Check here often to find out about the latest news and events at Marshall Medical Centers. Here you'll find links to press releases and upcoming events that will keep you abreast of what's happening at our medical centers and in our community.
Pink Pumpkin Run a huge success
Saturday’s Pink Pumpkin Run may have been the largest event ever held at Guntersville’s Civitan Park. Perfect fall weather with temperatures in the 70s drew more than 1,000 racers to a course lined by supporters who turned Sunset Drive pink in the name of eradicating breast cancer.
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Hope In Bloom garden planted in honor of cancer sufferers
Around 100 volunteers dug in Thursday to plant bulbs, pansies, camellias, roses and hydrangeas in a flower garden dedicated to cancer victims and their families, called “Hope in Bloom.” The garden grew from a $5,000 Keep America Beautiful grant awarded to the city of Guntersville, as well as corporate sponsors ...Read More
Marshall Medical Centers hold informational meetings to help the uninsured sign up for health coverage
Health insurance has always been confusing. It has become even more complex now that there is a completely new way to buy health coverage. Starting next month, an Open Enrollment period will begin for the uninsured to sign up for the Health Insurance Marketplace, also known as the health insurance ...Read More
Fine Tuning Infection Control Procedures Already in Place
Guntersville, Alabama – October 6, 2014 – Marshall Medical Centers are carefully monitoring patients who present with flu-like symptoms and who may have traveled outside the country within the last 21 days while also ensuring internal protocols for treating patients with infectious diseases are updated with emerging information.
In the ...Read More
Scholarship Available for Healthcare Students from Marshall Medical Centers
GUNTERSVILLE, ALABAMA – April 2, 2014– The Marshall Medical Centers Physicians’ Spouses Auxiliary (PSA) is a group of dedicated physicians’ spouses committed to supporting The Foundation for Marshall Medical Centers. Apart from the Foundation’s scholarship program for graduating seniors in Marshall County, the Physicians’ Spouses Auxiliary Scholarship Program is offered ...Read More
Youth Volunteers Encouraged to Apply for Summer Positions at Marshall Medical Center South
Boaz, Alabama – April 2, 2014 - Marshall Medical Center South and the Foundation for Marshall Medical Centers are seeking high school students who want to volunteer during June and July. This Summer Volunteer Program gives students an opportunity to increase their knowledge about the medical field while gaining valuable ...Read More
In 2014 Marshall Medical Centers Will Be Tobacco Free
Guntersville, Alabama, November 18th, 2013 - On January 1, 2014, all Marshall Medical Centers’ locations will be tobacco free. The implementation of this tobacco free policy is the result of a three year campaign to create a healthier environment for our patients, guests and employees.
Marshall Medical Centers began enforcing ...Read More
First Patient at New Cancer Care Center Gets a Special Escort
GUNTERSVILLE, ALABAMA – Monday, July 15 –A new era for cancer care in Marshall County officially began at 7:15 this morning as the first patient, Mr. John Chumley, was escorted through the doors of the new Marshall Cancer Care Center by Ms. Jane Blackwelder, a patient who has recently completed ...Read More
Medical Centers Bringing Leading-Edge Cancer Care to Marshall County
EMBARGOED UNTIL 7/6/13
GUNTERSVILLE, ALABAMA – Monday, July 8
Monday, July 15 marks the start of a new era for cancer care in Marshall County – that’s the day the new Marshall Cancer Care Center opens, dramatically increasing the capacity and treatment options for local patient care.
The new 22,000 ...Read More
Shaping the Future of Healthcare
GUNTERSVILLE, ALABAMA – May 21, 2013 – Today, Marshall Medical Centers launched its county-wide campaign to solicit community participation in an assessment of community health needs. Through a series of public service announcements residents of Marshall County and the surrounding area are being asked to participate in an online survey ...Read More