Hospitals Ratings, Location and Contact

5324 hospitals found. Showing 1 - 20
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Southeast Alabama Medical Center
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1108 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan, Alabama 36301
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   Phone: (334) 793-8701    
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Marshall Medical Centers
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 2505 U S Highway 431 North, Boaz, Alabama 35957
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   Phone: (256) 593-8310    
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North Alabama Medical Center
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1701 Veterans Drive, Florence, Alabama 35630
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   Phone: (256) 768-8400    
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Mizell Memorial Hospital
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 702 N Main St, Opp, Alabama 36467
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   Phone: (334) 493-3541    
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Crenshaw Community Hospital
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 101 Hospital Circle, Luverne, Alabama 36049
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   Phone: (334) 335-3374    
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St. Vincent's East
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 50 Medical Park East Drive, Birmingham, Alabama 35235
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   Phone: (205) 838-3122    
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Dekalb Regional Medical Center
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 200 Med Center Drive, Fort Payne, Alabama 35968
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   Phone: (256) 845-3150    
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Shelby Baptist Medical Center
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1000 First Street North, Alabaster, Alabama 35007
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   Phone: (205) 620-8100    
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Callahan Eye Hospital
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1720 University Blvd, Suite 500, Birmingham, Alabama 35233
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NA   Phone: (205) 325-8100    
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Helen Keller Hospital
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1300 South Montgomery Avenue, Sheffield, Alabama 35660
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   Phone: (256) 386-4556    
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Dale Medical Center
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 126 Hospital Ave, Ozark, Alabama 36360
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   Phone: (334) 774-2601    
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Cherokee Medical Center
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 400 Northwood Dr, Centre, Alabama 35960
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NA   Phone: (256) 927-5531    
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Baptist Medical Center South
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 2105 East South Boulevard, Montgomery, Alabama 36116
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   Phone: (334) 288-2100    
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Jackson Hospital & Clinic Inc
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1725 Pine Street, Montgomery, Alabama 36106
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   Phone: (334) 293-8000    
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East Alabama Medical Center And Snf
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 2000 Pepperell Parkway, Opelika, Alabama 36801
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   Phone: (334) 749-3411    
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University Of Alabama Hospital
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 619 South 19th Street, Birmingham, Alabama 35233
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   Phone: (205) 934-4011    
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Community Hospital Inc
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 805 Friendship Road, Tallassee, Alabama 36078
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   Phone: (334) 283-6541    
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Cullman Regional Medical Center
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1912 Alabama Highway 157, Cullman, Alabama 35058
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   Phone: (256) 737-2000    
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Andalusia Health
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 849 South Three Notch Street, Andalusia, Alabama 36420
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   Phone: (334) 222-8466    
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Stringfellow Memorial Hospital
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 301 East 18th St, Anniston, Alabama 36201
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   Phone: (256) 235-8900    

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