Ronon Fields, a North Cumberland Elementary School Fourth Grader, won Cumberland Medical Center’s annual Diabetes Awareness Drawing Contest, a partnership with Cumberland County Schools’ Coordinated School Health in support of being a Healthier Tennessee community. Fields earned a bicycle as the winning prize. His entry highlights exercise and making healthy eating choices. More than 400 […]Read more
Cumberland Medical Center’s Diabetes Support Group will welcome Dr. John Sherrill, who serves as medical director for the program and is a Board Certified Internal Medicine physician with Crossville Medical Group, as its guest speaker Monday, March 18 at noon. The meeting will be held in CMC Conference Center C on the second floor and lunch will be provided to those who RSVP by calling (931) 459-7164.Read more
Reserve your spot by April 25 Do you feel tired and sluggish? Learn how to make the most of your health and ward off sickness by making healthier eating and lifestyle choices. Attend the upcoming Optimal Health Series at Cumberland Medical Center. The six-week course starts May 7 and run through June 11. The American […]Read more
Do you or your loved one have diabetes? Learn how to enjoy your favorite holiday meals and still make healthier eating choices at Cumberland Medical Center’s upcoming Diabetes Services support group.
There is no cost to attend. People with diabetes as well as those who help care for those with diabetes are welcome to attend. The session will be held Monday, November 20 at noon in CMC’s Diabetes Services Conference Room, just off Cleveland Street.Read more
November is American Diabetes Month. In support of awareness, Diabetes Services at Cumberland Medical Center invites you and your loved ones to join them for a special open house in their new location at the hospital’s Cleveland Street side on Thursday, November 2 from 3 to 5 p.m.Read more