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Welcome to Cumberland Medical Center

Fully accredited by the Joint Commission, Cumberland Medical Center is an acute care hospital offering all private patient rooms as well as specialized services not usually found in the rural medical system.

For seriously ill patients, advanced medical and surgical care is provided at CMC including telemetry monitored beds and an intensive care unit. Additionally, Cumberland Medical Center offers an outpatient imaging center, same day surgery unit, cardiac and pulmonary rehab programs, a sleep disorder center, breast center, cancer center, and hyperbaric medicine and wound center.

Throughout the U.S., hospitals are focusing on decreasing infections that can occur during a patient’s treatment. Cumberland Medical Center is in the top 10% of hospitals nationwide in the prevention of hospital-acquired infections such as MRSA and central line-associated bloodstream infections.

This facility complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Click here to learn more.

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The cutting-edge programs offered at Cumberland Medical Center constantly adapt to meet the needs of our community and to align with technological advances in the medical field.

For a full listing of our services, please visit our services page.

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Cumberland Medical Center News

  • Fields Wins Diabetes Drawing Contest

    Ronon Fields, a North Cumberland Elementary School Fourth Grader, won Cumberland Medical Center’s annual Diabetes Awareness Drawing Contest, a...

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  • Destiny Byrge Inspires Patients

    Destiny Byrge works on the Telemetry unit at Cumberland Medical Center as a certified nursing assistant and health united...

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  • Clayton Wetherington at CMC

    Clayton Wetherington of Jamestown shares his remarkable experiences with Cumberland Medical Center after receiving a certificate of appreciation for...

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  • We're proud to welcome board-certified internal medicine physician Dr. Keviene Rutherford to our primary care team in Crossville.

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  • CMC Welcomes 2021 New Years Baby

    Cumberland Medical Center announces the birth of the hospital’s first 2021 New Year’s Baby. Declan Ray Medley was born...

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  • George Marlow

    “Cumberland Medical Center saved my life,” says George Marlow of Crossville, who has recently recovered from COVID-19.

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