Novant Health is a four-state integrated network of physician clinics, outpatient centers and hospitals. The Novant Health network consists of more than 1,500 physicians and 26,000 employees at more than 500 locations, including 15 medical centers and hundreds of outpatient facilities and physician clinics. Headquartered in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Novant Health serves more than 4 million patients annually. In 2014, Novant Health provided more than $639 million in community benefit, including charity care and services. The organization was formed on July 1, 1997 by the merger of Carolina Medicorp of Winston-Salem, North Carolina and Presbyterian Health Services of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Novant Health's new system-wide brand launched April 17, 2013. The new logo color aubergine represented "excellence" and "warmth."
Novant Health announced a new brand in 2013 to bring a unifying business identity to its mix of more than 400 local brands. The brand reinvention was done by Prophet, a brand management and marketing agency headquartered in San Francisco, California.
In July 2015, Novant Health concluded a months-long internal reorganization by terminating approximately 2% of its workforce, or about 400 employees. Despite the layoff announcement, officials said in a statement that the health system was "financially healthy" and a year-end report showed it generated a profit of $201.8 million the previous fiscal year. This was the largest system-wide layoff incident for Novant Health after the organization previously terminated 289 employees in May 2012, which caused picketing and protests associated with the Occupy movement.
Novant Health announced a new affiliation with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital on April 21, 2015. The St. Jude affiliate clinic is located in Charlotte, North Carolina and is the seventh to be established. The St. Jude Affiliate Clinic at Novant Health Hemby Children's Hospital provides specialized hematology and oncology care for pediatric patients in North and South Carolina.
Novant Health UVA Health System was formed January 1, 2016, as a new regional partnership between Novant Health and the University of Virginia Health System. This joint operating company was created through the merger of three regional hospitals: UVA Health System Culpeper Hospital, Novant Health Haymarket Medical Center and Novant Health Prince William Medical Center, as well as additional facilities from Novant Health including assisted living, outpatient cancer care, and ambulatory physician clinics.
On June 23, 2017, it was reported that Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center had achieved a Comprehensive Stroke Center designation from the Joint Commission and American Heart Association, the first hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina with the designation and the second hospital within the Novant Health system. Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina was previously designated as a Comprehensive Stroke Center in 2012, and has been re-certified three times. Comprehensive Stroke Center certification recognizes hospitals that meet standards to treat the most complex stroke cases, and is the highest level of stroke certification available.
In June 2017, Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center received approval from the North Carolina Office of Emergency Medical Services as a "practicing Level II trauma center." The hospital was previously designated as a Level III trauma center in 2016. To qualify for the full Level II designation, the hospital must care for 1,200 trauma patients in the year following the practicing designation and be evaluated on physician response times and patient outcomes.
As part of its trauma program, Novant Health launched a medical transport helicopter in November 2017 in partnership with the Med-Trans Air Medical Transport network. Novant Health MedFlight, an Airbus Eurocopter EC135, is based at Novant Health Rowan Medical Center in Salisbury, North Carolina and transports patients within a 150 nautical-mile radius.
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|Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center|
|Location||Charlotte, North Carolina, United States|
|Lists||Hospitals in North Carolina|
Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center is a 654-bed hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is the largest hospital in the Charlotte area operated by Novant Health, a private, non-profit regional medical system in the Carolinas and Virginia. Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and received Magnet designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) which recognizes facilities that provide the highest level of nursing care.
Presbyterian Hospital was founded in 1903, when ten doctors from the North Carolina Medical College purchased the former Charlotte Private Hospital. They immediately turned it over to the city's six Presbyterian churches to operate. The hospital operated out of leased properties during its early years. In 1915, the nearby Elizabeth College moved to Virginia, vacating its campus on Hawthorne Lane. The hospital acquired that property and in 1918 began operating at its current location. The Presbyterian ownership group planted several satellite hospitals in Huntersville and Matthews, before merging with Carolina Medicorp of Winston-Salem in 1997. The combined company became known as Novant Health, and in 2013 announced the re-branding all of facilities under the Novant name.
Hemby Children's Hospital is located within Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center. The hospital has a total of 109 beds including a 38-bed Level IV NICU, an 8-bed PICU, 20-bed adolescent behavioral health department, and a 43-bed general pediatric floor. Hemby Children's Hospital has the region's first 24/7 Children's Emergency Department, and also offers child life and other support services.
Presbyterian Medical Center has been named one of the 50 "Best Hospitals" in America by Becker's ASC Review. Based on national hospital rankings for quality patient care, Presbyterian Medical joins the 50 best list along with nationally renowned medical centers such as Johns Hopkins Hospital, Cleveland Clinic and Mayo Clinic. Presbyterian Medical Center is the only hospital in the Charlotte region on the "best hospitals" list for 2011.
Presbyterian Medical Center recently received the 2011 President's Award along with 55 other awards from Professional Research Consultants (PRC), a national healthcare marketing organization that conducts satisfaction surveys for the hospital.
In 2009 The American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (ACS NSQIP) has recognized Presbyterian Hospital as one of 26 ACS NSQIP participating hospitals in the United States that have achieved exemplary outcomes for surgical patient care.
|Novant Health Rowan Medical Center|
Main Visitor Entrance on W. Henderson St.
|Location||Salisbury, North Carolina, United States|
1936 as Rowan Memorial Hospital|
1995 as Rowan Regional Medical Center
2013 as Novant Health Rowan Medical Center
|Lists||Hospitals in North Carolina|
Novant Health Rowan Medical Center is a 268-bed hospital in Salisbury, North Carolina. A part of the Novant Health organization, Rowan Medical Center is a private, not-for-profit medical center. Prior to 1995, the hospital was called Rowan Memorial Hospital.
Novant Health Rowan Medical Center first opened in Salisbury as Rowan Memorial Hospital on August 1, 1936. Since then, it has expanded several times.