Carolinas Medical Center-NorthEast

Carolinas Medical Center-NorthEast

Carolinas Medical Center-NorthEast, (Formerly Cabarrus Memorial Hospital, later NorthEast Medical Center), is a 457 bed, acute-care,teaching hospital located in Concord, North Carolina. Founded in 1930 as Cabarrus County Hospital, the hospital has continued to expand and now serves most of Cabarrus County as a regional hospital. This hospital is also a recent addition to the Carolinas Healthcare System. In December 2006, CMC- NorthEast opened the new Jeff Gordon Children's Hospital in the Clinical Services building. In early 2007, another completed expansion project brought forth The Pavilion, which features the newly expanded Batte Cancer Center and Cannon Heart Center. Another feature on the CMC- NorthEast campus is the Cabarrus College of Health Sciences.


Carolinas Medical Center- NorthEast first opened their doors in 1937 as Cabarrus County Hospital by George A. Batte, Jr. and Charles A. Cannon. In 1991, the hospital was renamed to Cabarrus Memorial Hospital. Then in 1997, the hospital was once again renamed to NorthEast Medical Center. In 2002, the hospital received the title of 58th Magnet Hospital, an award for nursing excellence. In 2007, the hospital joined the Charlotte-based Carolinas Healthcare System, and was renamed Carolinas Medical Center- NorthEast.

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Carolinas Medical Center - NorthEast

Cabarrus College of Heath Sciences

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