Madison Ridgeland Medical Clinic (MRMC), located in the heart of Ridgeland, is a privately-owned outpatient clinic. Since 1985, MRMC has been providing exceptional patient care and wellness services throughout central Mississippi. Our mission is to deliver the highest level of care to our patients within a friendly and comfortable atmosphere.
Madison Ridgeland Medical Clinic is committed to providing patients with convenient access to high-quality care. We believe that providing high-quality care is not only about the medical advice that we dispense, but more importantly about the relationships we have with our patients. We continue to strive to be a leader in innovative medical practices and are one of the first clinics in the area to offer online health services to our patients.
We accept most major insurances:
BCBS, Aetna, Medicare, Humana, Wellcare, Cigna HealthSprings
A bone density test enhances the accuracy of calculating your risk of breaking bones. A bone density test uses X-rays to measure how many grams of calcium and other bone minerals are packed into a segment of bone. The bones that are most commonly tested are in the spine, hip and forearm.
A quick and easy finger-stick screening that measures blood sugar levels following eight hours of fasting, our Blood Glucose test helps identify diabetes —a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke — as well as monitor blood sugar levels for those already diagnosed with the disease.
We provide Colon Cancer Screening
We Provide Physicals for US Citizenship
We Provide Physicals for Immigration Services
An annual physical exam ensures wellness and good health. Some consider it a preventive step and a way to catch a more serious condition before it begins to cause problems. An annual physical can also monitor vitals like weight, blood pressure, cholesterol, and other markers.
A test to monitor the electrical activity of the heart. ECGs can observe heart rhythm, diagnose heart attacks, examine blood flow to and from the heart, and more.
To assess your cholesterol level, you can ask for a simple blood test called a lipoprotein profile. The lipoprotein profile evaluates the LDL (low density lipoprotein cholesterol, also called “bad“ cholesterol), HDL (high density lipoprotein cholesterol, also called “good“ cholesterol), Triglycerides and Total cholesterol level.
We Provide Physicals for the DOT.
FDA-approved system tracks your blood sugar levels day and nigh tto help detect trends and patterns that give you and your doctor a more complete picture of your diabetes and help you find ways to better manage your condition.
Regular Pap smears find abnormal cells on the cervix, which can be removed before they ever turn into cancer.
Know your blood pressure to minimize complications including an aneurysm, heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure.
Screening tests can find the disease early, sometimes before symptoms develop, when treatments are most effective.