ALERT

View the Attached Documents Concerning Visitation

We are now able to allow one visitor per patient, effective starting October 2nd, with the exception of those suspected to have COVID-19. Passing a COVID screening will allow entry as a visitor to our hospital. View Governor Ivey's Declaration of Rights, as well as Anniston's and Stringfellow's revised visitation policies, in the document below.

View Visitation Guidelines and Rights (.pdf)

News Releases

Breast Cancer Awareness

It’s October, which is a very important month—Breast Cancer Awareness Month. There are a lot of ways that you can help yourself—and women in need—by getting educated and self-screening regularly.  What Is Breast Cancer? Breast cancer is a disease in…

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Why Is My Baby So Gassy?

It’s perfectly normal for your baby to have gas; their digestive systems are brand new, after all—and very small! In this article, we’ll go over all the need-to-knows: Symptoms of gassiness; How to relieve your little one’s gas; What foods…

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September is Baby Safety Month

As the title of this blog suggests, September is a very important month to all of us at RMC! It’s Baby Safety Month, sponsored every year by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association. This year, JPMA is helping educate both parents…

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Your Baby’s Development: The First Trimester

The moment you find out you’re pregnant, everything changes. There’s a whirlwind of questions and information and to-do lists going on inside your head. You’ll probably start imagining your little one, how they’re developing, what they’ll be like. How big…

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