Landmark Hospital of Cape Girardeau

Landmark Hospital of Cape Girardeau is a 30-bed critical care hospital, located off I-55 and halfway between Memphis, Tenn. and St. Louis, Mo. Landmark Hospital provides extended care for acutely ill patients, many of them coming directly from an ICU. The hospital is a solution for many patients who are not ready to go home, to a skilled nursing facility or inpatient rehab. As part of its commitment to patient safety, the hospital operates the Synexis Air Purifier System, which uses hydrogen peroxide to reduce contaminants in the air. The system is proven to reduce the spread of COVID-19, MRSA, C. Diff, Staph, E. Coli, Norovirus and Influenza.

Our Specialties

  • Ventilator/tracheostomy weaning
  • Respiratory failure
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Severe stroke
  • Multi-system failure
  • Specialized wound care
  • Post-surgical/traumatic wounds
  • Diabetic ulcers and ischemic ulcers
  • Individualized in-house Tablo Dialysis services

Certifications:

  • CIHQ and COLA accredited

Get in touch

Michael Irey

CEO Landmark Hospital of Cape Girardeau

Michael is a highly energetic and motivated healthcare professional with extensive leadership experience. Having more than a decade of service with Landmark Hospital, he has specialized in quality improvement, regulatory compliance, infection prevention and patient outcomes. He achieves positive results through expertise in operations management and resource optimization.

Prior to joining Landmark Hospital of Cape Girardeau, Michael served as a Combat Medic and Army Nurse with the U.S. Army Reserves. He has concurrently continued his service with the military and now trains ROTC and West Point Cadets as a Drill Sergeant.

Michael is a native of Southeast Missouri and currently resides in Jackson with his wife and children.

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Our Patients Say Thank You

  • Marietta Graviett
    When our mom needed to recuperate from a heart attack earlier this Spring, one of our choices was Landmark Hospital. While at Landmark, she received a lot of extra care, patience, and love from the nurses, techs, and staff. They really cared and that meant a lot in her healing and recovery process. After 3 weeks, she was discharged. So many of the nurses and staff went out of their way to wish her well and to even grab a hug or two. That's the kind of tender care she received white at Landmark Hospital. Thank You So much.
    Marietta Graviett