Crestwood Medical Center

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Crestwood Medical Center
Crestwood Medical Center.JPG
Main building
Geography
Location 1 Hospital Drive, Huntsville, Alabama, United States
Coordinates 34°41′39″N 86°34′22″W / 34.6943°N 86.5728°W / 34.6943; -86.5728Coordinates: 34°41′39″N 86°34′22″W / 34.6943°N 86.5728°W / 34.6943; -86.5728
Organization
Care system Private, Medicare, Medicaid
Services
Emergency department Level III Trauma, Physician On Duty
Beds 150
History
Founded 1964
Links
Website www.crestwoodmedcenter.com
Lists Hospitals in Alabama

Crestwood Medical Center is a medical complex located in Huntsville, Alabama. As of 2011, there were 1,012 employees in the medical complex. It is accredited by the Joint Commission.

History[edit]

Crestwood was named for the district where it was located, and was opened originally as a nursing home in 1964. The following year, it became a hospital. It was founded by three physicians: Dr. Ellis Sparks, Dr. James Earl Robertson, and Dr. Bernie Moore and the local businessman Archie Hill.

Crestwood Medical Center School of Radiology[edit]

A Medical Radiography Program is a two year certificate program that prepares the participant for entry-level employment in the field of radiographic medical imaging.[1]

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