Learn more about about Mission Health's continued investment in the Macon County and Franklin communities.
A Top 100 Critical Access Hospital offering inpatient services that include an intensive care unit and medical and surgical unit, Angel Medical Center, a member of Mission Health, is a a full-service, not-for-profit community hospital serving Macon and the surrounding counties. Outpatient services include a wound clinic, chemotherapy services, a full laboratory, digital mammography, CT, MRI, nuclear medicine, rehab therapy, as well as surgical and endoscopy services. The hospital also operates CarePartners Home Health & Hospice.
In spring 2017, Angel Medical announced the combination of multiple practices under the new Mission Health Center – Franklin. The expanded office space – located at 190 Riverview Street – allows for better coordination of patient resources and improved access to on-site services such as laboratory and radiology services, as well as primary care, on-demand primary care and occupational health services. Mission Health Center – Franklin includes Angel Primary Care, Mission My Care Now - Angel and Mission WorkWell. Additionally, Angel Surgical Associates will be conveniently located with the above services at a date in the near future.
In April 2017, the Mission Health Board of Directors approved a planned $43 million investment to replace Angel Medical Center’s current hospital. This extraordinary contribution is the single largest investment to the health and well-being of the Franklin community in the history of Macon County. The new, state-of-the-art Angel Medical Center facility is a key part of Mission Health’s Mission Future Ready initiative, an exceptional plan investing more than half a billion dollars regionwide to meet the future health needs of western North Carolina. To learn more about Mission Future Ready, visit missionfutureready.org.
Headlines & Happenings
Karen Gorby: Medical Technology Key to Continuous Improvement at Angel Medical Center
By Karen Gorby President and CNO, Angel Medical Center There is a tool that is carefully woven into the fabric of every aspect of patient care: technology. Medical technology touches and enhances patient lives ...View More
Karen Gorby: Bringing Excellent Heart Treatment, Rehab Services and Disease Prevention Education to Our Community
By Karen Gorby President and CNO, Angel Medical Center We most often associate February with Valentine’s Day, but there’s something else that’s special about this month. It’s American Heart Month, ...View More
As the Flu Epidemic Worsens, Your Keys to Prevention
By Courtney Mull, MD This flu season is making local and national headlines as the number of cases continues to rise. In fact, we are in the midst of the flu epidemic, with a ...View More
Karen Gorby: Turn to Angel Medical Center to Help Create a Healthier You for 2018
By Karen Gorby President and CNO, Angel Medical Center The beginning of a new year is a time when many resolve to be healthier – whether that means cooking lighter, exercising more, getting a full ...View More
Have the Flu, or Think You Do? Expert Advice on What to Do
This flu season has been particularly severe, with high number of influenza cases both here in western North Carolina and around the country. There are many steps you can take to prevent catching the ...View More
Healthcare Tips – Save Time and Money with Walk-In Care
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We’re Back In Network
As you may know, we recently announced we’re back in network with all major insurance carriers available in our region. Although we wish that we had never been out of network, we are ...View More
In the Spirit of Safety – Avoid Holiday Dangers
By Arielle Lankford Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Tis the season … for a friendly reminder about safety. With traditions, celebrations and new toys being shared, it’s important for families to be aware of potential ...View More
Karen Gorby Provides Education on Stroke and Salutes Family Caregivers
By Karen Gorby President and CNO, Angel Medical Center As we begin the holiday season – a time for family, gratitude and celebration – I want to thank you for allowing Angel Medical Center to care ...View More
Angel Medical Center Recognized by Chartis Center for Rural Health/iVantage Health as 2017 Performance Leader in Outcomes
FRANKLIN, N.C. (November 20, 2017) – Angel Medical Center, part of Mission Health, earned a 2017 Performance Leader Award in Outcomes from the Chartis Center for Rural Health and iVantage Health Analytics, which tracks rural hospital performance ...View More