Crestwood Medical Center
|Crestwood Medical Center|
|Location||1 Hospital Drive, Huntsville, Alabama, United States|
|Care system||Private, Medicare, Medicaid|
|Emergency department||Level III Trauma, Physician On Duty|
|Lists||Hospitals in Alabama|
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
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.
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