Pickens County Medical Center
241 Robert K. Wilson Dr.
(PO Box 478)
Carrollton, Ala. 35447-0478
Phone: (205) 367-8111
Administrator: Wayne McElroy
Pickens County Medical Center is a 56-bed county owned hospital located in Carrollton. The facility provides inpatient and outpatient services, including surgical services, an intensive care unit, therapy services and imaging services. The Pickens County Hospital Association, a public board, owns the hospital. Pickens County Medical Center is one of the largest employers in the county. With more than 300 employees, this local healthcare facility has a positive impact on the local economy.
In 2002, the DCH Health System entered into a management agreement with Pickens County Medical Center. Through the management agreement, DCH Health System provides an administrator to oversee the hospital’s operations. Pickens County Medical Center reimburses DCH for the administrator's salary and benefits.
We will improve the quality of life in our community through a health care system of people caring for people.
We will be the best rural health care organization in the nation.
We continually improve in everything we do.
We reach out with compassion and concern.
We honor the dignity, diversity and worth of all people.
We act responsibly, honestly and ethically.
We cultivate relationships that inspire us to serve.
Specialty Clinics at Pickens County Medical Center
Pickens County Medical Center offers residents of Pickens County and the surrounding area a number of health care services, including specialty clinics in cardiology, gastroenterology, urology, oncology (cancer), ophthalmology (eye), podiatry (foot), orthopedics and dermatology.
2012 Statistical Review
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For DCH Health System Financial Highlights, click here
Source: DCH's report to SHPA's annual survey