Morgan County Medical Center is recruiting new members to serve on its Board of Directors. The Board sets policies and oversees the governance of the Community Health Center. New Board members must be patients of the clinic and must live or work in Morgan County. The Board meets monthly on the third Thursday beginning at 6 p.m. Attendance is crucial for the continued success of Morgan County Medical Center.Add a comment
Morgan County Medical Center Celebrating 40th Anniversary
CDC Deputy Commissioner Dr. Judith Monroe to speak
WARTBURG, TN – Morgan County Medical Center is celebrating its 40th year caring for the residents of this community and meeting their healthcare needs. Staff and guests will come together on Friday, August 15 to celebrate this milestone for the center and the community.
Morgan County Medical Center (MCMC) is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that was established in 1974. Administrator Theresa Brock leads the daily operations of the primary healthcare clinic which includes four providers, who see patients of all ages on a daily basis.
“Although our clinic has been here for 40 years, I believe there are still people in this community who don’t know we’re here or don’t understand what we do,” Brock said. “Our providers see patients every day who often cannot afford quality healthcare anywhere else.”Add a comment
ANDREW STEIDL, FNP
Andrew Steidl has joined the staff of providers at Morgan County Medical Center. He is a graduate of Tennessee State University with an MSN and is an ANCC Certified Family Nurse Practitioner with previous experience as a nurse in critical care and emergency care.
“I enjoy working at Morgan County Medical Center because of the great staff and patients we get to interact with on a daily basis,” Andrew said. “ I look forward to getting to meet new patients and hopefully positively influence their lives.”
We are happy to welcome Andrew Steidl to our family at Morgan County Medical Center where our mission is always your health.
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Morgan County Medical Center One of Four to Receive
Competitive Behavioral Health Integration Funding
WARTBURG, TN – Morgan County Medical Center (MCMC) has been awarded $250,000 to integrate mental health and substance abuse treatment into its medical services. MCMC is one of only four healthcare agencies in Tennessee to receive Behavioral Health Integration (BHI) funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
“We are excited to have been awarded this grant and see it as an opportunity to meet a growing need in our community,” said Theresa Brock, the administrator at Morgan County Medical Center. “We applied for the grant hoping to be able to expand our mental health services and are very thankful to have had our application approved given that agencies all across the country were competing.”
In the next few months, Morgan County Medical Center, through a collaboration with Ridgeview Behavioral Health, will add a full time onsite licensed behavioral health provider. The behavioral health provider will be fully integrated and work “hand-in-hand” with the medical staff of four primary care providers. The purpose of BHI is to bring a team approach to caring for patients who need both primary and mental health services.
“We have an ongoing agreement with Ridgeview Behavioral Health to provide mental health and substance abuse treatment services here in our clinic,” Brock said. “We will be working with Ridgeview to expand our mental health services following the BHI model.”
Anyone who would like more information about Morgan County Medical Center may call (423) 346-6221, stop by the clinic located at 224 Old Mill Road.
PRESS CONTACT INFORMATION
August 7, 2014
Contact: Judy Byrge, CFO
(423) 346-6221, Ext. 225Add a comment
Unfortunately for our patients, we are not able to remain open 24 hours a day. However, if any of our current patients need after-hours care, we urge you to contact our on-call medical provider, or if you're experiencing a medical emergency, the quickest way to get care would be to dial 9-1-1.