Thanks to a 10-bed addition, the region's only Level III Neonatal ICU at Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children can now accommodate more babies in need of critical, lifesaving care. Read more
Huntsville Hospital is the only business in North Alabama -- and one of only six statewide -- to earn a 2019 Workplace Health Achievement award from the American Heart Association. Read more
Huntsville Hospital's School of Radiologic Technology is turning 50 years old. The only accredited associate degree program sponsored by the hospital, the school educates students in the art and science of diagnostic imaging. 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 November edition now.
The publication evaluated more than 4,600 hospitals nationwide to help patients decide where to go for care. Huntsville Hospital ranked No. 2 in Alabama. Read more
We recently chose Elizabeth Sanders as vice president of women and children's services, Arin Zapf as chief nursing officer, and Sarah Savage-Jones as Huntsville Hospital Foundation president. Read more
State-of-the-art Kids Care pediatric and neonatal transport ambulance now serving infants, children across the region
A new state-of-the-art ambulance has been added to Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children’s Kids Care fleet, which provides the only pediatric and neonatal critical care transport in the region. Read more.
Huntsville Hospital's Jean Wessel Templeton Community Health Initiative awarded a total of $500,000 in grants to 10 local non-profit organizations that are working to keep Madison County residents healthy. For a list of grant winners and more information click here.
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 July edition now.
NASA retiree Bill Dickson's sound engineering advice has been crucial to some of the hospital's most important projects of the last 20 years, including the elevated tram along Governors Drive. Read more
Huntsville Hospital has broken ground on the biggest medical construction project in the downtown area in almost four decades.
The new Orthopedic & Spine Tower will feature 375,000 square feet of surgical, patient care and specialized physical rehabilitation space in the heart of the hospital campus. Read more
A new Infant Nutrition Lab at Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children is the first and only facility of its type in North Alabama. Read more.
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.