Cone Health is a private, not-for-profit, healthcare delivery system based in Greensboro, North Carolina. It includes Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital , Wesley Long Hospital , Women's Hospital, and Cone Health Behavioral Health Hospital all located in Greensboro. The Cone Health network also includes Alamance Regional Medical Center, Annie Penn Hospital, MedCenter High Point, MedCenter Kernersville, MedCenter Mebane, and a wide range of Cone Health Medical Group physician practices.
The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, the flagship of the system, opened in 1953 on 63 acres near downtown Greensboro. Bertha Cone established it in honor of her husband, Moses H. Cone. Moses Cone was a textile magnate and founder of Cone Mills.
Cone Health is active in cardiology, neuroscience, oncology, rehabilitation and obstetrics. In January 2005, the health system became the first five-hospital system in the Southeast to be awarded the Magnet Recognition for Nursing Excellence, a grade of approval for quality nursing care.
In 2014, The Cone Health, listed as The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, was ranked as one of the best hospitals for 2014–15 in North Carolina by U.S. News & World Report.
In August 2020, Cone Health announced its intent to merge with Norfolk, VA-based Sentara Healthcare.
Highest paying job titles at Cone Health include Family Medicine Physician, Assistant Director, Nursing, and Internal Medicine Physician