Yet another accolade for FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital!  It has been named one of America’s 100 Great Community Hospitals for 2016 by Becker’s Hospital Review.  This list is based on the hospitals' continual quality of care and service to the community.

“We are very pleased to be recognized by Becker’s for providing quality care to our patients and serving our community in many ways,” said David Kilarski, chief executive officer for FirstHealth of the Carolinas. “Our goal as an organization is to provide exceptional and safe quality care to our patients and their loved ones. Each and every physician, employee and volunteer at FirstHealth works very hard to produce the highest levels of patient satisfaction and top-quality care. It’s gratifying that Becker’s has confirmed the success of our efforts.”

This is the second year Moore Regional has been included on the list. For the purposes of this list, Becker’s defines a ‘community hospital’ as one with fewer than 550 beds that have minimal teaching FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital, Pinehurstprograms.

Earlier this year, the hospital was also named one of the nation’s Top 100 Hospitals by Truven Health Analytics, a national health care information company. 

Offering a full range of health care services, Moore Regional Hospital has 387 beds and is the flagship facility for FirstHealth of the Carolinas.  Today it includes an active medical staff of 249 physicians, a professional staff of more than 2,700 ,and an average of 750 volunteers.

 


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