All Mercy services are open. See safe options for care and the latest COVID-19 vaccine information.
The safety of our patients and co-workers is our priority. In addition to rigorous disinfecting, use of personal protective equipment and social distancing, we are limiting the number of visitors at this location.
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We’re dedicated to carrying out Christ's healing ministry and continuing a tradition of healing that's more than 120 years old.
Mercy Hospital Springfield is known for its unique combination of leading-edge health care provided by a compassionate team. Our common goal is to provide you with high-quality care and an experience that is easier and more personal. You can count on us to focus on innovation, safety, and patient satisfaction.
Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1891, our 886-bed Springfield hospital serves people throughout southwest Missouri and northwest Arkansas.
We are home to a Missouri and Arkansas designated Level I Trauma Center & Burn Center, Life Line air ambulance service, a dedicated Children’s Hospital, Cancer Center, Level III Neonatal ICU, Heart Institute, and a nationally-certified Stroke Center. Whether you need a complicated heart procedure, an annual physical, or advanced cancer treatment, we’re ready to to take excellent care of you and your loved ones.
Our health professionals use innovative technology to help our patients:
Opening Spring 2021, our new Pediatric Emergency Department will provide complete pediatric emergency care 24 hours a day, every day. A new, dedicated drop-off route and entrance, pediatric reception, triage and waiting areas means faster access to care and a safe space to guard children from situations in the adult ED that might seem frightening.
We encourage you to send electronic well wishes to family and friends when you can’t visit the hospital in-person.
To send a message to a Mercy hospital patient, use our online form.