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Piedmont Health Services - Chapel Hill
107 Conner Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Metro Area
Durham-Chapel Hill, NC

Facility Details

At Piedmont Health, we’re not just another hospital. We continually strive to bring a more personalized, human-centered approach to health care. Our patients expect compassionate care, attention, and commitment to quality, and we aim to deliver exactly that, to each of our patients and to our community.

As an ardent supporter of our communities, Piedmont Health proudly:

  • Provides comprehensive health care and supportive services
  • Accepts most insurance plans and offers adjustable fees based on ability-to-pay
  • Serves a high-need community (designated a Medically Underserved Area or Population) in addition to normal-risk or need populations
  • Provides PACE services through our SeniorCare locations, which are certified by CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) and the State Department of Health and Human Services

Community Details

Chapel Hill, NC

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The town of Chapel Hill is a community where a diversity of ideas, people, and opportunities converge. It is a place where its citizens feel a vitality and pride that stems from Chapel Hill's history, traditions, and unique characteristics. Nicknamed the Southern Part of Heaven; Chapel Hill was named after New Hope Chapel which stood upon a hill at the crossing of two primary roads (where The Carolina Inn currently stands). Chapel Hill is home to the University of North Carolina’s flagship campus, the first State University in the United States to open its doors. The population of 61,960 is diverse, consisting of dual-eligible Medicaid and Medicare program participants, the uninsured, and retirees. The town's transformation from a small, relatively rural, turn-of-the-century village to a thriving, cosmopolitan city has occurred since 1940, largely in concert with the development and subsequent growth of the Research Triangle Park. The Research Triangle Park, or RTP, is the largest high-tech research and development park in the United States. Chapel Hill along with Durham and Raleigh form the points of the triangle after which this exceptional research area is named. Present day reminders of Chapel Hill's history are cherished by its citizens and admired by its visitors; quiet winding streets, wooded home sites, stone walls, and small shops surrounding the city add to the charm, mystique, and small-town; atmosphere. Much of the character of Chapel Hill is due to its great natural beauty including steep wooded slopes, small streams, and tree-covered vistas. The integration of these protected natural environments with the cosmopolitan and other historical institutions, reflects the spirit of diversity and community which is Chapel Hill.