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Huntsville is a city on the rise.

Our high tech, smart workforce makes Huntsville a special place to live and work. Take a look at some of the exciting things going on in our community! Click to watch a video from Mayor Battle's State of the City Address.

Finding lung cancer sooner

The challenges in early diagnosis of lung cancer may contribute to the statistic that more people die of lung cancer than of colon, breast and prostate cancers combined. But with a low-dose CT scan of the chest, a screening available at Huntsville Hospital Medical Mall and Madison Hospital, lung cancer can be detected in the early stages. Read more.

 

2017 Health System Report

Huntsville Hospital Health System is pleased to publish a 2017 report detailing highlights of services in our facilities across the region. The report also includes quality performance measures for our hospital affiliates. View the report now.

A very special delivery

A very special delivery

Huntsville OB-GYN Krishna Kakani, MD, expects to deliver her 10,000th baby at some point in 2017.

It’s a remarkable milestone for one of the area’s longest-practicing obstetricians. Read more.

Public Education Employees’ Health Insurance Plan

Beneficiaries of the Public Education Employees’ Health Insurance Plan who are Medicare-eligible retirees and Medicare-eligible dependents covered on a retiree contract are automatically enrolled in the new UnitedHealthcare® Group Medicare Advantage (PPO) plan. Learn more.

The heart of a woman

The heart of a woman

For decades there wasn’t a lot of research on women’s heart health because most of the studies focused on men. Women’s health research was more plentiful on other illnesses and conditions, like breast and lung cancer. Read more.

34 and a Stroke Survivor

34 and a Stroke Survivor

In October 2015 Adam DeMaiorbus came down with the worst headache of his life. He fell four times trying to walk to another room and didn’t have the strength to get up. Read Adam's story.

Little Luke and his big doctor

Little Luke and his big doctor

When Joey and Laura Bogus brought their son to the Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children Pediatric ER in December of last year, they were desperate to know what was causing his abdominal pain and other worsening symptoms. Read more.