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Mobile Infirmary Medical Center

Mobile Infirmary Medical Center, established in 1910, is the largest non-governmental, non-profit hospital in Alabama. It is located at 5 Mobile Infirmary Circle in Mobile, Alabama. This 704-bed hospital is exclusively dedicated to fulfill the healthcare needs of the community, through compassionate care and modern treatments. The center, an affiliate member of the National Cancer Institute cooperative research groups, is a leading resource for clinical cancer research in the nation. It is the only hospital in the region to be named a "Top 100 Hospital" for open heart surgery by HCIA. Further, the infirmary stands foremost for diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of patients with cardiovascular disease. Renowned as region’s healthcare leader, the infirmary excels in a variety of medical specialties. It features a full array of treatment facilities - Wound and Ostomy Center, Stroke Center, Center for Women and Children, Sleep Disorders Center, PRO Health Fitness and Rehabilitation Center, Infirmary Health Resource Center, Diabetes Education and Resource Center,and the E.A. Roberts Alzheimer's Center. In addition to these, the hospital delivers outstanding cardiology, diagnostic, orthopedic, psychiatric, radiology, surgical, and home care services. Mobile Infirmary Medical Center counts as affiliates some of the most prestigious organizations in Alabama - North Baldwin Infirmary, Infirmary Home Health, Infirmary Hospice Care, Infirmary Home Medical, Infirmary Home Services, Voran Therapy, Westminster Village, Infirmary Credit Union, and Infirmary Medical Clinics. Since its inception, the center has been organizing Community Benefit Programs for the people in southwest Alabama. A variety of educational opportunities is offered through seminars, classes, lectures, support groups and screenings. Case managers and social workers are available to assist the needs of patients and their families. The lending library at the resource center, features a complete collection of books, brochures, and audio and video tapes about healthcare. Each month, seminars highlighting important health issues are held. A 20-room guesthouse is available to accommodate family members of the patients. Facilities such as a cafeteria, gift shop, and chapel are also included on the premises