This is a Mississippi State level sub-category. Sites submitted to this category should have a statewide presence. In order to have a statewide presence a site should have locations in 2 or more Regions. Sites with locations only in a specific County, Locality, or Region should be submitted to that appropriate area. In certain circumstances 'Come To You' business sites can be listed, but only if the sites offer content that reflects high relevance to 2 or more Regions.For links to county and locality categories with listings including (but not limited to) health, fitness, and medical concerns, as well as for the listing of sites representing multiple locations in more than one region of the state or statewide health resources.
Organization to protect and promote the health of citizens by regulating and controlling the practice of pharmacy and the distribution of prescription drugs and devices.
MCHIRPA provides health coverage to citizens of Mississippi who cannot obtain coverage because of health conditions. It also serves Mississippi residents eligible under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Includes FAQ, eligibility, coverage, exclusions, premiums and application forms.
A division of the Department of Public Health. Organizes, regulates, and maintains a statewide program to improve emergency medical care. Administers tests and certifies the EMT's on all levels; and administers federal and state funding for local level EMS.
Providing instruction and support to fire departments throughout the state. Includes course information, staff photos and registration application.
A Sisters of Mercy Health System (SMHS) Advocacy Program aimed at improving health policies, practices and funding in Mississippi, especially for the poor and needy.
Managaged care. Includes hospitals, physicians, and contact information.
Not-for-profit organization coordinates the recovery of human organs for transplantation by working with and providing education to medical professionals and donor families.
Highly comprehensive resource on public health in Mississippi, including online documents, requests for public records, databases of public health advisories, program Web sites, and contact information.
The workers' compensation system was created to provide a measured level of benefits to employees injured in the course of employment, without regard to negligence or fault, and, at the same time, to limit the liability of employers for these injuries.
Offering a wide range of family medicine, internal medicine, and specialty clinics throughout 22 counties.
Office on Deaf and Hard of Hearing of Mississippi is a statewide clearinghouse, which is operated as a special program by MS Department of Rehabilitation Services.
Offering eye exams, glasses and contact lenses in Madison, Brandon, Canton, Yazoo City and Ridgeland. Includes doctors' profiles, services, products and office locations.
Thanks to DMOZ, which built a great web directory for nearly two decades and freely shared it with the web. About us