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Novant now fifth largest medical group in nation

CHARLOTTE ó Novant Medical Group ranks among industry leaders as the fifth largest medical group in the nation.
In a recent report from the independent research firm of SK&A Healthcare Information Solutions, Novant was listed as having the most physician offices of any medical group in the country with a total of 303 located across the Carolinas and Virginia.
Since the report was released, Novant has grown to 361 office locations and more than 1,000 physicians.
“Physician partnership is at the heart of our success as a medical group, and we’re proud to offer such a large network of physicians committed to delivering the highest quality care,” said Dr. T. Hayes Woollen Jr., president of Novant Medical Group.
Several physician practices in Rowan County are affiliated with Novant, including South Rowan Family Practice in China Grove, Salisbury Medical Clinic, Rowan Medical Clinic, Rowan Psychiatric Associates, Rowan Medical Hospitalist Group, Central Carolina Neurology and Sleep, Presbyterian Ear, Nose, Throat & Allergy in Salisbury, Rowan Neurology, Rowan Family Physicians, RoMedical Care, Farrington Family Medical Centers in Salisbury and Faith, Mid Carolina Cardiology, Presbyterian Blume Pediatric Hematology & Oncology Clinic in Salisbury, Presbyterian Pediatric Neurology in Salisbury and Carolinas Women’s Health Associates.
The Novant group was one of 10 chosen by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to participate in a Physician Group Practice Demonstration Project to support patients with chronic conditions.
Novant Health is a not-for-profit group of hospitals that include Rowan Regional Medical Center and Presbyterian Hospitals in Charlotte, Matthews and Hunters-ville.

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