FirstHealth of the Carolinas is a private, non-governmental, not-for-profit health care network serving 15 counties in the mid-Carolinas.
FirstHealth of the Carolinas includes three hospitals with a total of 611 licensed beds. In an effort to offer a multi-disciplined continuum of care, FirstHealth also provides inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation programs, a skilled nursing facility, three centers for the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, three wound care centers (two with hyperbaric chambers), three dental care clinics for underprivileged children, seven family care centers, six health and fitness centers, a laundry, four charitable foundations, a Hospice program, a Home Care program, and critical care transport, EMS and medical transport services. In addition, FirstHealth has an insurance plan that includes a product that specifically targets the vast numbers of uninsured in our coverage area. These integrated facilities and services make FirstHealth one of the nation’s most comprehensive health care networks.
FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital in Pinehurst, the network’s flagship hospital, is a 385-bed acute-care facility offering a broad spectrum of specialties and a full range of health care services. In both scope and quality, the services offered by Moore Regional match those typically associated with university medical centers and large, urban hospitals. Moore Regional has a medical staff of nearly 200 physicians, a professional staff of more than 2,700 and more than 725 volunteers.
The FirstHealth Moore Regional Community Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Center is one of the most complete cancer care programs in the state. FirstHealth’s cancer experts have the specialized knowledge and skill to diagnose and effectively treat a wide range of cancers. Through their affiliation with the nation’s leading cancer research centers, FirstHealth physicians can offer patients the most promising and powerful new treatments.
FirstHealth Moore Regional is also a regional leader in cardiovascular care. Its cardiothoracic surgeons perform more than 400 open-heart surgery procedures a year, and the hospital offers one of the largest and most comprehensive programs in the mid-Carolinas, with a reputation for high-quality, personalized care.
In addition, Moore Regional boasts a number of specialty centers (including esophageal, chest and wound) offering patients a multi-disciplinary approach for diagnosis and treatment. Other surgical specialties include bariatric, general, plastic and reconstructive, ENT, orthopaedics and neurosurgery.
For more information on FirstHealth of the Carolinas, please visit www.firsthealth.org.