We are your partners in good health. Specializing in family medicine and pediatrics, they not only see you when you're sick, but they work with you to make sure you stay healthy by promoting preventive care. Services include vaccines, flu shots, allergy shots and health screenings.
The Crenshaw Family Care Center also offers pre-employment physicals and testing at the Clinic. Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross/Blue Shield and most major insurances accepted.
The clinic is open Monday – Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm.
Crenshaw Family Care Center
58 Roy Beall Drive, Luverne, AL 36049
Crenshaw Community Hospital’s radiology services include CT, Ultrasound, X-Ray and Mammography. The experienced and caring screening technologists work together with board certified radiologists to provide a comfortable environment, early detection and in-depth diagnostic images.
We are proud to say that the average time of our exams is only 20 minutes. We realize that your time is valuable and we strive to keep our wait times as short as possbile.
Please call and schedule your exam with us today at (334)-335-1226.
Crenshaw Community Hospital’s Emergency Department is staffed with specially trained physicians and personnel who are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The same quality compassionate care you have come to trust at Crenshaw Community Hospital is available when you return home with Hospital Home Health. Most of us feel that we will rest better and recover sooner in our home. As a service of Crenshaw Community Hospital, Hospital Home Health can help you recover after a major illness or surgery. We can also help you manage a chronic condition such as diabetes, heart disease or arthritis.
The Hospital Home Health provides skilled nursing care by RNs and assistance from certified aides. The Hospital Home Health RN is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The nurse is available after hours for your questions or concerns and will make a home visit if needed.
The Hospital Home Health Aides provide personal care assistance as long as there is a need for the nurse. Authorization for Home Health is ordered by a doctor. Patients must also meet criteria for services.
The Hospital Home Health serves seven counties: Butler, Coffee, Covington, Crenshaw, Lowndes, South Montgomery, and Pike. For more information, please contact us at (334)-335-1209.
Crenshaw Community Hospital volunteers are helpful to patients and their guests in many ways. Our volunteers work throughout the hospital assisting patients and visitors, answering questions at the information desk, opening the blinds, filling the water pitchers, working in the garden and more. You can identify them by their pink volunteer smocks.
Over the years, the “Pink Ladies” have hosted fundraisers, raffled items, sold baked goods and collected home-made crafts to raise money for the hospital. Volunteers are responsible for decorating the prayer room and landscaping the garden. Patients, family members, and hospital employees enjoy both the quiet prayer room and the beautifully landscaped garden.
Volunteering at Crenshaw Community Hospital is a rewarding experience. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer and serving a few hours a week, please contact Bonnie Trotter, Patient Services Director at (334)-335-1213.
Crenshaw Community Hospital Laboratory offers personalized service, superior quality and fast turnaround times, providing physicians and their patients accurate results 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our dedicated staff of highly skilled professionals combined with our advanced technology strives to ensure that physicians are provided reliable data that is necessary to diagnose, evaluate, or monitor health or disease states in patients of all ages.
Our services are available for patients with lab orders from local and out-of-town physicians. We offer same-day service on most routine tests. Please call 334-335-3374 us with any questions.
Except for skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women. The second leading cause of death from cancer in women, 1 in 8 women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer. Preventative measures such as screening mammograms can increase awareness and assist in early response to breast cancer. Screening mammograms are performed on women who do not have any symptoms. If something is found after a screening mammogram, then a diagnostic mammogram is performed to determine if a lump or other symptom is a sign of breast cancer. Women the age of 40 or older should get a mammogram every 1-2 years, while women younger than 40 should consult their doctor if they are concerned or if they feel an abnormality in their breast.
Together, the staff at Crenshaw Community Hospital and their radiologists are dedicated to ensuring that each patient’s needs, comfort, and health are their primary focus. We strive to be the very best at what we do. Crenshaw Community Hospital – Let us take care of you!
Screening mammography saves lives. Be aware of the risk factors and schedule your digital mammography screening with us today! Call 334.335.3374. Monday – Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm.
The majority of emergency transports from outlying locations are done by ambulances, delivering patients directly to our emergency department. Patients with life-threatening needs can also be transferred via helicopter on to a higher level of care from the front lawn of Crenshaw Community Hospital. Having a hospital-based helipad not only reduces the time it takes to transport seriously ill patients, but also minimizes complications associated with the transporting process. In the end, the helipad emergency transport offers lifesaving resources to our local community. View above the emergency transport video taken February 2014 during the Winter Storm.
At Crenshaw Community Hospital, we are dedicated to providing your child with the best possible healthcare. From “well-child checks” for infants thru young adults, to physical examinations for schools and camps, to providing same day service for most urgent medical concerns, Crenshaw Community Hospital has your child’s wellbeing at heart.
To schedule an appointment or for more information, please call 334.335.3374.
A PICC is a peripherally inserted central catheter that is placed in the patient’s upper extremity. PICCs can be inserted for short or long term central venous access, allowing the physician to administer long term hydration therapy, antibiotics, chemotherapy, nutritional support and blood sampling. Patients must have an order from their physician before scheduling an appointment.
To schedule PICC service, please contact the Centralized Scheduling Department: Office 334-335-1226, Fax 334-335-1111.
Our goal in physical therapy is to help patients regain their range-of-motion, mobility, endurance, strength, and to return to a more active lifestyle.
Physical therapy can be initiated once you receive a referral from your physician. If you have any questions, please call us and we will be happy to assist you.
Mon-Thurs 8:00AM to 4:30PM
Friday - 8:00AM to 12PM
Patient must have a referral from a medical doctor before scheduling an appointment.
Crenshaw Community Hospital provides comprehensive psychiatric treatment for individuals who are in crisis seeking stabilization. The Behavioral Health Unit has a dedicated team of skilled psychiatric nurses, licensed counselors, social workers and support staff to meet the needs of our patients throughout central Alabama.
The 15-bed unit offers medical assessment and individualized treatment in a safe, protected environment for individuals ages 19 and older. Patients are admitted to the treatment program 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
If you are interested in learning more about the services offered by the Crenshaw Community Hospital Behavioral Health Unit, please call 334.335.3374.
Crenshaw Community Hospital offers general, orthopedic and urological surgical services. Our caring and knowledgeable staff provides the upmost level of care. In addition to surgery, the surgical team performs endoscopy procedures. The department consists of two operating rooms and a designated endoscopy suite.
Crenshaw Community Hospital’s outpatient department offers various infusion services. They include IV antibiotics, blood transfusions, IV fluids, and IV treatments for osteoporosis. Pre-op visits are scheduled to obtain patient history, perform any tests ordered and give patient instructions for surgery return. This will take approximately one hour.
Dr. Henry Kim and the staff of the Crenshaw Family Care Center are partners in your good health. Specializing in family medicine and pediatrics, they not only see you when you're sick, but they work with you to make sure you stay healthy by promoting preventive care. Services include vaccines, flu shots, allergy shots and health screenings.
Dr. Henry Kim is bilingual in English and Korean. For your family’s health, you want a doctor you can trust, with resources close at hand. The clinic is open Monday – Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm.
The Crenshaw Family Care Center also offers pre-employment physicals and testing with blood work drawn at the Clinic. Medicare, Medicaid and most major insurances accepted.