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Blog Posts in 2019

CaroMont Regional Medical Center was awarded an ‘A’ from The Leapfrog Group ’s spring 2019 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade. The designation recognizes the hospital’s efforts in protecting patients from harm and providing safer ...
GASTONIA, NC – CaroMont Health today announced plans to invest more than $300 million in capital projects and facility improvements in Gaston County over the next five years. Projects include the addition of a critical care tower on the main ...
During the April meeting of the Gaston College Board of Trustees, the CaroMont Health Foundation named Kyra Monique Rhyne the 2019 winner of the Wayne F. Shovelin Scholarship. Members of the CaroMont Health Foundation Scholarship Committee were there ...
Recently, surgeons at CaroMont Regional Medical Center made history by performing the hospital’s first Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR). The state-of-the-art surgical procedure combines the expert skill of cardiac surgery with ...
On April 1, Gaston Women’s Healthcare and Ashley Women’s Health joined together to become CaroMont Women’s Health. With more than 25 years of providing compassionate women’s healthcare in Gaston County, the newly-combined ...
CAROMONT HEALTH SURGEONS FIRST IN NORTH CAROLINA TO PERFORM MINIMALLY INVASIVE PROCEDURE New Surgery Promises Shorter Recovery and Less Pain for Some Rib Fractures Recently, Dr. Graydon Stallard and Dr. Anthony Raspanti of CaroMont Surgical ...
The annual hospitals report from Business North Carolina dives into the data to determine which medical centers are most successful at their fundamental goal: providing quality care for patients. The result is Business North Carolina ’s 2019 ...
Soon, patients at CaroMont Regional Medical Center will have access to new life-saving cardiac technology in a state-of-the-art setting, made possible by a generous grant from the David Belk Cannon Foundation. The grant supports the creation of a ...
GASTONIA, NC – In order to help control the spread of flu and flu-like illness, CaroMont Health announced today it will temporarily restrict hospital visitors under the age of 13 to CaroMont Regional Medical Center beginning Friday, February 8 ...