Floyd Medical Center Straightforward

Recently Viewed

  • Behind the Green: 2017 Floyd Annual Report

    The report to the community highlights the people, events and accomplishments of...

    Behind The Green: 2017 Floyd Annual Report

  • A Promise to Keep

    Thanks to the diligent work of Dr. Paul Brock, Dr. Stephen Hom, Dr. Daniel Phillips and Dr. Dee Russell, breast health patients no longer have to endure an agonizing wait of days or even weeks before learning whether their tumor is cancerous.

    Stories of Care

  • Pay it Forward

    When you have a family member battling a potentially fatal disease like breast cancer, you feel helpless. You want to do something to fix the problem, remove the anxiety or take away the pain.

    Stories of Care

  • 2016 Floyd Annual Report

    The report to the community highlights the events and accomplishments of the pas...

    2016 Floyd Annual Report

  • Certificate of Need

    Certificate of Need (CON) is the official determination that a new or expanded health care service or facility is needed.

    Relevant Topic

  • Board Member Directory

    Learn more about the community leaders who serve on the boards and authorities that govern Floyd Medical Center and its affiliates.

    Governance

Floyd and Cherokee Better Together

Posted by Kurt Stuenkel, President and CEO
June 1, 2018
Kurt Stuenkel, Floyd President and CEO

On June 1, 2018, Cherokee Medical Center in Centre, Ala., became the newest member of the Floyd health care system.

For decades residents from Centre, Cedar Bluff, Gaylesville, Leesburg, Piedmont and Spring Garden have come to Floyd for health care services. Floyd also provides care on site in Cherokee County with services at Floyd Urgent Care in Centre. Floyd is committed to serving residents of Cherokee County.

Read more.

$87.92 Million Provided in Community Benefits

$87.92 Million Provided in Community Benefits

The 2018 Community Benefit Report highlights the services provided by Floyd that flow back to the communities we serve and includes a summary of indigent and charity care, medical education and medical support at community events. For instance, did you know that in 2018, Floyd and Polk together provided over $33.23 million in indigent and charity care?