Contact UsSt. Dominic Hospital
Medical Staff Services
969 Lakeland Drive
Jackson, MS 39216
Ph: (601) 200-6846
Fax: (601) 200-0773
One of the goals that the Infection Control Committee is proposing for 2014 is directed at improving preventive measures to reduce surgical site infections (SSIs). We want to ensure compliance with preop skin antisepsis (i.e. Hibiclens or another CHG product) prior to arrival in the operating room for all patients undergoing surgery at St. Dominic’s.
19-Mar-2014 Pharmacy Message to Doctors
On March 25 Pharmacy will begin substituting medication orders for esomeprazole (Nexium) with pantoprazole (Protonix). This substitution also known as a therapeutic interchange has been approved by the Medical Executive Committee.
18-Feb-2014 Scheduled Downtime
Scheduled Downtime - Saturday 2-22 7PM - Sunday 2-23 7AM. Our clinical documentation and ordering systems will be down for upgrading during that period. We apologize for any inconvenience.
23-Jan-2014 Rise in Influenza-like Illnesses
Due to the recent rise in influenza-like illnesses(ILI) in our facility, this is a reminder to medical staff about the importance of placing ALL patients who present with an influenza-like illness in DROPLET isolation precautions.
Information and registration is now available for this upcoming CME.
04-Sep-2013 Physician Engagement Pulse Survey
We are committed to making St. Dominic Hospital a best-in-class place for physicians to practice medicine and your feedback is essential to helping us achieve this goal.
19-Jul-2013 Closure of the CogentHMG Hospitalist Program
On behalf of CogentHMG, we would like to formally announce the closure of the Hospitalist program here at St. Dominic's as of July 17, 2013.
01-Jul-2013 Detecting "Awkward" Lab Results
All of us understand that lab results are a crucial part of the medical decision making process. Unfortunately, there are mishaps that can compromise the integrity of a lab result.
27-May-2013 HIV Reflex Test
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released recommendations regarding the expansion of laboratory criteria for defining HIV infection to accommodate new “multi-test” algorithms.