Serving the health care needs of Lincoln and surrounding counties for over 60 years, Mercy Hospital Lincoln of Troy, MO, improves the quality of life in the communities it serves. Mercy Hospital Lincoln is a critical access hospital offering comprehensive medical, surgical and pediatric services backed by an experienced medical staff and team that cares for people, not illnesses. For more information, please call 636-528-8551.
We have an outstanding Radiology department, providing comprehensive imaging solutions for all ages. Our department is accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR). Distinguished with the ACR gold seal for “highest level of image quality and patient safety” in CT, MRI, mammography, ultrasound and Nuclear Med imaging services, we offer many advanced imaging options.
Mercy Hospital Lincoln has a laboratory that “ensures the highest standard of care for all patients” as accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP), providing comprehensive laboratory testing, designed to enhance patient health and well-being through the delivery of efficient and effective laboratory services.
Major services provided at Mercy Lincoln include:
When it’s not an emergency, but you want immediate care, consider visiting Mercy Urgent Care - Lincoln. The urgent care can provide care quickly without the wait and expense of a visit to the emergency room. It is open seven days a week.
Lincoln County Memorial Hospital welcomed its first patient on April 16, 1953. Long before the doors opened, plans for a hospital in Lincoln County were being made. The hospital’s first board of trustees was appointed in 1946.
Construction began in 1952 and the 50-bed hospital was scheduled to open at 7 a.m. on April 16, 1953. However, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCormack, of Ethlyn, came to the hospital in the early hours of the morning, and became the parents of the first baby born at Lincoln County Memorial Hospital. Brenda Kay, the McCormacks' 12th child, jumped the gun on the opening of the hospital by making her appearance at 5:09 a.m. that morning.Dr. Joe C. Creech, of Troy, was the attending physician.
The hospital came under the sponsorship of Mercy in 2015 and is a member of Mercy Health.