Since 1932, Randolph Hospital has been fortunate to employ dedicated and loyal personnel committed to providing quality healthcare and promoting health and wellness in our community.
Randolph Hospital was created in 1928 when a joint meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, Kiwanis Club, Rotary Club, the town council and interested citizens approved a cooperative plan with the Duke Endowment to build a 40-bed hospital. The hospital opened July 9, 1932. Since then, Randolph Hospital has expanded to 145 beds, and continues to expand not only in scope, but in services designed to ensure high quality healthcare.
Randolph Hospital touches nearly every family in Randolph County in some way, through Outpatient services, maternity care, inpatient hospitalization, education classes and screenings, emergency department visits, home health care and much more.
We're proud to serve Randolph County and we're proud to have grown to the point that Randolph County residents who need hospital services choose us over other hospitals making us the healthcare provider of choice for our community.
Coupled with state-of-the-art technology and personal care, patients' needs are not only met, but surpassed. Our physicians and staff are highly skilled professionals boasting specialty certifications, ensuring that our patients receive the best possible care. Randolph Hospital is accredited through the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
Each year, Randolph Hospital continues to grow and expand current services to better serve this community. As Randolph Hospital moves forward, we are confident of our ability to meet these needs due to the combined efforts of our board of directors, employees, physicians, volunteers and a community that supports us.
Randolph Hospital is proud to provide you with continued quality healthcare and looks forward to ensuring that you receive "Care You Can Trust." – less–ZoomInfo