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Medicare Performace Measures


Above the national average


Same as the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average



Firsthealth Moore Regional Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Moore County, NC.

Firsthealth Moore Regional Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Firsthealth Moore Regional Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


Checked in right away and the receptionist was friendly. BUT, we found out, incompetent. She registered me and my son and said the lab work would be in network. After we waited 30 minutes to be called and after I asked how I would be notified of the labs, the receptionist looked up the info and said it was out of network. Someone tell me if there is a way I can CHARGE HER for the extra costs!!!! Nice but incompetent is not worth it. (a week ago)


Used to be the only hopital to go to... would drive an hour from home for the service. THIS IS NO LONGER THE CASE. Personally, I was admitted for what they wanted to be a 5 day stay with NO explanation of what was wrong with me or treatment of my pain. I was not even admitted until 10+ hours of sitting in the ER.... the doctor had FORGOT to request a room for me!! I signed out AMA after one night and went to another hospital who told me within an hour that I had several kidney stones and prescribed me pain medicine to take home. (Which is all that can be done for stones! Why would I lay around in a hospital to pass them?!) The next month, my Grandfather (who is in his 90’s) had a bad fall. He was taken to Moore. The staff preformed and X-RAY and examined his head and told him he had a bad bump on his head, but nothing serious. He was sent home in pain. He was bed ridden for a week, could not stand or move and nothing was getting better. An ambulance took him to Scotland Memorial at this time. After a CAT scan he was informed he had a broken back, a UTI, and was severely dehydrated. He was sent to a trama center in Charlotte immediately for surgery on his back in which a rod and screws had to be placed. HOW DO YOU MISS A BROKEN BACK?! HOW DO YOU SEND A 92 YEAR OLD MAN HOME WITHOUT HELPING HIS PAIN OR AT LEAST GIVING HIM AN IV FOR HIS DEHYRDATION?! He could have been paralyzed on the ride to the hospital or home...or even during the week he was bedridden and moved around by his family to help feed him and clean him! AT ALL COSTS...take yourself and your loved ones elsewhere! (a week ago)


Went in because of a food allergy and was wheezing for about 2 hours until the Benadryl that brought kicked in as still had not been seen in the ER so I left. They would not give me any type of steroid shot to stop the reaction unless I came in on an ambulance or passed out. (2 weeks ago)

Poor ER doctor-my mom seen one of the ER doctors and had bad bed side manners and would not run any test hardly to check her porta cath on the side of the neck is swollen to high heaven- she has cancer and how does these drs get away with treating someone like they are nothing....disgusts me!! Pathiatic!! (3 months ago)

Bad service and bad staff. Went to the er with severe abdominal pain waited for hours in the waiting room and once I got in the room i called for my nurse but they didn't come and I got misdiagnosed they said it was nothing so I went to UNC and I had to be rushed into surgery for appendicitis would not recommend this hospital to anyone (4 months ago)

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