Our monthly “News in 90” videos offer an inside look at the people and programs shaping the future of Huntsville Hospital Health System. Watch the November edition now.
News & Publications
Huntsville Hospital has been named one of America's 50 Best Hospitals for Cardiac Surgery and one of America's 100 Best Hospitals for Spine Surgery by Healthgrades. We also earned Healthgrades' highest Five-Star Distinction for total knee replacement, spinal fusion surgery and coronary bypass surgery. Read more.
Marshall Medical Center North in Guntersville, Marshall Medical Center South in Boaz and Lincoln Medical Center in Fayetteville, Tenn., are now part of the not-for-profit Huntsville Hospital Health System. We are excited to partner with these excellent community hospitals to improve more lives across the region. Read more
Huntsville Hospital's new Parkinson's Care Clinic is the first of its kind in North Alabama and offers comprehensive, therapeutic services under one roof. Read more.
In a comparison of more than 100 hospitals in Alabama, U.S. News & World Report ranks Huntsville Hospital #2 in the state. Read more.
Huntsville Hospital’s plan for a new multi-story bed tower to meet growing patient demand has been approved by the Alabama Certificate of Need Review Board. Read more.
Drivers on Huntsville Hospital campus may want to plan an alternate route to avoid construction on Lowell Drive. Read more.
Huntsville Hospital names Kyle Buchanan the new Vice President of Women and Children’s Services. Read more.
With its 2018-19 grant awards, Huntsville Hospital's Jean Wessel Templeton Community Health Initiative has now provided more than $10 million to support local nonprofit agecies that are working to keep Madison County residents healthy. The program began in 1996.
The treatment of certain brain tumors just got faster and more effective thanks to a powerful new stereotactic radiosurgery system at Huntsville Hospital. Read more.
Our monthly “News in 90” videos offer an inside look at the people and programs shaping the future of Huntsville Hospital Health System. Watch the October edition now.
Huntsville Hospital Health System names new Vice President of Huntsville Hospital Health System’s Physician Network. Read more.
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey presented a $1,000,000 grant today to assist Huntsville Hospital in building a nursing simulation lab at Calhoun Community College’s Huntsville campus. Read more.
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.
Due to the increasing incidence of flu and in the best interests of hospital patients, families and staff, we ask that you not visit patients in the hospital if you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms. Read more.
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.
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.
Huntsville Hospital is among just a handful of hospitals in the entire Southeast with a Mazor X robotic surgery system for treatment of spinal deformities, spinal stenosis, chronic back pain and other spine conditions. Read more.
Huntsville Hospital Health System has named Josh Hewiett as the President of the largest cardiology practice in North Alabama. Read more.
The Jean Wessel Templeton Community Health Initiative presents 13 grants totaling $500,000 to local non-profits in Madison County. Read more.
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.
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.
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.