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Iredell Health System is a 247-bed, non-profit medical facility with approximately 260 physicians on staff. Our commitment and mission is to provide patients in Iredell and surrounding counties with exceptional medical care. Get to know more about us and the services we provide.
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Iredell Health System offers a number of resources to members of our community. If you live in Iredell County or a neighboring county, be sure to check out our events, classes, news center, magazine, and volunteering opportunities. We look forward to connecting with you!
Iredell Health System is proud to offer a number of convenient locations to better serve our community. Learn more about our different health centers, including a wound care center, outpatient surgery center, and women’s health center, and where they are located.
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