Chatham Hospital is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital, located in Siler City, NC, that is part of the UNC Health Care System. This hospital has a 76-year history of providing health care to the residents of Chatham and surrounding counties.
The hospital, re-accredited by The Joint Commission September 11th 2015, provides surgical, medical, pediatric, and emergency services. Community-based outpatient services in the area of Diabetes Education, Physical Therapy, Imaging, Cardiac Rehabilitation and Pulmonary Rehabilitation are also offered.
As a critical access hospital, Chatham Hospital is able to utilize beds to provide interim care to patients who no longer require acute medical care, but need additional time and care for strengthening and recuperation before returning home.
The 10-bed emergency department provides full-service around-the-clock care to more than 1,200 adults and children each month. UNC Health Care bases a helicopter for transport on the grounds of Chatham Hospital.
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