Medical Health Cures is constantly improving, providing healthcare professionals with more effective and powerful diagnostic and treatment tools. At Parkway Medical Center, we support our full range of medical services and diagnostic facilities with the latest medical technology.

For more in-depth information about our comprehensive medical resources and how Parkway Medical Center is staying on the leading edge of medicine, select the Medical Services & Technology tab at the left.

Get to know the caring face of healthcare in your community at Parkway Medical Center. Our highly skilled team of healthcare professionals is dedicated to keeping you and your family healthy.

Emergency Services
No one plans to visit the emergency department. It just happens, and usually when you least expect it. Parkway Medical Center is a Level 3 Trauma Center with advanced patient care for acute illnesses and chronic diseases to communities in Morgan and surrounding counties, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Rapid transport of patients via helicopter is available, should the need arise. Click here for our ER brochure.

Our ER houses 14 private treatment rooms, a pediatric waiting room, and specially designed pediatric exam room. Additionally, custom-designed OB/GYN exam rooms allow maximum privacy. A separate bereavement room allows privacy for families. Parkway is also prepared to manage potential industrial accidents with a large decontamination room for treating chemical exposure.

Sleep Disorders Center
Over 70 million people have some type of sleep disorder and 18 million of them are related to sleep apnea. This can affect your health in many ways- ranging from Heart attack, High Blood Pressure, Stroke, Headaches and even memory loss.

It’s good to know that The Sleep Disorders Center at Parkway Medical Center is here to help you get back to a good nights sleep and improve your health.

You will receive quality care from our professional and friendly staff with many years of experience in diagnosing and treating sleep disorders. The sleep center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, which is the highest standard of Accreditation.

The Sleep Disorders Center at Parkway Medical Center diagnoses and treats pediatric patients (Ages 5 and up) as well as adults. Using the latest technology and diagnostic equipment we are able to diagnose and treat a wide variety of sleep disorders.

Labor & Delivery at The Pavilion for Women and Children

Parkway Medical Center’s Pavilion for Women and Children is an exceptional place to deliver a baby. But, having a baby begins long before you give birth and the more you know, the more relaxed and comfortable you’ll be with the changes in your body and in your life. Our maternal-child health education classes led by experts, are ongoing and include:

Prepared Childbirth Classes

Breastfeeding Basics, Baby Safety, and a Sibling Class (schedule with unit)
Prenatal Tours (schedule with unit)
For information on exact times and locations call 256.301.3499.

Services and programs are family-focused to insure the best experience possible. You and your baby will be cared for in the warm, nurturing atmosphere of a labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum room (LDRP.) Should you give birth by cesarean section, you’ll be taken to a specially designed operating room within The Pavilion, then returned to your private room.

Wound Care and Infusion Center at Parkway Medical Center
Suffering from a non-healing wound? You’re not alone. Every year chronic wounds caused by diabetes, poor circulation, or other conditions keep 3 to 5 million Americans from doing the things they love. We can help you get your life back.

A team of multi-specialty physicians and podiatrists with advanced training in wound treatment along with a wound care certified nurse will work with your physician to create your own unique treatment program.


As an alternative to hospitalization, the Infusion Center provides a wide range of infusion therapies, including:

• Blood Transfusion
• Therapeutic Injections
• PICC Line placement (Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter) for extended treatment
• Click here for more information on PICC lines.