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Notice of Privacy Incident - A fax containing Midtown Medical Center (MMC) in-patient census data for the night of June 19th, 2014 was inadvertently misdirected. The fax contained only general information such as name, room number, date of birth and physician name. The fax did NOT contain diagnosis information or confidential financial information and poses very little risk. However, if you believe that you may have been impacted by this incident please contact us at 1-800-352-2331 for additional information. 02.27.2015
John B. Amos Cancer Center Receives National Achievement Award 05.01.2013
Dr. Brian Druker, guest lecturer for 3rd Annual John B. Amos Lectureship Series 02.06.2013
Thirteen Friends Join Scott's Ride for Miracles to Benefit Children's Miracle Network at The Medical Center 04.11.2012
Mercer University Partners With Columbus Hospitals to Establish Third Medical School Campus 02.10.2012
The Medical Center Receives $20,000 to Support Pediatric Care in Columbus 01.31.2012
Columbus Regional Appoints New President and CEO 12.06.2011
Hughston Hospital in Columbus Recognized as 'Top Performer' on Key Quality Measures' by The Joint Commission 09.16.2011
Columbus Regional Appoints Interim CEO 09.12.2011
Dr. John Pawloski Named Distinguished Cancer Scholar 08.17.2011
Modified van helps rehabilitation patients on their road to recovery 08.16.2011
The Medical Center and Doctors Hospital place on Quality Honor Roll 08.10.2011
Dairy Queen to host Miracle Treat Day to Benefit Children’s Miracle Network 08.09.2011
As the region's leading provider of healthcare, Columbus Regional Health has touched the lives of most of the children and adults in this region through its comprehensive network of services. Located in the West Georgia city of Columbus, Columbus Regional was established in 1986 as a not-for-profit health services organization, but its roots can be traced back to 1836 when the local hospital was a small wooden building on the banks of the Chattahoochee River.