The Power of Rural! Celebrate with us at Hale County Hospital as we recognize Thursday, November 17th as National Rural Health Day. We are committed to providing Top Care to residents of all ages across Hale County. As a predominantly rural community, we hear, see and empathize with the struggles that our residents face when trying to access equitable healthcare services. The theme of this year’s National Rural Health Day is “Advancing Behavioral Health Equity in Rural Communities”.
The high quality care you can receive at any of our locations, justly aligns with this year’s Rural Health Day theme. We are here for our community members and we are here to help you and your loved ones through any and all crises you may face. Our committed team of doctors, nurse practitioners, and nurses are driven to provide passionate, holistic care to your whole family. We focus on relationship-based and high-touch care that allows us to get to know our patients in ways that less personal systems are unable to achieve. We place a great emphasis on primary care, mental health and behavioral health, and social services, and are working to bring the best of specialty care via video and telephone consultation to your visits with your primary care providers.
In our efforts to advance behavioral health equity in our Hale County community we have incredible psychiatrists located at both our Moundville and Greensboro Clinic locations throughout the week. We welcomed a new child psychiatrist to the Hale County Healthcare Authority team this past September, Dr. Donna Davis, and cannot stress enough the value and importance she brings to our rural community by offering top quality & equitable care to the youth age groups of Hale County. Schedule an appointment today with Dr. Davis who serves both the Moundville and Greensboro Clinics!
Hale County Hospital Clinic: (334) 624 – 4442
Moundville Medical Associates: (205) 371 – 4444