Huntsville Living
The city of Huntsville is a regional center for excellence in medical technology. With two accredited hospitals, Huntsville serves residents of North Alabama and south central Tennessee who turn to our state-of-the-art facilities for the highest quality medical care.

Crestwood Medical Center, located in south Huntsville, is a 150 bed, full-service acute care hospital offering the latest medical advancements in diagnostic and surgical procedures. Crestwood is accredited by The Joint Commission and has been recognized as a Tier 1 facility by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of AL. The Joint Commission named Crestwood a "Top Performer in Key Quality Measures" for 2011. Crestwood was the only hospital in Madison County and one of only 620 hospitals in the nation to earn this elite honor.
The hospital maintains over 500 physicians on staff and houses hundreds of medical practices on its campus with easy accessibility and convenient parking.

Huntsville Hospital, located in Huntsville's medical district, is an 881-bed, not-for-profit institution. This is the second largest hospital in Alabama and the sixth largest publicly owned hospital system in the nation. Huntsville Hospital employs nearly 7,000 employees, has a Medical Staff of over 750 physicians, and serves as the major referral hospital and trauma center in the Tennessee Valley. The hospital also operates Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children, which is one of only three pediatric hospitals in Alabama. Local affiliates of Huntsville Hospital include The Heart Center, Inc and a multi-specialty physician network. Huntsville Hospital also owns a 70-bed rehabilitation hospital in Huntsville which is managed by HealthSouth. 

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