picayune, and Walthall County General Hospital, a lease management agreement in Tylertown. Forrest General also provides all-levels of care for critical access care hospitals in the 19-county service area, including Covington County Hospital, Greene County Hospital, Hancock Medical Center, Jefferson Davis Community Hospital, Perry County General Hospital, Stone County Hospital, Inc. and Walthall County General Hospital.
Regency Hospital Company maintains a 33-bed long-term acute care facility, Regency Hospital, within Forrest General Hospital. Patients at Regency require acute-care for a longer period of time than standard hospital patients.
Click here to view Forrest General's 2012 Annual Report.