Hendersonville Family Health Center
HFHC is one of two outpatient clinics that residents see patients. It is, as of 2013, a branch of Blue Ridge Community Health Services. Built in 1999, it is a 12,000 square foot facility with 24 patient rooms, two procedure rooms, a behavioral health meeting room, a teleconference room and a precepting area. It serves a wide breadth of patients with full-spectrum family medicine services offered. It is located across the street from Pardee Hospital, allowing easy access between clinic and the hospital.
Blue Ridge Community Health Center
BRCHC is the other outpatient clinic. It was initially founded in 1963, it is a teaching health center and Federally Qualified Health Center that serves migrant populations, the uninsured, and the general public. After the completion of the new BRCHC facility in 2011, Blue Ridge joined the residency in 2013. It is an integrated facility that offers dental, behavioral health, radiography and laboratory services, as well as an on-site pharmacy. About 40 percent of BRCHC’s patients are Spanish speaking and full interpretive services are available.
Established in 1953, Pardee Hospital is a not-for-profit community hospital with MAHEC Hendersonville as the only residency program at the hospital. It is a busy 222 bed hospital that has received high marks in orthopedics and surgery by several national rankings. It also houses the second busiest ER in Western North Carolina, which has 34 ER rooms. Over 300 babies are delivered each year. It has an ICU where family physicians have admitting privileges. Family Medicine is the only training program at Pardee Hospital, so residents have access to a wide range of in-house medical cases and experiences.
Mission Hospital is located 19.8 miles away from Pardee Hospital, making the rotations an easy commute for Hendersonville residents. Mission Hospital, a part of the Mission Health System and the medical center that serves as the tertiary referral center for the entire Western North Carolina region and parts of TN, SC, WVA, VA and beyond. This comprehensive health system brings together the capabilities of its two founding hospitals, Mission and St. Joseph's. The private, not-for-profit hospital system is led by a board of community leaders and guided by the values and missions of its member hospitals. Together, they are licensed for 833 beds, including bassinets. The medical staff comprises approximately 600 physicians.