August 14, 2021, Madison, FL –Madison County Memorial Hospital (MCMH) informed local Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and the Madison County Office of Emergency Management (MCOEC) that its emergency room would be discontinuing the temporary diversion effective August 14, 2021, at 10:00 a.m.
“We want to thank our neighboring hospitals for having beds to transfer to and for assisting us during this transition. We especially thank Madison EMS for their support and assistance,” said Tammy Stevens, Chief Executive Officer at Madison County Memorial Hospital.
The situation is manageable at this time and patient and staffing protocols are being frequently assessed. Please continue to monitor Facebook.com/madisoncountymemorialhospitalmcmh and mcmh.us/covid-updates for additional information.
Madison County Memorial Hospital (MCMH) is a Critical Access Hospital located near the downtown area of Madison, Florida. MCMH currently serves a sixty-mile radius of North Florida and South Georgia. With a full-service laboratory, diagnostic, nursing, Swing-bed, Acute Care, Emergency Department, inpatient, outpatient, and rehabilitation services the goal is to provide the residents with innovative health services and to help build a collaborative network to ensure a strong and healthy community.