As Madison Hospital celebrates its fifth anniversary on Feb. 28, hospital president Mary Lynne Wright said the growth has exceeded even her own lofty expectations. Read more about the hospital's growth over the past five years.
Madison Hospital RN Eulah Waldrop recently turned 80, but her passion for emergency care remains as strong as ever. Read more about her role in the ER.
Madison Hospital is the first hospital in North Alabama and just the fourth in the state to earn Baby-Friendly USA certification. Read more.
Madison Hospital’s well-baby nursery has been reclassified as a Level II “special care” nursery. Read more.
The 2016 Autumn Chase Fun Run, sponsored by Huntsville Hospital and the Huntsville Track Club, is set for Thursday, Sept. 22, at John Hunt Park. Now in its 36th year, the Fun Run is a community outreach to foster interest in physical activity and wellness among our youth. Learn more.
The Spring 2016 issue of Madison Messenger, our twice-yearly magazine all about Madison Hospital, was recently published. Inside, you’ll find stories about the remarkable growth our hospital has experienced since opening in 2012; a new telemedicine program that is improving care for stroke patients in the Madison area; an update on our efforts to become just the fourth Baby Friendly USA hospital in Alabama; and much more. We'll also introduce you to two Madison physicians with interesting backgrounds, surgeon Douglas Downey, MD, and gastroenterologist Keta Vaidya, MD. Read the Madison Messenger now.
Dr. Patricia Gurczak has lived in many cities across the U.S. and a few countries around the world. Born into a military family stationed in Berlin, Germany, Dr. Gurczak moved frequently before landing in Weaver, Alabama, where she graduated from high school. She went on to graduate from Auburn University. Continue to the full story.
Madison Hospital Breast Center now offers 3D mammography using the first and only clinically superior 3D technology approved by the FDA. See the WAFF 48 story here.