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 the COVID-19 pandemic. Amid the stress and uncertainty of this time, we remain dedicated to keeping you informed about the actions Cullman Regional is taking for you.

We are committed to providing:

Access to care:
  • Virtual Care: Now offering screening via our Virtual Care Service. Access this service by visiting: cullmanregional.com/virtualcare
  • Cullman Regional Urgent Care: Now offering registration and triage from your car. Patients are brought into the facility only when a room is ready. Text CRMCUC to 256-242-5885 upon arrival at the Urgent Care.
  • Cullman Regional Emergency Department: available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if your illness becomes severe or life-threatening.
  • Cullman Regional Medical Group:
    • Telemedicine for patients when appropriate
      Call our offices to schedule.
    • Sick-Only Clinic with Same-Day Appointments
      • Call (256) 739-0455
        Cullman Regional Family Care – South
        1705 Main Avenue SW, Suite B, Cullman, AL 35058
    • Chronic-care Management Clinic
      • Call (256) 735-5075
        Cullman Regional Family Care – North
        1948 AL Highway 157, POB 1, Suite 450, Cullman, AL 35058

COVID-19 Testing:

  • Cullman Regional has created a drive-up testing site on campus to allow patients who meet criteria to be tested in their car.
  • Approval is required, not to deny anyone, but simply intended to ensure that those in our community who are most vulnerable are able to get the care they need as fast as possible.
  • All patients are scheduled after they have been pre-screened by a provider.

Information to our community:

  • COVID-19 Information Line: If you are concerned and have questions about COVID-19 and what you should do, you can al Cullman Regional’s COVID-19 Information Line at (256) 735-5530. We have operators to help answer your questions.

Most people who get the virus do not require hospitalization and can recover at home with symptomatic treatment. Symptoms include cough, fever and shortness of breath. If you feel sick, but can manage at home, stay home to help prevent the spreading of germs to others.

Rest assured, we are committed to ensuring the emotional and physical well-being of every citizen of the communities we serve.