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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Heart


How healthy is your heart?

According to the American Heart Association, nearly three-quarters of Americans with high blood pressure—a major risk factor for heart disease—don’t even know they have it.

Nearly everyone has a relative or friend who has experienced heart issues. That’s because heart disease, a broad term that refers to a range of medical conditions that affect the body’s most important organ, is the No. 1 killer of both men and women in the U.S. Although your risk rises as you age, 45 percent of heart attacks occur in people under age 65. So it’s never too early to be aware of your risk factors and to begin adopting heart-healthy habits. That’s because many risk factors are preventable, and getting them under control can have a significant effect on your heart health—if you’re aware of them. Answer a few questions to determine your risk for heart disease and to learn about the
Disclaimer: This assessment is intended to give you a general idea of your heart disease risk and is not intended for diagnosing or prescribing. No matter what your results, please share them with your physician, and be sure to consult your physician before undertaking any form of medical treatment or adopting any exercise program or dietary guidelines.