Midland is a healthcare destination within the region
It is a place where families receive preventative care, women come to give birth, cancer patients go for treatment, and patients receive comprehensive care and the treatment of their diseases. Whether in need of a transplant, heart surgery, medical image, prenatal care or physical therapy - patients can have all their medical needs met in Midland.
Bringing quality primary care to all people of Midland is one more step in Midland Health’s Healing Mission to make Midland the healthiest community in Texas. Primary care includes generalists, internal medicine, and pediatricians. It can also include medical doctors, physician’s assistants, and nurse practitioners.
They accept most commercial insurance, including Medicare, traditional Medicaid, and Medicaid HMOs that include FirstCare, Superior, Amerigroup, and Medicare Advantage.
The Lifestyle Medicine Center at Midland Health
Midland Health believes that one cannot be truly healthy without considering the mind, body, and spirit. Because of this, they created the Lifestyle Medicine Center—a resource for the community to provide physical, mental, and spiritual education so that people can experience the best life possible. The Lifestyle Medicine Center is one of the only programs in the United States to offer a variety of comprehensive lifestyle intervention programs at one location.
Two of the programs offered are the Ornish Lifestyle Medicine™ program for Reversing Heart Disease® and the Lifestyle Medicine Clinic with Dr. Padmaja Patel. Dr. Ornish’s Program has been proven to undo heart disease by dealing with the root causes through lifestyle changes, and is based on more than three decades of research. Dr. Padmaja Patel’s program is a medically-supervised, comprehensive lifestyle program—a unique clinic where lifestyle interventions will be offered as the first line of treatment while using medications only on an as-needed basis. Some of the other programs offered are Cardiac Rehab, BetterU, Nutrition Education, and Diabetes Education: Self-Management Training.
Providing holistic health resources for the community is one more example of how Midland Health is helping to make Midland the healthiest community in Texas.
If you need help finding a physician or setting up an appointment, they can typically be scheduled on the same day, or within 24 hours during weekdays. Call 432-221-DOCS (3627) or visit Midland Health at midlandhealth.org.
Midland Memorial Hospital
- New, State-of-the-art patient tower increasing capacity and upgrading technology.
- A multitude of services including inpatient medical and surgical care, full service cancer care in cooperation with Allison Cancer Center, Women’s Services, Heart Institute, Medical Imaging.
- 474 beds
Midland Community Healthcare Services
Midland Community Healthcare Services predominantly serves the residents of Midland County and the adjacent rural areas. MCHS provides affordable and accessible healthcare to families with or without insurance. The number of people considered to have insurance includes those with Medicare or Medicaid and children on CHIPS. The numbers for “uninsured” would be substantially higher without this inclusion.
MCHS provides enabling services at each of their clinics, such as case management, prescription assistance, outreach, eligibility, etc. MCHS provides all services directly. MCHS continues to refine the already excellent working relationship with MMH via additional collaborations and partnerships. MCHS continues to work with area subspecialists on a case-by-case basis on behalf of their patients.
Midland Community Healthcare Services operates three different clinics. The Coleman Clinic, Women’s Services, and the Pediatric Clinic.
Learn more about each of the MCHS clinics at midlandchs.org
Texas Tech Physicians of the Permian Basin
- Family Medicine
- Internal Medicine
- Behavioral Health
- Jenna Welch Women’s Center
Midland is also an excellent home for healthcare professionals. Midland Memorial’s Culture of Ownership supports the autonomy of nurses through an interdisciplinary shared governance model. A pioneer in this work, Midland Memorial became the first hospital in the nation to customize a whole-hospital Care Innovation and Transformation program with the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE). Nurses are empowered to shape their work environment within their unit-based councils and enjoy an array of professional development opportunities in an environment that supports lifelong learning.