Location Profile

Vicksburg, Mississippi

Facility Type
Acute Care - General
Facility Location
Vicksburg, Mississippi
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Vicksburg, Mississippi that opened over 10 years ago. Since then, the hospital has provided compassionate care for the community through diagnostic services, health clinics, examinations, surgery, women’s health needs and more. Over 300 beds and more than 100 doctors are available in the hospital, and it’s received recognition from the Joint Commission.

Community Overview

Known as the "Key to the South," Vicksburg is 40 miles outside Jackson and located right across from Louisiana on the Mississippi River. A site in the Civil War, Vicksburg features a delightful mix of historic charm and new progression. The city has kept pace with their growth and will add a new pub/brewery, museum, and other developments to add to the rich culture of Vicksburg. Southern charm is present everywhere in Vicksburg. You’ll find historic mansions to tour and even an outdoor haunted walk you can book. When it comes to transportation, the city features the NRoute system with 3 routes to take visitors and residents to the most exciting parts of town. However, seeing Vicksburg up close and personal is recommended, and you can pick up a local walking tour guide to see just what it has to offer.

Learn more about Vicksburg at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

Cost of Living


Vicksburg features 10 elementary schools, with 3 named as Lighthouse Schools by FranklinCovey; only 350 schools in the entire country are named. The school district also includes 2 middle schools and 2 high schools. River City Early College High School is also part of the school district and focuses on providing students with the academic skills, experience, and knowledge they need for college. The entire school district has committed to excellence throughout each of their campuses with investments in educational curriculum, technology, innovation and more.

Click here to read more about public schools in Vicksburg.
Click here to read about private schools in Vicksburg.

Once you find the school you are interested in, you will need to contact them directly with any questions you might have.


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Local and Nearby Attractions

Vicksburg is known for its wide range of antique shops and vintage stores but there’s also a great selection of other options downtown too. You’ll find a thriving independent bookstore, music stores, woodworking shops, plus plenty of restaurants. If you want to shop at your favorite big brand, they’re within reach too with Vicksburg Mall, the Outlets at Vicksburg and the Plaza at Vicksburg. If you want more thrills than shopping, stop by one of the four local casinos, such as the riverboat casino Ameristar, which features onboard entertainment, a blues bar and more than just gaming. However, this Southern city is more than just gaming, as it’s also a historical destination as a pivotal site in the Civil War. You can enjoy the historic appeal of Vicksburg with The Old Depot Museum and the U.S.S Cairo Museum, or explore the Mississippi River at the free Jesse Brent Lower Mississippi River Museum. You’ll also find the area is an outdoor lover’s paradise with plenty of hunting, fishing, and water activities to do throughout the year. Grab a canoe at Quapaw Canoe Company or spend a few hours playing at Catfish Row Children’s Art Park in the splash pad.

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Crime Rate

Vicksburg has a strong police force that has been recognized by the state of Mississippi and that several crime prevention plans in place. With Neighborhood Watch, community patrol and other initiatives, the police is active in offering a safe city for everyone.

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