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411 Headline News – April 2024

The 411 Headline News is here to bring you the latest news at Marshall Medical Centers.


Marshall Medical Center South and the Marshall Cancer Care Center hosted a blood drive with LifeSouth Community Blood Centers for our staff and community members. We registered 69 blood donors. The next blood drive will be at Marshall Medical North June 11th and 12thTo learn more, please click here!

Marshall Sleep Medicine Academy's A-STEP training program is paving the way for aspiring sleep technologists. With a focus on education and skill development, this program prepares professionals for a fulfilling career in sleep medicine. Interested in joining the program? We currently have three participants, but there's always room for more. To learn more, please click here!

Marshall South nurses, Leanna Dilbeck and Jonathan Lynn, attended Asbury Elementary to present our SmartStart program, an initiative designed to guide 5th grade students through the complexities of puberty and self-care. The class covers puberty education, keeping a healthy lifestyle, skincare, and healthy self-image development, SmartStart equips students with essential knowledge for this critical stage of life. To learn more, please click here!

Marshall Medical Centers observed Organ and Tissue Donation Month with a Donate Life flag raising ceremonies in partnership with Legacy of Hope. The flag can be spotted at both our hospital flag poles.

Our Marshall GoldCare 55+ program gathered for their monthly Lunch 'N Learn session. This month, attendees had the privilege of hearing from Dori Elliot, our esteemed Speech Pathologist, who shared insights into the latest advancements in speech pathology and cognitive issues. To learn more, please click here!

Marshall County Youth Leadership students experienced a 'Day in the Life' at Marshall Medical Centers, gaining firsthand insight into our healthcare facilities and services.

The Marshall Wound Healing Center has done it again and received the prestigious President’s Circle award from Healogics for clinical and operational excellence. This is the 10th consecutive year The Wound Healing Center has won the award. Congratulations to our dedicated team! To learn more, please click here!

A heartwarming collaboration between the Volunteer Auxiliaries and The Foundation for Marshall Medical Centers resulted in the replacement of portable chemo pumps at the Cancer Care Center, ensuring uninterrupted therapy for our cancer patients. These compact and user-friendly pumps not only facilitate home infusions but also contribute to patient well-being with on-pump alarms and reports, minimizing clinical visits. To learn more, please click here!

Our High Reliability Organizational Training took place this month. We caught up with Dr. Hughes to hear all about the training.

Marshall Medical Centers Volunteer Services celebrated National Volunteer Appreciation Week with a delightful luncheon at Guntersville State Park on April 18th, honoring the invaluable contributions of our volunteers.

Looking ahead to next month, mark your calendars for the Volunteer Auxiliary $5 jewelry sale at Marshall Medical North May 2nd and 3rd and don’t forget about Senior Health and Fitness Day, and free event for our area seniors 55 and older. The event will take place at Civitan Park in Guntersville May 23rd from 9am-Noon. A free lunch will be provided to everyone in attendance. Please call Kami Mitchell to RSVP your group today. To learn more, please click here!

And there you have it, that’s the 411! We look forward to sharing more Marshall Medical Centers Headlines with you again real soon.