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The new Angel Cancer Center works diligently to make outpatient services for both cancer and rehab patients both comfortable and conducive to quality care.  See the health alert from WLOS News 13's Jay Siltzer here.


Lawson Z. Hunley, D.O. has joined Angel Medical Center's staff of primary care physicians.  Read the full story at The Franklin Press.

Last Friday afternoon, officials from Angel Medical Center (AMC), Mission Healthcare System, and the Franklin Chamber of Commerce celebrated the opening of the Angel Cancer Center located in Franklin with a ribbon cutting ceremony.  

Read more at The Macon County News. 


Mission Health in Asheville, North Carolina, is hosting a virtual career fair on THURSDAY, SEPT. 26th, 2013 at 1:00 pm for experienced Nursing candidates.  Through this event, you will be able connect with Mission recruiters from the comfort of your home to discuss career opportunities for Experienced RNs and what it is like to work at Mission Health.

For 90 years, Angel Medical Center has served the health care needs of our growing community with a never-ending focus on quality and service.  As part of our commitment to the community and because we believe it is our duty to provide quality and compassionate care close to home, Angel Medical Center is now embarking on a major expansion project.  Construction is underway on a new facility that will include the new Angel Cancer Center.  This center will increase the number of chemotherapy infusion stations to 14 from our current 5.  In the past year alone, over 120 patients per month turned to Angel Medical Center for their chemotherapy infusions. With the North Carolina Cancer Registry reporting that there are more than 200 Maconians who are diagnosed with cancer each year, there is an ever-increasing need to treat and sustain patients through their cancer treatments.