Raeford is situated within North Carolina’s impressive Sandhills region, providing small-town living with superior quality of life. Within just an hour’s drive you’re near Fayetteville, 1.5 hours to Raleigh and over two hours from the coast – offering convenient living conditions at every turn!
This hospital boasts eight emergency department beds and 24-hour care availability; patients have expressed that they would recommend this facility to others.
Hoke County General Hospital serves Hoke County and its neighboring communities of Fort Bragg and Cumberland County, offering convenient services that maximize staff efficiency: an emergency department, pharmacy, laboratory, radiology, admissions desk and patient services are among the many commonly accessed features on its first-floor campus for patient convenience and staff efficiencies – enabling most patients to remain within their local communities when seeking care thereby avoiding potentially critical and costly transfers.
The hospital also features eight beds dedicated to sepsis patients. Severe sepsis infections carry a higher mortality rate if left untreated promptly, so our highly trained emergency doctors, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants work together in providing you with optimal care.
Medicare’s Hospital Compare program gives information about how well each hospital delivers essential health services to its patients, such as how often or quickly recommended treatments that have proven to produce positive results are given; as well as measures on outpatient medical imaging tests (CT scans and MRIs). Knowing about this performance helps make more informed decisions when deciding where you will receive medical care.
Raeford hospital, situated in North Carolina’s picturesque Sandhills, provides quality healthcare services to Hoke County, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg and nearby communities. With 41 beds to accommodate patients close to home and avoid costly transfers while providing essential lifesaving care. Measures used to evaluate hospital quality include sepsis (an infection-induced complication that can lead to organ failure) and outpatient medical imaging tests.
An improperly healing wound from injury, disease, or surgery can reduce quality of life and even necessitate amputation. At Debridement + Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy(r) (DHOT(r)), our experts offer debridement, hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOTTM), dressing selection services to speed recovery.
HBOT therapy involves breathing 100% oxygen inside a pressurized chamber, increasing their bloodstream’s oxygen concentration and providing it directly to wound sites for faster healing. This treatment has proven its worth by decreasing swelling, fighting infection and stimulating new blood vessel formation – along with treating burns, crush injuries, diabetic ulcers and compromised skin grafts/flaps.
Up to 70% of primary care patients require behavioral health treatment for behavioral health-related issues. Behavioral health includes everything from daily habits and mental disorders, such as eating right, exercising regularly and getting enough restful sleep; to smoking or excessive drinking which can cause health problems such as heart disease and addiction.
All state Medicaid programs must cover a range of behavioral healthcare services, such as medication management, case administration and residential treatment. Counseling and psychotherapy, support groups and peer mentoring may all fall under behavioral healthcare’s coverage as well. Its goals include helping each person reach his or her own personal level of wellness.
Integrative behavioral health is the optimal strategy for optimizing patient overall health management. Psychosocial specialists usually work in the medical setting or are fully integrated into existing procedures, teams and information systems – providing patients with more comprehensive and cost-effective care that’s less costly and more convenient.
Integrative healthcare is the latest trend in health industry, merging traditional medicine with holistic, wellness-centered healing to assist patients in living healthier, fuller lives by addressing root causes of their difficulties – such as stress reduction, treating mental illnesses or helping recover from substance abuse.