Lakeland Community Hospital
Our hospital in Haleyville, Alabama is actively searching for Family Medicine and Internal Medicine physicians to join the medical staff of Lakeland Community. Join two other practices or start a solo practice. Earnings above MGMA median figures with the financial support of the Hospital. If you’re looking for a comfortable, safe and affordable place to live,
Haleyville, AL may be the place for you. Little traffic, low managed care penetration and a growing practice. You can even live on one of the cleanest, most beautiful lakes in the country. This practice consists of one IM, 2 FP’s and 2 NP’s. Call coverage will be shared with the other physicians in the community.
We also have an excellent opportunity for a new Family Practice physician.
Lakeland Community Hospital, a Joint Commission-accredited 50-bed facility, serves as the sole healthcare provider for Winston County. After the completion of the new Geriatric Psychiatric Unit, the hospital will increase its license to 59 beds. The Hospital provides a comprehensive range of medical services with state-of-the-art technology. A Medical Office Building is connected to the hospital, with direct access to services including Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Mammography, 24-hour Emergency Room, Home Health, Laboratory, Inpatient/Outpatient Surgery, and Rehabilitation Services.
About the Hospital
Lakeland Community Hospital, a Joint Commission-accredited 50-bed facility, serves as the sole healthcare provider for Winston County. The hospital provides a comprehensive range of medical services with state-of-the-art technology. The medical office building is connected to the hospital with direct access to services including Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Mammography, 24-hour Emergency Room, Home Health, Laboratory, Inpatient and Outpatient Surgery, and Rehabilitation Services.
Haleyville City Schools are among the finest in the state with a new elementary campus, state-of-the-art computer technology for students at all levels, a career/technical education school and an outstanding athletic program for boys and girls. There is also a community college facility just fifteen minutes north of Haleyville. In 1968, the very first 911-emergency call was made from the City Hall in Haleyville. Each year, the city celebrates that legacy on the second weekend in June with the popular 911/Heritage Day Festival, filled with arts and crafts, music and a parade.
Haleyville is centrally located between three larger cities. Huntsville, Tupelo and Birmingham, each about an hour and a half away, offer plenty of opportunities for shopping, dining and entertainment. Just north of Haleyville is the Muscle Shoals/Florence area, which also has numerous restaurants and stores.
Haleyville is surrounded by beautiful scenery. The Natural Bridge Park features two giant spans of sandstone, 60 feet high and 148 feet wide, carved out 200 million years ago. The majestic beauty of the William B. Bankhead National Forest offers 180,000 acres of pine and hardwood forest, cleer streams, deep gorges and an abundance of wildlife. The nearby Sipsey Wilderness Area, one of only two such areas in the state, offers hiking, camping, hunting, fishing and horseback riding. It is the third largest wilderness area east of the Mississippi River, covering over 25,000 acres. Just minutes away from Haleyville is Bear Creek Lake, which offers miles of beautiful shoreline for fishing, swimming or boating. Lewis Smith Lake is an Alabama treasure, a 21,200-acre fishing paradise with deep, clear, blue water and 500-plus miles of shoreline. Less than an hour’s drive away from Haleyville are the Alabama Music Hall of Fame and Ivy Green, the historic childhood home of Helen Keller and host of the Helen Keller Festival.