Above, Dr. Joe Anderson (center) of the Anderson Regional Medical Center Board of Directors cuts the ribbon with Dr. Katherine Hensleigh (to the right of Dr. Joe) during the ribbon cutting ceremony as staff joins them.
BUTLER, ALA. — Anderson Family Medical Center - Butler opened its doors here in June at its new facility in front of Willow Trace Nursing Home. An open house was held to celebrate the grand opening, which included a fish fry for guests.
BUTLER, ALA. — Anderson Family Medical Center - Butler opened its doors here in June at its new facility in front of Willow Trace Nursing Home. An Open House celebrating the grand opening is set for Sunday, July 17, from 1 to 3 p.m.
Katherine Hensleigh, MD, Nurse Practitioners Cathy Beatty and Kimkeshia Morgan, plus the staff will be serving the Butler community with quality family medical services five days a week in their new location at 1404 East Pushmataha Street.
“Anderson’s mission of continuing our heritage of healing and improving life for the people we serve extends throughout the East Mississippi/West Alabama area,” said Ray Humphreys, President and CEO of Anderson. “This is a service that we are proud to bring to the people of Butler and the surrounding region.”
Anderson Family Medical Center - Butler is a full-service, family medical center that serves the primary healthcare needs of all patients. The center offers a full range of services, including digital X-rays, laboratory services on site, drug screening for businesses, E-screen machine, with automatic drug panels in five minutes and a separate entrance for our industrial patients. The center also offers Department of Transportation (DOT) physicals and will be conducting diabetic foot care soon. Most private insurance is accepted, as well as Medicare and Medicaid and medical records can be transferred.
For more information about Anderson Family Medical Center - Butler or to make an appointment, please call 205.459.4400.
Anderson Regional Medical Center is the largest health care facility in East Mississippi/West Alabama and is home to the most established heart care center and the region’s only comprehensive cancer center.
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Anderson Regional Medical Center Volunteer Auxiliary members have established four $1,000 scholarships with the Meridian Community College Foundation. These awards are designated for students in the Allied Health Programs at MCC. On hand for the check presentation was: from left Suzette Partridge, Patient/Visitor Experience Director, Pat Maloney, (sitting) Volunteer, Rosy Jones, Volunteer, Pat Branning, Volunteer and Kathy Brookshire, Executive Director, MCC Foundation.