When Madison Hospital employee Robin Jackson developed a massive pulmonary embolism, the CT scanner that she works with every day helped save her life. Read more
The new 10,000-square-foot Madison Hospital Endoscopy Center doubles the space available on our campus for outpatient endoscopic procedures including colonoscopy and EGD. Read more.
Madison Hospital patient Rich Baker was too sick to go see his daughter sign a college softball scholarship with Mercer University, so the hospital and surgeon Douglas Downey brought the signing ceremony to him. Read more
Madison Hospital is the first in North Alabama to earn the 2018 IBCLC Care Award for lactation support services.
Presented by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners and International Lactation Consultant Association, the Care Award recognizes hospitals that provide special training for nursing, medical and other staff that care for breastfeeding families, and that have implemented projects to promote, protect and support breastfeeding and the lactation consultant profession.
Madison Hospital’s lactation support program is overseen by International Board Certified Lactation Consultants Kristine Taff, RN, Margaret Pierce, RN, Stacy Ramirez, RN, and Elizabeth Dunaway.
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.
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Will Stroud to our medical staff at Madison Hospital.
A Huntsville native who completed his medical training at the University of South Alabama, Will Stroud, MD, joined OB/GYN Associates last summer and has become a familiar sight in our Labor & Delivery Unit. We posed a few questions to Dr. Stroud to help you get to know him better. Read more.
At Madison Hospital, we continually re-invest in our facility and technology to help ensure the best possible experience for our patients and visitors.
We plan to roll out three projects in 2017 that should reduce ER wait times while significantly increasing our imaging capabilities. Learn more.
We have a few new faces on our Madison Hospital leadership team. Read more.
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.