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About Brookwood Baptist Health

We’re a community built on care.

Formerly Brookwood Medical Center and Baptist Health System, Brookwood Baptist Health unifies two of the largest resources for high-quality, affordable healthcare for the citizens of Central Alabama. With roots extending nearly a century, the network’s community of care is comprised of five acute care hospitals with more than 1,700 licensed beds: Brookwood Baptist Medical Center, Princeton Baptist Medical Center, Shelby Baptist Medical Center, Walker Baptist Medical Center and Citizens Baptist Medical Center.

Brookwood Baptist Health also provides patients with the largest primary care network in the state, which includes approximately 60 primary and specialty care clinics; approximately 1,500 affiliated physicians; and nearly 7,300 employees. Through innovative and compassionate patient care, our collective effort will strengthen our mission to empower our communities to live happier, healthier lives.

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Taking Care of You

We customize treatments and services based on the needs of each patient, backed by a large network of resources, expertise, innovation and locations. When you come through our doors, you become part of our life and our stories. And by getting to know us, you’ll experience the compassion of doctors, nurses, therapists, and volunteers who are here because we love helping people. Your health matters to us. We’re a community built on care.

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News & Announcements

Busy Month for Prostate Cancer Awareness

Sep 23, 2021

Chairman of the Surgery Department at Princeton Baptist attends Proclamation, Speaks with NBA Star Grant Hill

cancer-awarenessBIRMINGHAM, ALA. - September is designated as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, a time dedicated to generating awareness of the importance of prostate health. Dr. Michael Bivins, Chairman of the Department of Surgery at Princeton Baptist Medical Center, worked alongside Dr. Tom Moody with the Urology Health Foundation to have September, 2021 proclaimed as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in the state of Alabama. Recently, this proclamation was officially signed and documented by Governor Kay Ivey.

Additionally, Dr. Bivins sat down this month with former NBA star Grant Hill, co-owner of the Atlanta Hawks, to discuss Provenge as a treatment option for advanced prostate cancer. This was a part of a national initiative and the campaign is focused on educating the African-American community on treatment options for advanced prostate cancer.

cancer-awarenessProstate problems frequently occur in men over the age of 50, as early as 40 in African-American men, and are among the most common conditions for which patients seek the care of an urologist. Fortunately, not all prostate problems are not cancer, but regardless of age, it is important men see a doctor immediately if they notice changes in their body.

In sum, there is no one size fits all approach to screenings. Overall health status, and not age alone, is important when making decisions about screening, and changes in a man’s health, values and preferences should also be taken into account. In no uncertain terms, be sure to have your well visit each year and talk to your doctor about your prostate health and screening.