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Welcome to North Carolina Specialty Hospital where we have a long standing
tradition of providing quality care for our patients.
The Acuity Adaptable Unit at NCSH is an acute care unit designed to provide one on one care to patients who may require closer monitoring after they have surgery.
The Admitting department at NCSH is designed to provide the best available services to our patients.
Computed tomography scanning is an X-ray procedure that provides cross-sectional images of specific areas of the body, mainly used for brain, spine, chest, abdominal, muscular, and skeletal imaging.
Diagnostic/Fluoroscopic Radiology is a technology that provides physicians with moving or dynamic images on a fluoroscopic or television monitor.
At North Carolina Specialty Hospital, we provide the highest standards of care, which includes serving delicious, fresh, high-quality meals as patients begin their recovery.
EVS is in charge of keeping the entire facility clean inside and outside the hospital, as well as NCSH Wound Care Center.
The care of each of our patients is a complex process that involves various specialists all collaborating with the common goal of safe surgery. It begins with pre-anesthesia evaluation.
The Med/Surg Unit at NCSH is made up of 24 spacious private rooms to accommodate our patients who are required to stay overnight after they have surgery.
Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians provide compassionate care to inpatients and ambulatory care patients at North Carolina Specialty Hospital.
Portable Radiography in medical imaging has become a focal point for healthcare as technology continues to improve the quality of patient care and drive down costs.
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