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Fayette Medical Center Pink Party


Shown are the judges and the “Hocus Pocus” women at the Pink Party. From left: Zach Freeman (Judge), Kyle South (Judge), Sherry Stovall (Oncology Clinic), Kelly Bourland (Oncology Clinic), Mitzi Rickman, (Oncology Clinic), Karen Spiller (Oncology Clinic), and Logan McCool (Judge).

Fayette Medical Center hosted a "Pink Party" on Oct. 23 to raise breast cancer awareness and honor the cancer survivors in the area.
 

FMC adds new physician


Shown is new Fayette Medical Center physician Dr. Dakota Acton-Jones.

A new family physician has opened a practice at Fayette Medical Center (FMC). Dakota S. Acton-Jones, MD, is accepting patients at the Family Medical Clinic at Fayette Medical Center. She will also see patients admitted to the hospital as a hospitalist. Dr. Acton-Jones comes to FMC from Pickens County Primary Care. She is board certified in family medicine and is certified in advanced cardiac life support, advanced trauma life support and pediatric advanced life support.

Evans named new surgeon at FMC


Pictured is FMC's new surgeon, Dr. David Evans.

A new surgeon with extensive experience has opened his medical practice in Fayette. David Evans, MD, MBA, MPH, has practiced general and vascular surgery since 1988. He is now taking appointments to perform surgery at Fayette Medical Center.

 

FMC recognized for excellence


Members of the FMC and DCH Boards presented a resolution to the Fayette Medical Center’s staff and honored the employees with a reception. Shown from left are: Jim Harrison, John Mize, Mary Ann Hardin, Judge Joseph Colquitt, Dr. Linda Olivet and FMC Administrator Donald Jones.

The Fayette Medical Center (FMC) and the FMC Long-Term Care facility have been recognized as among the top healthcare facilities in the nation. FMC achieved a five-star rating from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the federal agency that administrates Medicare. FMC is one of only five hospitals in Alabama and one of 293 nationwide to receive this rating, placing FMC in the top 6.5 percent of the nation’s 4,500 hospitals.

FMC Foundation presents scholarships


Pictured from left is Marla Kizzire (Fayette Medical Center Foundation Interim President), Cade Harris, Madison Dunn and Hunter Reynolds. Each student received a $1,000 scholarship that can be used at any college or university chosen by the recipient.

The Fayette Medical Center Foundation recently announced this year’s recipients of its “Nutrition Fuels Fitness” scholarships. Selected as this year’s recipients were Bevill students Cade Harris, Madison Dunn and Hunter Reynolds. Each received a $1,000 scholarship that can be used at any college that they choose to attend.

 

Rutland honored by dedication of new medical library at FMC


Dr. Richard O. Rutland is shown speaking at the March 10 dedication ceremony of the new Fayette Medical Center medical library named in his honor. Shown with Dr. Rutland is one of his daughters, Cindy McBrearty.

Dr. Richard O. Rutland was honored by a reception and dedication ceremony on March 10 at Fayette Medical Center, honoring his lifetime of medical achievements in the Fayette community and naming the new medical library in his honor. Sandy Nolen, chairperson of the Fayette Medical Center Board, opened the ceremony by thanking Rutland and the other “forward thinking leaders” who helped lead Fayette into the future.

 

FMC staff enjoys meal


Fayette Medical Center staff members are shown enjoying the many special treats that were provided to them.

The Fayette Medical Center Family Council and Fayette Garden Club members provided food on Feb. 20 for the Fayette Medical Center Long-Term Care and Hospital staff in appreciation for the services they provide to the patients under their care. This is an annual event that is hosted on the first Wednesday after Valentine’s Day by the two organizations.