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Visitor Information


Visit Your Loved Ones

Visitors are encouraged to visit friends and family members. Visiting hours are open but we encourage you to check with admissions or the main desk prior to visiting to make sure your visit occurs at the most appropriate time.

In an effort to protect our community due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Bradley County Medical Center has announced that until further notice the only door that will be open to hospital visitors will be the Jolley Street entrance at the business desk on the west side of the hospital. That door will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday and not open on weekends.

The front door of the hospital on Bradley Street remains closed to foot traffic and the hospital door on Jolley Street next to the ER Waiting Room is also closed to foot traffic.

The BCMC Emergency Room entrance is open to patients needing emergency room services.

All hospital visitors will be screened using the current Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines before they are permitted entry. Visitors that do not clear screening will not be allowed into the hospital.

Contact Us With Your Questions

If you have questions concerning visiting hours or to find the best times to visit your friends and family members feel free to Contact Us.

BCMC News



BCMC Radiology to Offer State-of-the-Art Genius™ 3D Mammography™ Exams Starting Feb. 23


The Bradley County Medical Center Radiology Department is excited to offer Genius™ 3D Mammography™ exams, developed by Hologic, Inc., a worldwide leader in Women's Health beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 23. Utilizing advanced breast tomosynthesis technology, Genius exams are clinically proven to significantly increase the detection of breast cancers, and also decreasing the number of women asked to return for additional testing.

In conventional 2D Mammography, overlapping tissue is a leading reason why small breast cancers may be missed and normal tissue may appear abnormal, leading to unnecessary callbacks. A Genius exam includes a three-dimensional method of imaging that can greatly reduce the tissue overlap effect.