One can change everything. One doctor, one idea or one single breakthrough can transform the course of a disease, the course of health or even the course of history.
We believe in the power of one, which is why we work together as one. In one system where patients are partners, where sharing best practices is common practice and where thousands of minds serve millions of people. Select any of the topics below to get a one-on-one perspective of how we help you — the most important one of all.
One for all. As far as we're concerned, there shouldn't be any barriers to health. And thanks to coordinated care teams, new facilities in remote areas and an entire system connected through the latest technology, we're doing our part to deliver world-class care to everyone. Watch the video to see how we work as one to give you the care you deserve.
One breakthrough after another. Technology moves health forward, but it's nothing without the right people and knowledge behind it. Watch the video to see how we work together to develop, adopt and apply new technology to improve outcomes and overall community health.
Working as One. The only thing better than having the best medical minds in the world is having them all connected. Because when experts from every field come together to share knowledge, experience and research across 800 locations, you see better outcomes. Watch the video to see how we work as one to deliver the best care possible.
One on One. Health is a team effort, and the most important person on that team is you. Hear from one of our patients about how we partner with you to coordinate your care and help you manage your health both inside and outside of our facilities.
At Carolinas Healthcare System, our mission is caring for patients. And although they come in a variety of sizes, shapes and years, each has their own story. Our ONE team is dedicated to responding to the needs of each and every person who walks through our doors.
While dining with a friend, Rick Dunlap experienced a sudden stroke. Thanks to the quick response by those around him and others close by at Carolinas HealthCare System, Rick was out of the hospital and celebrating New Year’s with family and friends.
They come by the bus load – 1400 student athletes from Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, to receive free health screenings. For the sixth year in a row, this annual testing event was supported by 350 clinical staff members and volunteers and one very enthusiastic cheerleader who knows a little bit about playing sports himself. Read how Cam Newton’s support of Heart of a Champion Day continues to influence the lives of high school athletes throughout the Charlotte region.
After attempting to rescue her cat from a backyard tree, Dolly Jackson suffered a devastating accident. Her life-altering spinal cord injury required months of rehabilitation. Dolly eventually had to learn new ways to navigate her changed lifestyle. Thanks to Carolinas Healthcare System and the support of family and great friends like the Darryl Gwynn Foundation, Dolly’s journey is now filled with new direction and purpose.
When Al Taylor, an avid runner and CEO of Stanly Regional Medical Center volunteered to serve as a test candidate for a new CT scanner at his hospital, little did he know the results would change his life. Doctors identified a previously-unknown congenital heart defect that would eventually require major surgery and months of rehabilitation to correct. Follow his story from the initial scan to his triumphant return to running.