Fact Sheets

It’s more than bricks and mortar…

It’s about investing in a healthier future for Western North Carolina

 

Mission Future Ready is about transforming healthcare, continuing to improve our high-quality medical treatment and anticipating the future needs of those we care for before, during and after they visit any one of our facilities.Ronald A. Paulus, MD President and CEO Mission Health

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Construction Economic Impact – Mission Hospital for Advanced Medicine

 

Mission Hospital Advanced Medicine construction project is forecasted to support nearly 2,300 jobs at the height of construction and generate approximately $160 million new labor income for households over course of the project

Learn All About Our Commitment to Community Investment

 

For Mission Health, community investment has been an integral part of our history and culture for more than a century. Today, it helps drive innovation and contributes to our ranking as one of the nation’s highest quality health systems. At the heart of our health system is the relationship between our member hospitals and the communities we serve.

 

Click here to find details about the projects underway that will help us provide and support good health throughout western North Carolina. It is our to be at the forefront of innovation that brings the latest technology to our patients, close to home.

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Highlands-Cashiers Hospital

Highlands-Cashiers Hospital intends to replace its existing emergency department with a $6.7 million renovation which will include a 6,800-square-foot addition to the current facility.

McDowell Hospital

Mission Health invested more than $45 million to upgrade and expand parts of the hospital, including expanded emergency room services, additional inpatient rooms and updated imaging equipment.

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Transylvania Regional Hospital

The new Emergency Department will have 15 beds in larger rooms, specifically designed to efficiently pay out equipment and accommodate caregiving teams. Four rooms will be dedicated behavioral health patients.