Alamance Regional Medical Center


Alamance Regional Medical Center
Alamance Regional Medical Center is listed in the Rehabilitation Services category in Mebane, North Carolina. Displayed below are the social networks for Alamance Regional Medical Center which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Alamance Regional Medical Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 91.

Contact information for Alamance Regional Medical Center is:
102 Medical Park Dr
Mebane, NC 27302
(919) 304-5060
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People calling Cone Health facilities with an 832 prefix may experience brief interruptions Tuesday morning.

Congratulations Jessica Jarvis, winner of the 2017 Excellence in Clinical Patient Care Award from @NeuroNursesAANN†…

Cone Health Women's Hospital and Alamance Regional Medical Center introduced nitrous oxide ('laughing gas') for pain management on Monday, becoming the first Triad-area labor and delivery hospitals with the service.
Cone Health Women's Hospital and Cone Health Alamance Regional started offering nitrous oxide ('laughing gas') Monday, becoming the first Triad-area labor and delivery hospitals with the service.

Alamance Regional Medical Center added an event.
FREE Pap Smear Screening for all women who cannot afford to see their physician. To register please call 336-832-8000. Screening is open to all women who are 21 years of age and older, who are currently sexually active or have been sexually active, have never had a pap smear or have not had a pap smear within the last 3 years.
Health â‹… Wellness

.@randolphhealth and @ConeHealth, exploring closer affiliation, have entered into a period of due diligence†…

.@ConeHealth CEO Terry Akin receives a health care leadership award from @ACHEConnect…

Plan Ahead To Spring Forward: 6 Ways To Sleep Through The Time Change #daylightsavings…

"This award is confirmation that you can find nationally recognized care at home. Of course this would not be possible without the commitment and dedication to excellence by our physicians, nurses and our entire staff." -Preston Hammock, president of Alamance Regional Medical Center on being named among the 100 best hospitals in America by Healthgrades.

Alamance Regional Medical Center shared Cone Health's post.
Cone Health joins others in taking the steps due to the high level of flu in the area. Cone Health joins other regional health systems in restricting children 12 and younger from entering its hospitals. Adults who have the flu or flu symptoms also should not visit. These restrictions are effective Friday, February 24, at 7 am. This change does not apply to those seeking emergency care or to patients. Cone Health—along with Novant Health, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and Carolinas HealthCare System is taking a unified approach in implementing restrictions to help avoid confusion among patients. “People who have underlying conditions such as cancer and kidney disease and pregnant women are especially susceptible to the flu,” says Cone Health Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer Bruce Swords, MD. “We are asking for the community’s help in keeping the flu away from our patients.” Nearly 10 percent of people seeking care in Cone Health emergency departments and urgent care centers have the flu or flu symptoms. These restrictions apply to lobbies, waiting areas, cafeterias and patient rooms of all Cone Health facilities including Alamance Regional Medical Center, Annie Penn Hospital, Cone Health Behavioral Health Hospital, Moses Cone Hospital, Wesley Long Hospital, Women’s Hospital and Cone Health MedCenters. While children 12 and younger may not come into Cone Health facilities except for care during this outbreak, exceptions can be made for special circumstances such as to visit a dying family member. “Most of us will feel better in a week by staying home, getting plenty of rest and treating flu symptoms with over-the-counter medications such as ibuprofen,” says Swords. For individuals who experience fever lasting several days, Cone Health recommends that they seek the advice of a physician. More information about the flu is available at and from the Centers for Disease Control at:

Alamance Regional Medical Center has received the Healthgrades 2017 America’s 100 Best Hospitals Award™. The distinction places Alamance Regional in the top 2 percent of more than 4,500 hospitals nationwide for consistent, year-over-year superior clinical performance. Thanks to all of our staff who work so hard to care for the community we serve!