Carolinas HealthCare System
is a hospital network
located throughout North
and South Carolina
. About 90% of the hospitals affiliated with the system are located within a 75 mile radius of Carolinas Medical Center
in Charlotte, North Carolina
Carolinas HealthCare System include the following hospitals:
Carolinas HealthCare System is based in Charlotte. However, its operations are not limted to Charlotte. The network operates 8 hospitals within the Charlotte area, 4 of them are considered by many to be consistent of 90% of Carolinas Healthcare's operations.
These hospitals are considered to be the bulk of Carolinas Healthcare's operations:
These hospitals are community hospitals that Carolinas Healthcare owns or manages:
Carolinas HealthCare System manages Blue Ridge Health Care System, which includes the following hospitals.
Valdese Hospital is owned by Carolinas HealthCare System.
The majority of Carolinas HealthCare's hospital operations in South Carolina is around the Charleston
The hospitals Carolinas HealthCare manage in Charleston are organized as Roper-St. Francis Health System. This system was created in partnership with two other non-profit organizations, the Medical Society of South Carolina, one of the oldest continuously operating physician organizations in the United States and the owner of Roper Hospital, and the Bon Secours Healthcare System, which owns hospitals and medical facilities throughout the eastern United States.
Carolinas HealthCare System operates a rehabilitation facility on the main campus of Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte. Other Rehabilitation facilities include:
Behavioral Health Facilities
Carolinas HealthCare System operates a Behavioral Health Facility on Randolph Road in Charlotte.
In addition to providing patients with quality health care, Carolinas HealthCare System operates long-term care facilities in the Charlotte Area. Other facilities of importance include: