Physicians in Asheboro, NC
Comprehensive list of Asheboro, North Carolina physicians, doctors & medical clinics, centers and hospitals.
Welcome to Family and Community Medicine of Asheboro, P.A. Founded in 2000, our goal is to supply the best quality medical care to you and your family including care for infants, kids, adults, and seniors. For new patients or for changes in your demographics, please fill out our patient demographic form, situated here.
Randolph Hospital's goal is to supply quality healthcare and to promote health and wellness. Randolph Hospital will be the hospital preferred by patients and physicians. In association with superb physicians, we'll be an indispensable community resource for consistent excellence in quality, service, convenience and value.
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Set up in 1996, Central Carolina Women's Center is a privately-owned medical practice specializing in women's health. Our obstetrical services include high risk pregnancy management, onsite ultrasound, amniocentesis, and non-stress testing. The practice provides comprehensive women's healthcare, including well-woman care, adolescent gynecology, contraceptive counseling, hormone replacement therapy,
The Johnson Neurological Clinic. was established in 1985 by Dr. James A. Johnson, the 1st neurosurgeon in High Point, to supply neurological care to the Piedmont Triad area, at that time in association with High Point Regional Hospital and Thomasville's Community General Hospital.
At the Orthopaedic Surgery Center OSC we aim to supply individual and state of the art care to our patients. Asheboro is a growing and progressive area. We hope to keep up with the requirements of an ever changing and complex surgical world without sacrificing the individual relationships that all patients deserve.