Hartselle Health Park Specialty Clinic Now Scheduling Appointments

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Patients can now schedule appointments at Cullman Regional’s Hartselle Health Park Specialty Clinic. The specialty physician clinic is the first phase of the Hartselle Health Park to be completed. The Hartselle Health Park provides convenient access to healthcare in the Hartselle community and surrounding areas. Patients will have access to providers in the following specialties:…

Masks Still Required in Alabama Hospitals and Nursing Homes

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Update from Alabama Hospital Association — May 14, 2021   While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced May 13 that people fully vaccinated for COVID-19 may go maskless in most places, Alabama’s nursing homes and hospitals are still under federal mask requirements. The Alabama Nursing Home Association and the Alabama Hospital Association…

Cullman Regional Medical Group Welcomes Family Physician Richard Gonzales, MD

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Cullman Regional is excited to welcome Family Physician Richard Gonzales, MD, to the Cullman Regional Medical Group. Dr. Gonzales is a board-certified Family Physician and completed medical school in the Philippines. He then completed his post-doctoral training in Family Medicine at St. Clare’s Hospital in Schenectady, New York. Most recently, he practiced with Sutter Healthcare…

Cullman Regional Wound Healing Center Spotlights Wound Healing & Prevention During Foot Health Awareness Month

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When it comes to foot health, every step counts. The Wound Healing Center at Cullman Regional is recognizing Foot Health Awareness Month by offering information and tips to educate patients about foot health and chronic wounds. Did you know that the average person walks more than 100,000 miles in their lifetime? The human foot is…

Cullman Regional Continues to Require Masks for All Entering the Facility

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Cullman Regional Medical Center announced today that they will continue to require anyone entering the medical center to wear a mask.  This announcement comes after Governor Ivey announced that the Alabama Statewide Mask Mandate Order will expire on Friday, April 9 at 5 pm. “Out of an abundance of caution, Cullman Regional will continue to…

Cullman Regional to Open First Health Park in Alabama

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BRINGING INTEGRATED SERVICES TO COMMUNITY Cullman Regional announced plans to open the first of their planned “health parks.” This is a new concept that assembles many different types of health services into a single setting. The arrival of health parks should be viewed from the perspective of the many delivery models that share the goal…

Cullman Regional Launches Online Appointment Scheduling for COVID-19 Vaccine

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Cullman Regional recently launched an online scheduling tool to allow community members to self-schedule themselves for the COVID-19 vaccine. Patients can access the online form at CullmanVaccine.com. Appointment slots will open up 5 days prior to any available clinics based on Cullman Regional’s current vaccine allocation. Patients must have an appointment to receive a vaccine….

Cullman Regional Receives Emergency CON Approval for Expansion Project

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The Health Care Authority of Cullman County/ Cullman Regional Board of Directors announced today they have received Emergency Alabama Certificate of Need (CON) approval to add an additional 30 beds to the hospital including 13 additional critical care beds. During the final months of 2020 and into 2021, Cullman Regional’s Critical Care reached a capacity…

In Loving Memory of Mir Varquez, MD

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Cullman Regional medical staff and team members are sad to acknowledge the loss of long-time cardiologist Mir Varquez, MD. Our hospital family, especially our cardiovascular services and inpatient nursing team members are heartbroken by this loss. Dr. Varquez has been a familiar face around the hospital for approximately 25 years. She and her family established…