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  • July 28, 2017
  • July 27, 2017
    In an effort to determine the health needs of Caldwell County residents, Caldwell County Health Department has released the 2017 version of the Community Health Needs Ass…
  • July 19, 2017
    Work continues on our renovation project at Caldwell Memorial Hospital. Though much progress has been made, more is to be done. The projected time frame for completion is…
  • July 17, 2017
    RiverCrest Medical Park opened to patients on Monday, July 10, 2017. Jay Schmidt, MD, Michael Lewis, MD, and Aimee Cavendish, MD, are joined by Wendy Hartsoe, FNP, Shell…
  • June 26, 2017
    Caldwell County High School Students Attend Camp Med Caldwell Memorial Hospital (CMH) recently held its annual Camp Med program providing students an opportunity to expl…

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About Caldwell

Caldwell is pleased to provide you with the quality healthcare you trust and the caring you deserve. Since opening in 1951, we have continued to grow and change in order to better meet your needs. In May of 2013 we proudly became part of UNC Health Care System. 

Among Caldwell's many services and divisions are Caldwell Spine Center program; carotid artery stenting; cardiovascular and endovascular care; Digestive Health Center, a fully-staffed 24-hour Emergency Department; Foothills Dialysis Access; McCreary Cancer Center (in collaboration with UNC Health Care and UNC Faculty Physicians); The Quest4Life Wellness Center; Robbins Cardiology; Robbins Pulmonology, and Robbins Surgical. Our mission is to provide safe, effective, compassionate care and to promote healthy lifestyles to our community.

Caldwell Physicians is a division of Caldwell Memorial Hospital representing more than 60 provider practitioners rendering care to our community.  Caldwell Physicians includes: Anderson Medical Park; Digestive Health Center; Foothills Dialysis Access; HealthWorks; Laurel Park Women’s Health; Mulberry Pediatrics; Robbins Cardiology; Robbins Ear, Nose, Throat & Allergy; Robbins Medical Park; Robbins Pulmonology; Robbins Surgical; Southfork Medical Park; The Falls Medical Park; The Falls Pediatrics; and Westpointe Medical Practice.  The services of PLUS Urgent Care, family medicine and internal medicine are available at Anderson Medical Park, The Falls Medical Park, and Robbins Medical Park.

Caldwell's Senior Leadership Team
 

Caldwell Memorial Hospital History:  In December 1945, a group of concerned citizens of Caldwell County organized themselves into a non-profit corporation to be known as Caldwell Memorial Hospital, Incorporated. for the purpose of building an acute general hospital for the local citizenry.  These individuals became the incorporators and, after the charter was received, they became the original Board of Trustees.

Campaigns were then conducted to raise the local money necessary for participation in state and federal funding.  The building began in 1949 and the hospital received its first patient on January 1, 1951.  Caldwell Memorial had a beginning Medical Staff of 17 members that were appointed by the Board of Trustees.

During the years, a number of renovations have been made and services added including Radiation Oncology, Computer-Assisted Minimally-Invasive Orthopaedic Surgery, Digital Mammography, Fixed Cardiac Catheterization, MRI, Inpatient Dialysis, 24-hour Emergency Services, Cardio-pulmonary; Laboratory; Diagnostic Imaging and Physical Therapy.

On May 1, 2013 Caldwell Memorial Hospital, Inc. announced that it had joined the UNC Health Care System.  Read more about the strategic partnership here.


The Caldwell Memorial Hospital (CMH) Auxiliary, Inc. was established in 1974 to render financial and volunteer services to Caldwell Memorial Hospital and its patients through various ways.  The CMH Auxiliary enrolls more than 150 volunteers ranging in age from 14 - 95 years who work in almost every department. The gift shop, emergency department, information desks, mailroom, ICU waiting room, laboratory, and various other departments and special projects make use of regularly scheduled volunteers working three-hour shifts. Many hospital-owned practices have a growing need for volunteers. In the past 25 years, volunteers have given over 375,000 working hours and over one million dollars of contributions. The hospital needs all types of volunteers, especially those with clerical and customer service skills. For more information about volunteer opportunities call 828-757-5123.
 

 

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