Cullman Regional’s Marketing and Public Relations Team is committed to providing the community with the most up-to-date information about Cullman Regional, as well as a wide range of health issues.

To ensure the privacy of our patients, a representative from Marketing and Public Relations must accompany members of the media during all visits to Cullman Regional’s main campus and related sites.

All requests to speak with any member of the Cullman Regional staff must be directed to Marketing and Public Relations prior to any interviews.

During emergencies or breaking news, check our Facebook page: @CullmanRegionalMedicalCenter

Marketing and Public Relations Office:
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for interviews, background information and media visits.

After-hours patient condition requests:
Call (256) 737-2000 and ask that the Media Contact be contacted.

Public Relations Contact
:
Lindsey P. Dossey, Vice President,
Marketing and Public Relations

Cullman Regional Update on COVID-19 Situation

Cullman Regional Medical Center reports that COVID-19 is having a critical and hopefully short-term financial impact on the entire local healthcare community. “As healthcare professionals, we are used to pulling together as a team in a time of crisis,” Cullman Regional CEO James Clements said. “But this is unlike any situation we’ve experienced before.” Cullman…

Cullman Regional Seeking Donations from Community of Medical and Cleaning Supplies

As cases of COVID-19 increase in Alabama, local hospitals are bracing for shortages of medical supplies, personal protective equipment (PPE) and cleaning supplies. Cullman Regional is seeking donations from the community of unopened packages of supplies including: Clorox with bleach (concentrate and wipes) Hand sanitizers Surgical masks (no handmade masks at this time) Safety goggles…

Cullman Regional — Committed and Ready to Care for You

If you are having trouble breathing, we recommend that you seek immediate care! Cullman Regional Emergency Department Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call (256) 737-2904 to let us know you’re coming & we’ll be ready!   We want our community to know that we are ready to lead our community through…

Cullman Regional Announces First Local COVID-19 Positive Patient

Cullman Regional Medical Center announced today that a local healthcare provider in Cullman has become the first in the community to test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19). However, this provider is currently not exhibiting any symptoms and has self-quarantined for 14 days. All provider, staff and patient interaction has been analyzed and is considered low-risk per…

Letter to the Community from Cullman Regional Physicians

Cullman Regional Implements ADDITIONAL Visitation Restrictions to Prevent Spread of Illness

Cullman Regional Medical Center announced today that they are implementing ADDITIONAL visitation restrictions for hospital patients, effective immediately. To further protect the health of our patients, workforce and the community, and prevent the potential spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), Cullman Regional is modifying its visitor policy across all Cullman Regional facilities including the hospital,…

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Our hospital has taken every precaution to provide for the safety of our patients and our staff.  We have treated communicable diseases for many years, so we understand the precautions that must be taken in terms of isolating patients, limiting visitors and having employees wear protective clothing. Plans are in place. We urge members of…

Coronavirus (COVID-19): What Do I Do If I Feel Sick?

If you have a cough, a fever or difficulty breathing, and you are worried that you may have COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, here are recommendations to help prevent the disease from spreading to people in your home and community. 1. Stay Home and Call a Health Care Provider Unless it is…

Cullman Regional Implements Visitation Restrictions to Prevent Spread of Illness

Cullman Regional Medical Center announced today that they are implementing visitation restrictions for hospital patients, effective immediately. To further protect the health of our patients, workforce and the community, and prevent the potential spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), Cullman Regional is modifying its visitor policy across all Cullman Regional facilities including the hospital, urgent…