Iredell Memorial Hospital
Iredell Memorial Hospital is a healthcare facility located at 557 Brookdale Drive in Statesville. This state-of-the-art hospital provides high quality and compassionate medical care to the entire family.
The hospital specializes in a wide range of services including ophthalmology, cardiac treatment, occupational therapy, speech therapy, respiratory disorders and chemotherapy. All the services are backed by latest diagnosis and treatment method, and certified staff.
Iredell Memorial Hospital is inclusive of a 48-bed hospital-based nursing facility, a diabetes center, home health, radiation therapy center, and a full service clinical laboratory accreditation by the Commission on Laboratory Accreditation of the College of American Pathologists.
IMH also offers continued health care after the discharged from the hospital and assists in the arrangement of equipment, home care services, or referral to community agencies.
Iredell Memorial Hospital accepts both Medicare and Medicaid patients.Address: 557 Brookdale Dr , Statesville , PO Box 1828
State: North Carolina
Number of Beds: 203
Total Staff : 0
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