OCH Regional Medical Center is a progressive 96-bed healthcare facility known for its high-quality, compassionate care. OCH boasts a staff of over 100 physicians, providing more than a dozen areas of medical specialty and offering an array of special programs and services. State-of-the-art facilities and advanced technology, coupled with the knowledge and expertise of our well-trained staff, make OCH the hospital of choice for those in Oktibbeha and the surrounding six counties. Our caregivers enjoy a positive, family-like work environment where professionalism and teamwork make for a very rewarding career. Please visit http://och.org for more information about our hospital and all it has to offer.
From the sharp crack of the bat and roaring crowds at the Famous Dudy Noble Field at Mississippi State University to the curtain calls of Starkville Community Theatre, Starkville brims with excitement all year long! For outdoor enthusiasts the Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge, Oktibbeha County Lake and the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway offer you and your family many hours of water sports and other outside fun. MSU attracts the finest music, drama and art talent through its cultural programs, including the highly-acclaimed Lyceum Series and the Mississippi Piano Showcase. Our residents have many wonderful opportunities to enjoy art and music at its best, including the Annual Cotton District Arts Festival, Magnolia Film Festival, Starkville-MSU Symphony and Starkville Community Theatre. If roaring with the crowd at thrilling sports events is more your style, MSU serves up a full plate of top SEC sports action with football, basketball, baseball, soccer, volleyball, tennis and a variety of other athletics.