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Asheville Tourist Game

The Team Member Activities Committee hosted Pardee Night at McCormick Field Friday, Aug. 3. Over 350 Pardee employees and their families came out to cheer on the Tourist. Despite a rainy beginning it was an impressive turnout. Team Members that attended wore their I AM PARDEE t-shirts. Pat Ashe and Scrubs threw the first pitch, kicking off a night of fun for everyone. Fireworks ended a great evening at the ball field.   [gallery orderby="rand"]

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Need a physician?

If you are looking for a provider for you and your family's health, here is a list of Pardee physicians taking new patients.  Visit PardeeSelect to learn more about these physicians.

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Pardee physicians push back on ranking issue

"Pardee Hospital's physicians, other bedside care staff and staff members are working on several fronts to raise the hospital's patient satisfaction scores, physicians told the hospital Board of Trustees during its June meeting. Dr. Peter Goodfield narrated a slide presentation that showed Pardee's scores on the patient satisfaction measures released by Medicare. Goodfield, chairman of the hospital's Performance Improvement Committee, made the presentation in response to recent coverage showing that Pardee ranked low in patient satisfaction," reports Hendersonville Lightning. To read full story click here.

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The Wellness Center at Pardee Hospital :: Can't be beat

We saw a great letter to the Times-News this morning and wanted to share it. The link is here. "CAN'T BE BEAT': The Wellness Center at Pardee Hospital has to be one of Henderson County's best-kept secrets..."

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Pardee Hospital and Park Ridge Health partner with The Blood Connection

Pardee Hospital and Park Ridge Health have partnered with The Blood Connection and will begin blood collections in Henderson County this summer. “Pardee Hospital is pleased to be working with The Blood Connection and we feel that it’s a good way to maintain a safe and cost-effective blood supply that will be available to the residents of Henderson County. I’m hopeful that our community will continue to support our blood drives and help keep blood donations local for those who need it,” said Jay Kirby, Pardee Hospital President and C.E.O. “We are excited to join Pardee Hospital in partnering with The Blood Connection,” said Jimm Bunch, President and C.E.O. of Park Ridge Health. “The Blood Connection is widely recognized as a state-of-the-art organization with an outstanding legacy of community service, providing health care partners with a consistent, safe and cost-effective supply.” Both organizations say they are confident that partnering with The Blood Connection will offer the community the best patient care possible. The Blood Connection was founded in 1979 and is the largest independently managed, non-profit community blood center in its region. The Blood Connection’s Biologics Processing Center provides in-house testing, while its Immunohematology Reference Laboratory enables specialists to quickly solve blood compatibility challenges that often took more time in the past. Partners with The Blood Connection benefit from service fees that are among the lowest in the country.

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