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A Message from the CEO

Patrick S. Chapman, Ed.D.

Welcome to Tippah County Hospital and our website.  This facility belongs to you – the people of Tippah County.  We are extremely proud of our history along with the legacy of serving our community for more than 70 years! The future is equally exciting as we not only construct a new home but also continue in the pursuit of providing high-quality, cost-effective care to all our patients and residents. Our ongoing goal is to continue improving in everything we do so we can provide the kind of care expected of family and friends here at home. Please explore our website for useful information about our services and procedures. We are glad that you are here!


Warm Regards,

Patrick S. Chapman, Ed.D.
CEO, Tippah County Hospital

Quality Care

Here at Tippah County Hospital, we are more than just a healthcare facility, we're a family. A family of doctors, nurses, administrators, and everyone in between striving to provide this community with a superior and compassionate healthcare. So when life happens, take comfort in knowing that you have family to serve you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who will get my hospital bill?

At Tippah County Hospital (TCH), we're committed to the health of our patients. To help you navigate the sometimes confusing world of healthcare reimbursement, we will bill your insurance company and send you statements that help you keep up-to-date on your account and your PCHS charges.

What if I have difficulty paying my bill?

The Business Office and Patient Financial Services department would like to assist you with your financial obligation, by offering the Financial Assistance Application. If you have any questions about the required documents or the application please feel free to ask an Admissions representative, or you may call our Business Office Manager, at (662) 837-9221.

What happens when I am admitted?

When you check in for your appointment at TCH, remember to present your valid insurance ID or information about your coverage. If your insurance requires a co-payment or a deductible, you will be responsible for these charges at the time of your appointment. If your insurance does not cover certain charges or if there is an unpaid balance of any type, you will be responsible for paying for those services within 30 days of receipt of a statement from us.

How do I pay my hospital bill?

  • Cash, check, or money order
    (made payable to Tippah County Hospital)
  • Mastercard
  • Visa
  • Discover
Patients who do not have insurance will be financially responsible for all charges associated with their care.