Cedartown Community Health Fair Scheduled for May 18
The Cedartown Community Health Fair will be held Saturday, May 18 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Services include: stroke risk assessment, bone density, fall prevention, EKGs and BMI calculations.
Low-Cost Lab Work Available on May 11
Atttendees can have low-cost lab work performed on Saturday, May 11 from 7 - 11 a.m. Results will be available at the Cedartown Community Health Fair on May 18 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Polk County Community Health Needs Assessment Available
The goal of the 2012 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) is to identify the health needs of Polk County residents and to improve the health of this community by addressing these needs.
Georgia's Department of Community Health has issued a Certificate of Need (CON) authorizing the construction of a replacement hospital for Polk Medical Center.
Cardiac Rehabilitation and Pulmonary Rehabilitation are medically supervised programs designed to help patients recovering from a heart attack, heart surgery or with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) gain strength and confidence to return to an active lifestyle and to better manage their heart and lung health.
Floyd Primary Care and Floyd Urgent Care in Rockmart will host a ground-breaking ceremony April 24 at 11 a.m. in anticipation of the construction of a new facility at the intersection of U.S. 278 and Ga. Hwy. 113 in Rockmart.
In a media release on Wednesday, April 18, Floyd alerted local employers and patients that Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia had chosen not to extend its contract with Floyd Medical Center to Polk Medical Center.
In a rebuttal published online on the Rome News-Tribune’s website, Blue Cross made statements that are contrary to the information Floyd has received in writing from the California-based insurance company.
Floyd is announcing that Blue Cross Blue Shield has chosen not to extend its contract with Floyd Medical Center to Polk Medical Center.
Floyd Medical Center’s Emergency Medical Service (EMS) is opening a third Polk County location at Polk Medical Center, a member of the Floyd health system, beginning April 1.
Polk Medical Center Partnership with Floyd Begins April 1
April 1 will be a new day at Polk Medical Center, and, appropriately, that new day will be celebrated with a breaking dawn “raising of the green” to commemorate the transfer of management of the hospital to Floyd Healthcare Management Inc.
Kimberly J. Scoggins to Continue as Polk Medical Center Adminstrator
Kurt Stuenkel, President and CEO of Floyd, announced that Kimberly J. Scoggins, RN, MSN, will continue in her role as administrator of Polk Medical Center (PMC) when the Cedartown hospital becomes affiliated with Floyd. more
A definitive agreement has been signed finalizing the lease of Polk Medical Center to the Hospital Authority of Floyd County beginning April 1, 2012. more
On Oct. 31 a public hearing was held for open discussion regarding the lease of Cedartown-Polk County Hospital Authority assets. more
Floyd to Exhibt at Polk Small Business Expo
Floyd Medical Center will be among the exhibitors at the annual Polk County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Expo Thursday, Oct. 6. Senior administrators from Floyd will be available to answer questions about the proposed lease agreement. more
Floyd Medical Center to Lease Polk Medical Center, Construct Replacement Hospital
Citizens of Polk County will be getting a new hospital to replace the current Polk Medical Center under an agreement reached by Floyd Medical Center, the Hospital Authority of Floyd County and the Cedartown-Polk County Hospital Authority. more
The replacement hospital, a new medical office building, and a medical mall: A new beginning for medical care in Polk County. more
Learn more about Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Services now available.
These transcript of agreements pertaining to the Polk Medical Center lease transaction were approved for execution and delivery by the Hospital Authority of Floyd County and by the Floyd Healthcare Management, Inc. Board of Directors at a joint board meeting held November 28, 2011.
The agreements were approved earlier that day by the Cedartown-Polk County Hospital Authority.
- Core Services Agreement
- Hospital Construction Agreement
- Hospital Re-Use Agreement
- Intergovernmental Agreement
- Management Service Agreement
- PILOT Agreement
- 5 Year Lease Agreement
- 35 Year Lease Agreement
- Memorandum of Understanding