Mission: Randolph hospital's mission is to provide quality health care and to promote health and wellness.
Programs: Randolph hospital, a not-for-profit, 145-bed community hospital was established in 1928 with the approval of a cooperative plan with the duke endowment at a joint meeting of the asheboro rotary club, the kiwanis club, the chamber of commerce, the town council and interested citizens. The plan called for the building of a 40-bed hospital. See schedule o for continuationwith a grant from the duke endowment and contributions from the community that exceeded a $50,000 goal by $10,000, randolph hospital was built and opened on july 9, 1932. Over the next 82 years it has grown to 145 beds and is the healthcare provider of choice for randolph county citizens providing state-of-the-art imaging services, advanced surgical procedures, comprehensive cancer services, maternity care, home health and much more. We also offer community education in the form of screenings and on-site clinics for a variety of wellness initiatives as well as caregiver support services for the communities we serve. In 2014, randolph hospital was recognized by premier, inc. As one of only 18 hospitals in the united states and one of only two in north carolina providing high-value healthcare and achieving top performance in all six of the areas measured in premiers quest collaborative: mortality, harm, readmissions, costs, patient experience and evidence-based care. In 2013, randolph cancer center received the outstanding achievement award from the commission on cancer of the american college of surgeons -- one of only three centers in north carolina to achieve this honor. It recognized the outstanding effort and commitment by the entire randolph cancer center team for providing high quality cancer care to our patients and in meeting and exceeding the standards set by the coc accreditation program. In 2012, randolph cancer center was recognized by the quality oncology practice initiative (qopi) certification program, an affiliate of the american society of clinical oncology (asco). The qopi certification program provides a three-year certification for outpatient hematology-oncology practices that meet the highest standards for quality cancer care. In 2013, the breast center at randolph hospital was granted a three-year full accreditation designation by the national accreditation program for breast centers (napbc), making it one of only 17 breast centers in north carolina with the accreditation. Napbc is a program administered by the american college of surgeons. Accreditation by the napbc is only given to those centers that have voluntarily committed to provide the highest level of quality breast care and that undergo a rigorous evaluation process and review of their performance. In 2012, the human motion institute at randolph hospital earned the joint commission's gold seal of approval for its orthopedic joint replacement programs for hips and knees by demonstrating compliance with the joint commission's national standards for health care quality and safety in disease-specific care. The certification award recognizes randolph hospital's dedication to continuous compliance with the joint commission's state-of-the-art standards.