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Randolph Hospital, a recognized healthcare provider in Randolph County, is located in Asheboro, North Carolina. Beginning July 9, 1932, the 145-bed facility has been accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). Through an array of services, Randolph continues to promote the community's health and wellness.

Randolph Hospital provides its services in a variety of specialty areas. The Cancer Center, in association with Moses Cone Health System, has excelled in nearly all areas of cancer treatment. The Chest Pain Center is committed to provide necessary health education to the patients. Randolph’s Pulmonary Services, a recipient of American Association’s Quality Respiratory Care Recognition (QRCR), ensure complete diagnosis and treatment of chronic lung diseases. The maternity unit features excellent family-centered maternity services. It has 12 fully-furnished suites to provide a comfortable stay for the new mothers. The Level II nursery has exceptional facilities to care for premature newborns. Maternity classes also are conducted.

Community Health Services of Randolph Hospital strive to improve community health. Home Health Services, a non-profit organization accredited by JCAHO, provides compassionate care to homebound patients.

Randolph operates three outpatient specialty units adjacent to the hospital: the Endocrinology, Rheumatology and Infectious Disease clinics. A Diabetics Self-Management Program, recognized by the American Diabetes Association, also is organized for outpatients.

In addition, the hospital boasts a full spectrum of rehabilitation, surgical, imaging, and emergency services. Such facilities as a cafeteria, ATM, gift shop, and chapel are provided for visitors' convenience.

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