Quick Facts

Mission Hospital is:

  • The regional referral center for western North Carolina and the adjoining region
  • Accredited by The Joint Commission
  • Not-for-profit
  • An independent community hospital
  • The hub of Mission Health System
  • Operating under a Certificate of Public Advantage (COPA) issued by the state of North Carolina

General Information

History

Mission Hospital was formed when St. Joseph's Hospital and Memorial Mission Medical Center started an organizational partnership in 1996.  This partnership was followed by a full merger on October 27, 1998, when St. Joseph's Hospital was purchased from the Sisters of Mercy by Memorial Mission Medical Center.  Today these hospitals are part of the Mission Health System.