Monroe County Hospital
The City of Monroeville is the County Seat of Monroe County, Alabama. It combines the conveniences and amenities of an urban lifestyle, with the charm of a small town.
Monroeville received the designation of “Literary Capital of Alabama” in 1997 by joint proclamation of both the Alabama House and Senate because of its history to produce many famous writers, such as, Nelle Harper Lee, Truman Capote, Mike Stewart, Cynthia Tucker and Mark Childress (to name a few).
The Mission of Monroe County Hospital is to care for our community by improving the health and well-being of the people we serve, regardless of their economic or social status, by providing health care, disease prevention and health education services.
Monroe County Hospital exists to provide comprehensive, quality healthcare for our community in a compassionate and empathetic manner.
Our hospital staff acknowledges the importance of preventive medicine and focuses on the promotion of a healthy lifestyle.
All of the (30) departments work together to ensure great care is received right here close to home.