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D. W. McMillan Memorial Hospital - US News Health

36 hours ago D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital provides superior health care services to the patients we serve. Our goal at D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital is to provide excellent care in a nurturing manner … >> Go To The Portal


How to contact DW McMillan Medical Center?

1121 Belleville Avenue | Brewton, AL 36426 Phone: (251) 867-6071 Search Home About Us Director's Message History Mission Statement DW McMillan News Map to Medical Center Contact Us List of Resources HIPAA Physicians Our Physicians Physician Recruitment Services Our Services Family Medicine Laboratory OB/GYN Patient Info Insurance

Why choose McMillan Memorial Hospital?

View More News… D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital provides superior health care services to the patients we serve. Our 39 bed inpatient facility is fully staffed and offers acute medical care for patients of all ages.

How many beds does McMillan Hospital have?

Our 39 bed inpatient facility is fully staffed and offers acute medical care for patients of all ages. Our goal at D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital is to provide excellent care in a nurturing manner so you can find comfort in your ability to heal at our hospital.

What can I See in the patient portal?

Patient Portal Click the image above to access your Patient Portal. With HealtheLife, you can access your electronic medical record to view your lab results, allergy list, immunization records, medication list, health issues, surgeries and procedures.

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MRSA infection

Staph bacteria are common in hospitals, but Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a type of staph bacteria that is resistant to (cannot be killed by) many antibiotics. MRSA can be found in bed linens or medical equipment and can be spread if providers do not properly wash their hands between patients.

What safer hospitals do

Doctors and nurses should clean their hands after caring for every patient. Hospital rooms and medical equipment should be thoroughly cleaned often. Safer hospitals will also keep MRSA patients separate from other patients and require providers and visitors to wear gloves and gowns around these patients.

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