Baptist Health Mission

As a witness to the love of God through Jesus Christ, Baptist Health exists as a voluntary, not-for-profit organization to promote and improve the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of the people and communities it serves through the delivery of quality health care services provided within a framework of fiscal responsibility.

News

September 2, 2015
Congratulations to Erica Mejia, MCC Scheduling Team Leader, Cycliad's Top Individual Fundraiser for 2015!

Erica Mejia, MCC Scheduling Team Leader participated in Cycliad 2015 and was recognized by the Deep South Cancer Foundation as the 2015 Top Individual Fund Raiser. Erica raised over $5,000 and rode over 1,000 miles to ensure that no one has to fight cancer alone. Erica was awarded a bicycle in recognition of her fundraising efforts!

August 25, 2015
The Healing Cup - Coming soon to Montgomery Cancer Center

We are pleased to announce construction of The Healing Cup beginning August 29, 2015. The Healing Cup will open Winter 2015 just in time for freshly brewed coffee on cold days. The Healing Cup will offer sandwiches, various snacks and take away items for purchase. Patients and guests visiting Montgomery Cancer Center, Carmichael Imaging and Montgomery Breast Center are encouraged to drop in

June 1, 2011
Montgomery Cancer Center among first in nation to treat advanced prostate cancer patients with Provenge

Montgomery Cancer Center is the first facility in Alabama and among the first in the nation to treat advanced prostate cancer patients with a promising new therapy.


PROVENGE® (sipuleucel-T) is the first in a new therapeutic class known as autologous cellular immunotherapies. PROVENGE was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of men with

May 6, 2010
Davidson Elected President of State Oncology Organization

Montgomery Cancer Center has announced that partner Stephen L. Davidson, M.D., has been elected to a two-year term as president of the State of Alabama Society of Clinical Oncology and Alabama Cancer Congress.

April 22, 2010
Montgomery Breast Center Introduces Nation's First Gammaloc® Biopsy

Montgomery Breast Center is the first in the country to install and use the GammaLoc® lesion-localization system - the only FDA-approved device for gamma-guided, minimally invasive needle biopsy of suspicious lesions identified with Breast-Specific Gamma Imaging (BSGI).


BSGI uses the Dilon 6800® gamma camera to reveal lesions independent of tissue density and

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