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Community Connected Care - Right Here in Randolph County

Community Connected Care -
Right Here in Randolph County

Did you know that some of the greatest medical technology is right here in Randolph County? Many people in and around our community don't realize that we offer many services you'd only expect to find at much larger health systems. From our state-of-the-art imaging services to our advanced, minimally invasive surgical techniques, Randolph Health has you covered in most situations.

Below, you can check out a series of videos featuring both service providers and patients. Let them explain how Randolph Health is perfecting Community Connected Care.


Dr. Tommy Lawrence - Imaging

At Randolph Health, we have some of the most sophisticated technologies available. Through 3D mammography, we can detect breast cancer at an earlier stage. Our free-standing MRI, with a wider opening and silent technology, allows us to identify blood clots in the brain and find minor tears in muscle tissue. Through our advanced vein programs, we can treat damaged veins and increase blood flow. Randolph Health has advanced technologies that are changing people’s lives, right here, right now.


Karen Routh - Double Knee Replacement

After 33 years as a nurse, Karen couldn’t bear the knee pain any more. One knee replacement is a big deal, let alone two new knees within six weeks of each other. With Dr. Kyle Hubler and the skilled team at Randolph Health Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, Karen has two new knees and is back to work – caring for others. "I owe my new life to Dr. Hubler and the skilled team of specialists at Randolph Health Orthopedics & Sports Medicine!"


Amy Troy - Surgical Services

Randolph Health has the surgical services you’d expect from larger medical centers. Through our three different facilities, we can accommodate a wide array of surgical specialties and you could say we touch almost every part of the body. And our surgeons are able to provide many procedures using minimally invasive techniques. Those techniques often result in less pain, less scarring, shorter recovery times and significantly reduced risks.