About the Organization
Recognized by a National Consumer Magazine as the top hospital in North Carolina for Surgical safety and quality, Pardee UNC Health Care is a growing, dynamic, not-for profit county-owned hospital. Margaret R. Pardee Memorial Hospital is licensed for 222 acute care beds and is a sophisticated full service hospital. In addition to the main hospital complex, Pardee operates a two Urgent Care Centers, home health services, a mall-based Pardee Signature Care - community health education center, an outpatient rehab & sports therapy complex, a womens health center, a comprehensive cancer program, as well as several primary care and specialty practices. Pardee is instrumental in training rural-tract family medicine residents through the Hendersonville/MAHEC Family Practice Residency Program. New practices include primary and specialty practices within a new 80,000 square foot office building on a new a health campus located in Fletcher, NC (9 miles from downtown Asheville). Pardee is noted for outreach in the community through wellness and prevention services, as well as for high-tech diagnostic and treatment capabilities. The hospital is fully accredited by Det Norske Veritas Healthcare, Inc. (DNV) a CMS and NIAHO approved accreditation organization. Pardee Hospital has a 27-bed Emergency Department ranked among the top 10 in NC for Treatment of Stroke and is a Five-Star Award* Recipient for Treatment of Stroke. Pardee Hospital is designated as the first and only Stroke Capable Hospital in Henderson County by the North Carolina Office of Emergency Medical Services.
Pardee does not utilize recruitment or placement firms, we invite physicians to contact us directly.
Pardee Hospital does not offer Visa sponsorship.
About the Community
Hendersonville, NC, is the ideal mountain getaway filled with an array of activities, attractions, events, outdoor recreation, historic sites, wineries and breweries, theater, shopping, and restaurants. Hendersonville is nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina, located 20 miles south of Asheville and 40 miles south of Greenville, SC. The city rests on a plateau with an altitude of 2200 feet above sea level. The mild year-round climate makes exploring this charming mountain town very enjoyable. Accommodations range from popular chain hotels, elegant bed and breakfasts, to rustic cabins offering a variety of amenities. Henderson County is the home to the popular North Carolina Apple Festival held each year during Labor Day weekend.