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    Featured Job: Auditor I

    Performs internal audits of hospital accounts to determine appropriateness of observation hour charges and/or infusion therapy/injection charges; audits Medicare claims to validate discharge disposition status; assists Auditor II with audits of accounts requested by patients and department managers; and manual charge entry of CPT code(s) and charge amount(s) for miscellaneous procedures performed in ER as identified by ER Charge Capture Specialist and HIM.   Performs duties in a manner to support Patient Financial Services vision of: “to be the most […]

  • Circles Luncheon Raises Money and Awareness for Christian Women’s Job Corp

    The Christian Women’s Job Corp holds its Annual Circles Luncheon to raise awareness and money for CWJC and its students on October 22nd at the Von Braun Center North Hall in downtown Huntsville. This year’s speaker for Circles is Elizabeth Huntley, a committed child advocate and a passionate litigation attorney. Ticket are $50.00 per person.  Online registration is available beginning September 24. Registration and payment must be received by no later than Friday, October 10. Click here for more information or […]

  • Great Music, Great Food and a Cornhole Trail Highlights Downtown Huntsville Events

    Don’t miss the Street Food Gathering on Church Street between Clinton and Williams Avenues.  Over 20 food vendors and live music highlight this free event going on from 6 pm to 9 pm. Other big events will be kicking off a great weekend in Downtown Huntsville! Friday night will also include the following FREE events:   Friday Night Live Block Party, Northside Square 7-10pm (pre-show DJ starts at 5pm on the Westside Square) Downtown Cornhole Trail kick-off, Friday-Sunday, 11am-11pm around the […]

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    Light the Night Honors and Remembers Those Affected by Blood Cancer

    The Light The Night (LTN) Walk brings together families and communities to honor blood cancer survivors, as well as those lost to the disease. The event also shines a light on the importance of finding cures and providing access to treatments for blood cancer patients. Through the LTN Walk, everyone – big, small, young and old – can help further the LLS mission to fund life-saving research and improve the quality of life for blood cancer patients and their families. […]

  • BUDS ‘Buddy Walk’ Brings Awareness to Down Syndrome

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Saturday, a support group for north Alabama spent the day bringing awareness about Down Syndrome.  BUDS held a walk today to bring awareness to the disorder and share support for the kids who have it. The BUDS Buddy Walk was held in cities across the nation.  It’s the organization’s only fundraiser of the year. BUDS uses those funds to provide new information packets to parents of children with Down Syndrome.  They also plan to provide scholarships to […]

  • Taking Steps to Help End Digestive Diseases

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) People gathered in Huntsville’s Big Spring Park last weekend to help increase awareness for Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease.   The “Take Steps for Crohn’s and Colitis” walk is one of the largest fundraising events for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America. The non-profit organization invited people from all over north Alabama to help raise funds and celebrate the  steps that have been taken toward finding a cure. Participants set up booths Sunday to help share knowledge […]

  • Monte Sano Art Festival set for September 20th

    The Monte Sano Art Festival  features the regions finest artists in an array of wonderful media. Add in great music and delectable food offerings and the Monte Sano Art Festival will once again be a highlight on the arts calendar. Along with the outdoor Festival Exhibitors, a featured  Lodge Exhibition which will include many of our Festival Exhibitors as well as select, invited artists from throughout the country. This special Exhibition will be on display in the beautiful comfort of the […]

  • Southern Cord provides Cord Blood Banking for a Healthy Future

    Southern Cord is a locally-owned company headquartered at the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology in Huntsville and is the first cord blood bank committed to serving the families of North Alabama, the Tennessee Valley, and Southeastern United States. Cord blood is the excess blood left in the umbilical cord and placenta after a baby is born. This blood contains special cells called stem cells, which can help treat diseases in children and adults. Each year more than 35,000 American children and adults with life […]

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    Women Honoring Women annual banquet tonight at VBC North Hall

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – The Women Honoring Women Annual Banquet is happening tonight at the Von Braun Center North Hall, beginning at 5:30 pm.  This year’s theme is “Dare to be Great.” This event celebrates the accomplishments and community service of seven women in North Alabama nominated and selected by the WEDC in the areas of Arts and Humanities, Business and Professional, Community and Public Service, Education, Health and Human Services and Technology. Attendees will hear their stories of success […]

  • WBCNA Hosts The Big Event on September 26th

    The mission of the Women’s Business Center of North Alabama (WBCNA)is to help women and men start and grow a business and generate economic growth for the region. The WBCNA is hosting The Big Event: Marketing and P.R. on September 26th from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Redstone Federal Credit Union Technology and Education Center, 220 Wynn Drive in Huntsville. Topics include  cross-generational marketing and selling, branding and social media.   Click here for more information or to register […]

  • NEACA Fall Craft Show set for September 19th through 21st

    Start your Christmas Shopping Early this year! The Northeast Alabama Crafters Association is hosting it’s Fall Craft Show September 19th through the 21st. All proceeds generated by the NEACA shows are used to provide donations to Huntsville charities and 2 or 4 year scholarships for local students. Since 1973, NEACA has donated over $850,000 to Huntsville area charities in addition to providing scholarships. Click here for more information.

  • Tennis for Ta-Ta’s set for September 30th

    Two great events are coming to the Huntsville to raise money for Huntsville Hospital’s Breast Cancer Foundation. Save the Rack is September 29th from 6pm to 9pm and Tennis for Ta-Ta`s is September 30th from 8am to 2pm   Play some tennis, drink some beer, save some lives! Click here for more information.

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