Wilmington has top notch health care facilties. There are an abudance of doctors, dentists and specialty physicans. One reason why....they all want to live in Wilmington! Below is a summary of New Hanover Regional Medical Center.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center's hospitals and services have long-standing roots in Southeastern North Carolina, offering quality care close to home for generations of families through all stages of life.
In addition to its main campus, New Hanover Regional Medical Center offers general hospital services at Cape Fear Hospital in Wilmington and Pender Memorial Hospital in Burgaw.
As a public, not-for-profit healthcare system, New Hanover Regional Medical Center offers care to everyone who needs it, regardless of his or her ability to pay. New Hanover Regional Medical Center provides more than $83 million a year in uncompensated, often to those who would not otherwise have access to health care.
For more on our outreach and community efforts, click here: Community Outreach.
In 2009, NHRMC received full accreditation for the next three years by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. For more information on our awards and recognition, please click here: Why Choose Us.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center is the ninth largest health care system in the state with a dedicated team of 4,400 employees, 565 physicians and 800 active volunteers. For more information on the physicians that practice here and how to become a part of the system, follow the links below:
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New Hanover Regional Medical Center is a teaching site affiliated with the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine. To learn more, click here: Residency Programs.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center's volunteer Board of Trustees is appointed by the New Hanover County Commissioners, with representation from Pender County. The medical center receives no local tax support.
Specialty Centers and Services
This is a partial listing. For more information, click here: Medical Services.