Brewton, AL - D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital announced that Elizabeth Bataglia-Hillman, M.D. has joined the staff of the D.W. McMillan Medical Center. She will begin seeing patients beginning in August 2020.
"Adding another family practice physician to our excellent staff is exciting," stated Rick Owens, hospital administrator. "As we continue to build our new D.W. McMillan Medical Center Clinic, we want to ensure our patients get the best possible medical care. Our goal is for the providers to ensure the overall well-being of our patients, and Dr. Bataglia-Hillman brings that and much more with her extensive knowledge and experience."
While discussing her return to full-time clinic work, Bataglia-Hillman stated, "I am very encouraged and looking forward to the possibilities of what our new clinic can become. Not only am I eager to get going, I look forward to seeing so many of my friends again."
Bataglia-Hillman received her Doctor of Medicine from the Universidad Nacional de Asunción in Paraguay and completed her residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center with a specialization in Family Practice and is a Board Certified Family Physician. Dr. Bataglia-Hillman has worked at the Barnes Medical Clinic in Evergreen AL, had her own practice in the early 2000's in Brewton, and worked for the Flomaton Medical Center as well as the D.W. McMillan and Atmore Community Hospital Emergency Departments.
The D.W. McMillan Medical Center will open the first week of August, 2020. Patient scheduling and appointment information will be shared as soon as possible.
About D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital
Governed by the Escambia County Healthcare Authority Board of Director, D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital is an acute care hospital that has been a part of the Brewton, Alabama, community for over fifty years. The hospital's facilities include an eight bed intensive care unit; a 24 hour emergency room; general medical, surgical and obstetrical services; and a women & infants unit. In addition, D.W McMillan offers programs and support to area citizens through health education.