Hoke County will celebrate the grand opening of their inaugural hospital with FirstHealth of the Carolinas on Sept 22. To commemorate this momentous occasion, FirstHealth is hosting a ribbon cutting with guests including N.C. Turkey Festival Choir and All Veteran Parachute Team as special guests.
Patients surveyed rated this hospital an impressive 92 out of 100 for overall satisfaction based on Medicare data.
Hoke County residents will soon have access to a full-service hospital featuring two operating rooms, four intensive care beds and 16 emergency department beds. This new hospital will enable patients to remain close to home while receiving critical care – saving both time and money by eliminating costly transfers between facilities.
Sandhills Emergency Physicians, an independent and democratic group of board-eligible or board-certified specialists in emergency medicine, staff the emergency department at our hospital. In addition, skilled nurse practitioners and physician assistants also offer patient services within this group.
ExpressCare provides quick and convenient treatment for less serious illnesses or injuries with no appointment necessary on the first floor of Valley Pavilion near Owen Drive in Village Drive. This walk-in clinic can be found near Village Drive near Owen Drive.
This hospital is certified by Medicare. To see how they fare on quality measures, view their Medicare Report. Medicare also reports on spend per beneficiary and patient satisfaction – providing valuable insight for choosing a hospital that’s ideal for you and meeting all your needs. CMS updates its data daily – for up-to-date statistics please visit CMS’s website.
FirstHealth’s new hospital in Raeford, North Carolina provides cutting-edge surgical technology for an array of procedures – general surgery and orthopedics among others. Pinehurst Surgical Clinic also resides within this facility – this multispecialty clinic boasts specialists from areas such as urology, women’s health, audiology, plastic surgery and more!
This hospital achieved high marks on measures that indicate whether they provide care that research shows improves outcomes for specific conditions, like pneumonia and sepsis (a life-threatening infection reaction) more frequently than recommended by others. They also scored well when measured against how often their patients recommend this facility to others.
This hospital earned top ratings in treating heart attack and stroke patients as well as pneumonia patients, diabetes treatment, hip or knee replacement procedures and Medicare spends less here compared to most other hospitals for similar services; according to data provided by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Our hospital is an acute general hospital that serves a diverse group of patients during their acute phase of illness or injury, offering surgical and non-surgical treatments for an array of medical conditions over days or weeks, in order to focus on providing high-quality, comprehensive, patient-centric care.
FirstHealth of the Carolinas recently unveiled their newest hospital located in Hoke County: Moore Regional Hospital-Hoke Campus of Raeford, North Carolina on Sept 22. To mark its grand opening celebrations, All Veteran Parachute Team will perform a free-fall jump and ribbon cutting as well as honor Hoke County veterans at its grand opening celebration, according to news releases from FirstHealth of the Carolinas.
Medicare beneficiaries give this hospital a rating of 92 out of 100 for quality of care and services provided, based on patient survey results. This score indicates if recommended treatments are offered that may be less costly than elsewhere and how well staff communicates with both patients and families.
This hospital offers outpatient rehabilitation for various forms of substance abuse disorders. Outpatient rehab programs are flexible and tailored to provide life skills training and recovery support services to clients. Program components may include detoxification services as well as therapeutic sessions with a professional therapist.
Ambulatory care refers to any healthcare services delivered outside a hospital setting, typically for preventative services and basic medical procedures such as x-rays and lab tests, wellness clinics, counseling centers for mental health counseling needs and weight management programs. Furthermore, these ambulatory services may offer treatment and diagnostics of different illnesses.
Hospital facilities include a comprehensive family birth center and emergency department that are capable of treating life-threatening medical issues. There is also a Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Furthermore, there is an outpatient vascular unit and state-of-the-art cardiac cath lab at this location.
Additionally, the hospital boasts a 20,000-square-foot building housing cardiology and internal medicine offices, wound care centers and orthopedic/ear, nose and throat offices to save patients time by centralizing care delivery. These facilities aim to reduce costs by concentrating services into one convenient location and increase patient outcomes.
Patients can use Hospital Compare’s online tool to assess how well they are being treated by hospitals. The data represents survey responses of hospital inpatients and includes details such as emergency department treatment times that research shows can produce better outcomes and how frequently hospitals perform outpatient imaging tests like CT scans – updated quarterly on this website.