Vaughan Regional Medical Center

Barry Keel, Chief Executive Officer (with Executive Assistant Kay Davidson)
Barry Keel, Chief Executive Officer (with Executive Assistant Kay Davidson)

Vaughan Regional Medical Center is a sole community provider hospital located in historic Selma, Alabama. The 175-bed JCAHO accredited facility employs more than 600 people. The medical staff consists of more than 75 physicians serving 22 medical specialties.

The hospital's campus is located in Dallas County, which is nestled along the banks of the Alabama River. The community is well-known for its beautiful landscape and recreational opportunities. Residents are able to enjoy the comfort and conveniences of a small community, yet Selma is only 50 miles west of Montgomery and approximately 80 miles south of Birmingham, both major metropolitan areas.

Our Mission

To provide quality health care in a timely and caring manner and promote the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.

Our Vision

Vaughan Regional Medical Center will be recognized as the focal point for health care delivery in West Central Alabama.

"High Five" Guiding Principles

  • Delivering high quality patient care
  • Supporting physicians
  • Creating excellent workplaces for our employees
  • Strengthening the hospital's role in the community
  • Ensuring fiscal responsibility

Welcome from CEO Barry Keel:

"On behalf of our proud employees at Vaughn Regional Medical Center, thank you for your interest in us.

Here we enjoy 'Southern Living' at its finest. My wife Angie and I feel fortunate to be raising our children here, as we see growth all around us in Western Alabama.

The compelling Historic District of Selma, with more than 1000 structures on the National Register, is matched by a friendliness and welcoming nature of a community that will make you feel at home.

We believe our region has people who respect and value each other, and the closer you look, you will see a theme of happiness and contentment throughout this presentation. For something as important as a career decision, is there anything more important?"