Cullman Regional to host Colon Cancer Seminar March 19th

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Only lung cancer kills more Americans each year than colon cancer, but it doesn’t have to be that way. With early detection and regular screenings, colon cancer is preventable, treatable and beatable. Empower yourself by increasing your understanding of this largely preventable disease with information and resources from General Surgeon Brad Moody, MD, from Cullman…

Motivation Monday

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Exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. For many people though, working out is hindered by achy joints, a lack of flexibility and fear of injury – but it doesn’t have to be. Water aerobics is a low-impact workout that allows you to benefit from exercise without placing too much pressure on your…

Cullman Regional Welcomes Vascular Surgeon Michael Miller, MD, to the Cullman Regional Medical Group

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Cullman Regional welcomes board-certified Vascular Surgeon Michael Miller, MD, to the Cullman Regional Medical Group. A native of Macon, Georgia, he is a graduate of Mercer University and completed Medical School at Mercer University School of Medicine. He completed his post-doctoral training in General Surgery at Keesler Medical Center, Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi,…

Coronavirus Preparations at Cullman Regional

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Given the increased concerns about the coronavirus, we want to share with you the activities that have been going on to date in regards to preparedness for the COVID-19 virus at the state and local level and at Cullman Regional.  Although the virus has not yet surfaced in Alabama, anyone who has: Traveled outside of…

Cullman Regional Offering FREE Prostate Cancer Screenings on February 24th

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Cullman Regional is offering free Prostate Cancer Screenings on Monday, February 24th in the Cullman Regional Urology Clinic. According to the Prostate Cancer Foundation, 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. The greatest risk factors for developing prostate cancer are family history, race and age. Prostate cancer is the…

Cullman EMS to Host 5th Annual 911 Chili Supper & Cook-Off February 22

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Cullman Regional’s Cullman EMS is hosting its 5th Annual 911 Chili Supper & Cook-Off on Saturday, February 22  from 5pm to 7pm at Cullman First Baptist Church with all proceeds benefitting Curt’s Closet of Cullman. The cook-off competition is open to all law enforcement, firefighters, EMA, EMS personnel and dispatchers. The chili supper is open…

Share Club of Cullman Donates to Hospice of Cullman County, Inc.

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Cullman Regional’s Hospice of Cullman County, Inc. recently received a donation of $5,000 from the Share Club of Cullman. The contribution came from proceeds from the Share Club’s Christmas Tour of Homes event and will benefit Hospice’s indigent care patients. Hospice uses the indigent patient care fund to assist patients and families with everyday living…

Cullman Regional to Host Heart Health Seminar February 20th

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In celebration of American Heart Month, Cullman Regional invites you to attend our heart health community seminar next Thursday, February 20th. Coronary artery calcification (CAC) is an excellent cardiovascular disease risk indicator. Knowing your score could save your life. A calcium score exam is a quick, convenient and noninvasive way of evaluating the amount of…

Cullman Regional Employees “Go Red” on National Wear Red Day

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February is American Heart Month, and Cullman Regional employees joined together today to raise awareness and support the fight against heart disease by wearing red for National Wear Red Day. According to the American Heart Association (AHA), heart disease is the number one killer of women, causing 1 in 3 deaths each year. Heart disease…

Cullman EMS Receives Sensory Autism Kits for Every Ambulance

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Cullman Regional’s Cullman EMS recently received ten sensory autism kits called “Carter Kits” to be placed in each ambulance thanks to a recent donation by local State Farm agent, Tonya Wilson. Carter Kits are inspired by Carter Severs, a 5 year-old from Michigan who has Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Carter’s dad, Justin Severs, is a…