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Cullman Regional announces plans for Hartselle urgent care, imaging center

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Cullman Regional has announced it will soon break ground on a new venture: a multi-use health care facility in Hartselle. 

The facility will include an urgent care center, outpatient imaging center and specialty physician clinic.

“We continue to have more people from the Hartselle community utilizing the services at Cullman Regional,” said vice president of marketing and outreach Lindsey Dossey. “We want to make it more convenient for the Hartselle community to access these services.”

Plans include: an Urgent Care Center with six exam rooms, nurses’ station, lab, work room, lobby, reception area and more general work space, plus the Imaging Center and Specialty Physician Clinic, featuring such services as 3D mammography, MRI, CT, ultrasound, X-ray and bone densitometer with three exam rooms, nurses’ station, shared lobby and reception area and rotating specialty physicians.

Official said plans are for the Urgent Care Center to be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

“The facility will also feature online check-in, similar to our other Urgent Care facility in Cullman,” Dossey said. “Our consumers have really enjoyed this feature, and so we’re excited to offer this convenience at the Hartselle facility as well.”

Online check-in, Dossey said, is a convenient way to schedule a visit to the urgent care while on-the-go, at work or from home. 

Patients will be able to go online and select a time that works best for their schedule. The service is free, can be accessed from any device and saves time for patients when they aren’t feeling well.

“We are excited to offer these additional services for our consumers in the Hartselle community,” Cullman Regional CEO James Clements said. “Our goal is to make healthcare more convenient for the patients we serve, and this is one more way that we can make accessing healthcare more convenient for the community of Hartselle and the surrounding area.”

For more information about Cullman Regional, call at 256-737-2000 or visit online at www.cullmanregional.com.

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