Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private


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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Above the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average


1200 N ELM ST

The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital is the largest and most comprehensive medical center in Greensboro and a surrounding a five county area.

Moses H Cone Memorial Hospital, The is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Guilford County, NC.

Moses H Cone Memorial Hospital, The does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Moses H Cone Memorial Hospital, The 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


My son went to the NUTRITIONAL AND DIABETES EDUCATION MANAGEMENT CENTER. We had a referral from our primary MD for my son being obese. To make a long story short, LAURA WATSON is rude, incompetent, and belittling. I complained about her to the office of patient experience. They responded with so many lies about my experience with Laura. I am a Doctor of Pharmacy with over 20 years experience as a hospital Pharmacist and have a great knowledge about diabetes and obesity. Laura's rudeness seemed to be a reaction to her incompetence as a dietitian. When I started asking her questions...her response was "Are you questioning my authority!!?". I will NEVER have ANYTHING to do with Cone Hospital. I will go to High Point Regional or Novant for my needs and the needs of my family. As a Pharmacist, I recommend you do the same. (a month ago)

Tried to kill my grandfather. Told him he had two weeks to live and there was nothing they could do for him. Thankfully I am in the medical field and my family and I were able to look into treatments that could save him. The hospital admitted those treatments could help him, but told us they were not equipped to provide them. They were just going to let him die instead of transfer him somewhere that could help. Luckily we were able to transfer him to UNC where they saved his life after sitting in Moses Cone for a week deteriorating nearly to the point of no return. The nurses here also allowed him to develop a bedsore. Also, my grandmother is currently sitting in their ER because they told her she needed emergency gallbladder surgery or she would likely die tonight. She has been sitting in the ER for hours. They are trying to kill her too. This place is a disgusting excuse for a hospital. (2 months ago)

My mom has numerous, reocurring medical issues and has been in and out of hospitals for years, so we've seen quite a bit of Cone. Overall, we've all be very pleased with the medical care. They have some outstanding doctors and nurses. The nurses in particular are usually very kind, helpful and knowledgeable. The biggest issue at Cone is the speed of service in the ER and ICU's and with pharmacy. If your family member is in critical care (as my mom has been a few times) then they get them right in and taken care of. If the problem is less critical, then it can take awhile to receive care. However, I think it's important to note that they are usually always very busy, so I figure the delays are for that reason. It can also take a long while for medication to be dispensed or for something to clear pharmacy as well. (Not sure why on that one) But we've been pleased with quality of care. Mom has had some difficult and challenging medical dilemmas, but the staff always did their best to figure out what was going on and provide the best care they could. She also had a brain surgery at Cone and had an excellent surgeon and nurses for that as well. While there have been some sub par staffers and instances, overall the staff is great and service is as well. (a month ago)

Waited in the ER for over 6 hours before being taken back. They don't care how long you have been there, they take patients randomly and out of order, even if it isn't a serious problem. Would recommend that you go anywhere but here. (in the last week)

I havent been there but many hospitals part of same network. Another Moses Cone group hospital has a popup warning appear on admittance screen that warns if you only have medicare for my 85 year old mom. Nurses warned her ER doctor of this - I overheard them. This is the deciding factor I believe of what treatment you receive. My sister has worked in Billing dept. All Moses Cone Group hospitals use same software. (in the last week)

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