Leah Bagwell CRNA receives ICARE Employee Award for 1st Quater 2021
Pictured are Leah Bagwell, CRNA and Keri Moody, COO
Northwest Medical Center has transitioned through a period of turbulence and change. Individuals in great organizations step up at a time of need and demonstrate the highest level of resilience and dedication to the organizations, community, and commitment. Leah Bagwell is one of those individuals.
Leah took the lead when our Anesthesiologist was injured taking numerous call shifts above and beyond the “norm” under trying circumstances. She performed duties as the solo CRNA many days and performed those duties exceptionally.
Therefore, Leah was recommended for the ICARE award, which she so humbly deserves.
Northwest Medical Center welcomes Dr. Dan Morris to our community!
Dr. Morris specializes in Orthopedic Surgery and is fellowship trained in sports medicine and arthroscopy with specialized training in minimally invasive joint replacement surgery, fracture care and general orthopedics. He is currently scheduling patients in Winfield at our Wellness Clinic location adjacent to the hospital.
To schedule an appointment, please call 205-221-4916.
According to the CDC, autism affects an estimated 1 in 54 children in the United States today. Autism can affect the whole body and have associated medical and mental health conditions.
Join us this month as we rocognize everyone with autism and their caregivers.
Be kind and create a kinder world.
For more inforamtion you can visit Autism Speaks World Autism Month
The Winfield Hospital had its official opening in 1949 and since that time has been serving the primary health care needs of Marion, Fayette, Lamar, Walker and Winston Counties.
In this modern era, Northwest Medical Center has added many specialized services reaching beyond our primary service area into a regional service facility. A modern, well-equipped replacement hospital was built in 1998 and compliments the quality of our Medical Staff and patient care.
Digital mammography can detect early-stage breast cancer.
If you're a woman 40 years of age or older, you should have a mammogram every year.
Schedule your mammogram today by calling us at (205) 487-7748. (A physician's order is required).
In the fairy tale "The Princess and the Pea," the heroine cannot sleep because she can feel a very small lump, even though it's covered by dozens of mattresses.
In real life, we are not that lucky. By the time we can feel a lump in our own breasts, a cancerous tumor could possibly have grown larger and spread beyond the breast into other areas of our bodies.
The process for requesting a patient's medical records includes obtaining a medical release of information authorization that is signed and dated by the patient.