The Archdale-Trinity community enjoys the availability of quality care in nearby medical facilities. For nearly 100 years, High Point Regional Health System has focused on traditional healthcare, while it has remained innovative and committed to quality advanced procedures for the people of its region.
Out of more than 6,000 hospitals in the country, High Point Regional is in the one percent to be awarded magnet status, the gold standard in nursing care. This not-for-profit 368-bed hospital has over 230 physicians in more than 30 specialties. Over the last five years, High Point Regional has opened Carolina Regional Heart Center, the Women’s Center, the Cancer Center, the Joint Replacement Center and an Inpatient Rehabilitation Center.
Thomasville Medical Center, a 149-bed community medical center, offers inpatient and multi-specialty outpatient services. The medical center provides medical care that is state-of-the-art and second to none, both because of the advanced treatments and procedures, and the highly qualified medical staff. Whether needing permanent relief from heartburn from the Triad Heartburn Treatment Center, a good night’s sleep from the Sleep Disorders Center, or immediate intervention for the sign of a brain attack from the Stroke Center, Thomasville Medical Center provides remarkable medicine and remarkable people.
Randolph Hospital has the only full-service comprehensive rehabilitation program in Randolph County. It offers a full range of physical therapy, occupational therapy, rehab, and speech language/pathology on an inpatient and outpatient basis. The Randolph Cancer Center is an accredited program through the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer and recently won the Outstanding Achievement Award recognizing the significant commitment by Randolph Cancer Center for providing high quality cancer care to patients. The hospital’s many programs include Peripheral Vascular Service, Outpatient Surgery and Diagnostic Services, Sleep Services, Cardiac Service, Maternity Service, and many opportunities for prevention and education as well as treatment.
Archdale-Trinity is also only 85 minutes away from the Duke University and University of North Carolina Medical centers and 45 minutes from Wake Forest University Medical Center.
The day-to-day health of area residents is served by a wealth of top-notch local clinics and healthcare professionals, including Cornerstone Family Practice, MedCentral and Archdale-Thomasville Pediatrics.
All the communities in the area are involved with the Victory Junction Camp, A Hole in the Wall Gang Camp co-founded by actor Paul Newman and Kyle and Pattie Petty. The Petty family co-founded the camp in memory of their son, Adam Petty, and it serves as a retreat camp for children with chronic and life-threatening illnesses.
Linbrook Hall, owned by RFMD’s Jerry Neal, is a major site for fundraisers for Victory Junction Camp.
The camp’s goal is to accommodate young people with life- threatening illnesses, and a fully equipped medical center is available on-site, accommodating everything from minor cuts to the administration of chemotherapy.
The communities are served by several state-of-the-art nursing and rehabilitation centers for the senior population. GrayBrier, North Pointe and Westwood offer premier care for this sector of residents.