Parkland Health Center
Parkland Health Center is three formerly independent community hospitals -- Farmington Community Hospital, Mineral Area Regional Medical Center and Bonne Terre Hospital.
The Farmington Community Hospital and Bonne Terre facilities merged in 1992. In 2015, Mineral Area Regional Medical Center merged with Parkland Health Center.
Parkland- Bonne Terre, off Highway 67, is a primary-care facility with medical offices, 24-hour Emergency Department, inpatient services, radiology, laboratory and sleep study lab. There are offices for visiting physicians and BJC HealthCare specialists in pediatric cardiology, gastroenterology, oncology and orthopedics. Oncology services are provided by oncologists from Missouri Baptist Medical Center’s Cancer Center.
Parkland Health Center -- Farmington, east of Highway 67 on Liberty Street, is a 130-bed, full-service facility with services for maternity and pediatrics, laboratory and radiology, cardiac rehabilitation, a cardiopulmonary department, outpatient and inpatient surgery, physical therapy, diabetes clinic and renal dialysis. There is also 24-hour Emergency Department. Parkland Health Center offers the latest technology in diagnostic radiology, including digital X-rays, wide-bore MRI, ultrasound, mammography including breast coil, nuclear medicine, CT scan, special procedures and echocardiography. The Radiology Department is staffed by full-time, board-certified radiologists and 35 registered radiology technologists.