Chilton Medical Center

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Chilton Medical Center

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1010 Lay Dam Road

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205 755 2500

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Chilton Medical Center
  • Anaesthesiology
  • Cardiology
  • Cosmetic Surgery
  • ENT
  • Family Practice
  • Gastro-enterology
  • Internal Medicine
  • Ophthalmology
  • Podiatry

Total Number Of Beds : 60

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Welcome to Chilton Medical Center

Chilton Medical Center is a Joint Commission accredited 60bed hospital offering a full range of services to meet the health care needs of Chilton County and surrounding communities We provide the quality you demand and the hometown service that you deserve

Leading specialists in Gastroenterology Surgery Emergency Medicine Anesthesiology Podiatry Gynecology and other specialties compliment our core staff of highly qualified Internal Medicine and Family Practice physicians The nurses at Chilton Medical Center provide warm personalized care that is difficult to find in a large metropolitan hospital

Mission Statement
The Mission of Chilton Medical Center is to serve in leadership and partnership roles in order to be the dominant healthcare provider in the region

Vision Statement
Our Vision is to anticipate and meet the our clients physical emotional and spiritual need in a competent teamfocused approach
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