Compassionate, Quality Healthcare For All Stages of a Woman's Life

At Baptist Health, women have a place they can turn for compassionate, quality healthcare throughout all stages of their lives. We offer both inpatient and outpatient services that address nearly any medical need, across the continuum of a woman's life.

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Healing Broken Hearts for Our Patients and Their Families

Baptist Medical Center South recently received two American Heart Association top performance awards for quality of care under the association's Get With The Guidelines in hospital-based quality improvement programs and is a Blue Cross Center of Distinction.

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Overcome the Pains that Ail You

From carpal tunnel syndrome to the knee pain you’ve had since playing high school sports, Baptist Health offers a wide array of orthopaedic services to central Alabama to help you overcome the pains that ail you.

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Offering Patients Innovative & Quality Care for Neuroscience Patients

From carpal tunnel syndrome to the knee pain you’ve had since playing high school sports, Baptist Health offers a wide array of orthopaedic services to central Alabama to help you overcome the pains that ail you.

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Offering Patients Innovative & Quality Care for Neuroscience Patients

From carpal tunnel syndrome to the knee pain you’ve had since playing high school sports, Baptist Health offers a wide array of orthopaedic services to central Alabama to help you overcome the pains that ail you.

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Baptist Health to host a live nativity scene

Montgomery — As a way to celebrate Christmas, Baptist Health and the Wyndridge neighborhood are hosting a live nativity scene from 6-8:30 p.m., Saturday Dec. 17 and Sunday Dec. 18 at the Baptist Medical Center East campus, 400 Taylor Rd. in Montgomery.  

The Wyndridge neighborhood has hosted a live nativity scene for the past few years, and is now partnering with Baptist Health to draw more people from the community to hear the message of the gospel. This is a family oriented event and is free of charge. Donations are welcome.  

Baptist Health and the Wyndridge neighborhood are not hoping to portray a factual nativity scene, but only to center on the good news of the birth of Jesus Christ. Children will be in costume and animals such as a camel, donkey, cow and sheep will be helping create the atmosphere of the nativity scene. An automated narration of the Christmas story will be playing.  

The community is allowed to walk up to the nativity scene to view the animals and characters. There is also a designated driving route for those wishing to stay in cars to view the event.  

To learn more about Baptist Health, visit www.baptistfirst.org. For questions about the live nativity scene, please call Brooke Glassford at (334) 273-4507.
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