Taylor Regional Hospital provides convenient 24 hour access to laboratory services for our patients. We offer a wide variety of in-house tests that play a vital role in helping physicians diagnose, treat, and monitor disease and overall patient health.
We perform an average of 600 tests per day, and offer a wide variety of in-house tests with both STAT and same day service. Taylor Regional has a pathology partnership with The Medical Center of Central Georgia (Navicent Health), as well as daily couriers from Quest Diagnostics and Labcorp, in order to better meet all our patient's needs.
We are a Joint Commission certified laboratory that is committed to producing reliable, timely, and quality testing. Whether patients are having labs drawn routinely or due to illness, we strive to provide the best patient care possible.
In 2003, Taylor marked the opening of the Dan S. Maddock Cancer Treatment Center, a $3 million, state-of-the-art radiation oncology and medical oncology cancer treatment center on the hospital campus.
The center continues to work with the hospital and community physicians to provide Hawkinsville and surrounding communities with the most up to date treatment available. Atlanta Oncology Associates and Georgia Cancer Specialists are committed to providing patients state of the art care at home.
Hours of operation:
Atlanta Oncology Associates is open Monday- Friday from 8 am to 5 pm
Georgia Cancer Specialists are open Tuesday and Thursday from 8 am to 5 pm.
The Intensive Care Unit at Taylor Regional Hospital is a 6-bed facility that focuses on the care of critically ill medical and surgical patients. Our expert team of physicians and nurses are skilled in critical care and provide patients and their families with compassion through this stressful time.
We are pleased to announce that we have recently implemented a new telemetry monitoring system for monitoring all patients under our care. We also have a controlled access door with an intercom phone in both the waiting room and outside the unit door for communication between visitors and staff.
Generally, two visitors are permitted at a time at the patient’s bedside, and no one under the age of 13 is allowed for the safety of both patients and visitors.
Our standard visiting hours are:
The number of visitors, length of stay, and frequency of visits may be altered at the discretion of the ICU nursing staff. At all times, the therapeutic treatment of the patient will be the deciding factor in determining the flexibility of visitation.
Taylor Regional Hospital’s Emergency Department treats patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, providing emergency medical care for those who are sick and injured in Pulaski and surrounding counties. We are a Level III Trauma unit, offering top quality care for those in need.
A team of board certified physicians and experienced Emergency/Critical Care nurses is supported by Orthopedic and General Surgical Services, as well as an Intensive Care Unit. Taylor Regional contracts with Southland MD to provide emergency room physician coverage.
All patients are triaged upon arrival and treated according to their individual level of need. We value you as a patient and appreciate you placing your trust in us to provide service to you.
The Respiratory Therapy Department at Taylor Regional Hospital is available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Our therapists are licensed by the state of Georgia, and they are also CPR, ACLS, and NRP certified.
The respiratory staff can be seen throughout the hospital, treating a wide variety of patients from newborns to geriatrics, inpatients as well as outpatients. You may see a Respiratory Therapist administering aerosol medication to patients on the medical-surgical floor or drawing arterial blood gases in the emergency department. Respiratory Therapists can also be found in the ICU performing intubations and airway management.
A Respiratory Therapist attends all C-sections and performs EKGs on both inpatients and outpatients. They also complete all outpatient Pulmonary Function Testing (PFTs), set up Holter monitors, and cardiac event monitors.