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Welcome to Mee Memorial Healthcare System

Medical Centers in King City and Greenfield, CA

Mee Memorial Healthcare System: Where you are valued, cared for, and safe.

Nothing is more important than your health. When you come to Mee Memorial Healthcare System, you can rely on us for everything from routine checkups, chronic care, and emergencies. We are here for you – no matter what.

At Mee Memorial, our highest priority is to serve the healthcare needs of our community. This includes offering an extensive array of services with a commitment to the highest possible standards. You can count on Mee Memorial to provide the best available technology utilized by highly skilled healthcare professionals. Today, our facility provides acute care, outpatient, and emergency services via 25 acute care and 48 skilled nursing beds.

Protect yourself and those around you this season.

The MMHS Team strongly encourages flu, COVID-19, and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccinations to protect yourself and loved ones. We now have more tools than ever before to help protect our communities, including:

  • Safe, updated immunizations
  • Effective treatments to reduce severe illness and hospitalization
  • Testing - some of which can be done at home to quickly detect these respiratory viruses before they spread
  • Cautionary actions – such as masking, physical distancing, isolating when sick, and washing hands, add an additional layer of protection.

Immunization against flu, COVID-19, and RSV is still the best way to safeguard against hospitalizations and long-term health impacts. The CDC recommends everyone 6 months and older should receive the seasonal influenza vaccine and the updated COVID-19 vaccine. The flu and COVID 19 have similar symptoms but vaccination against one does not protect against the other — and neither interferes with the effectiveness of the other.

Don’t wait for the flu to be widespread; it takes two weeks for vaccination to work and getting the virus is not better than getting vaccinated. Vaccine effectiveness has been expanded to include preventing the risk of serious outcomes, like emergency department visits and hospitalizations. Everyone 6 months and older should get a flu shot. October and November are the best times for most people to get their annual flu vaccine. Please consult your healthcare provider if you have any questions regarding vaccinations. For more detail, see CDC guidelines.

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