Coastal Carolinas Health Alliance

Established in 1991 as a way to build stronger peer relationships among hospitals along the coast of North Carolina, Coastal Carolinas Health Alliance has grown into one of the top hospital alliances in the country. Now serving a population of approximately one million people living in North and South Carolina, Coastal Carolinas Health Alliance aims to improve the health and wellness of those residing within our region through collaborative efforts.

Owned entirely by our member hospitals, our Mission, Vision, and Values are the guiding principles that hold our organization together and foster its continued strength.


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Alliance Day 2020 Message: “Celebrating 30 Years”

Although we cannot meet for our annual Alliance Day event this year, Coastal Carolinas Health Alliance (CCHA) would like to share this message celebrating our amazing members throughout the region. Our organization turns 30 this year, and we want to mark the occasion by recognizing the spirit of collaboration and innovation that has characterized this organization and its members for the past three decades.

See the video here.

CCHA/CCHIE 2020 Annual Report

As we wrap up 2020, we would like to share a snapshot of our organizations’ major initiatives and milestones through our Annual Report. You can access the report here.

Latest News

CCHA and CCHIE included in Intalere’s 2020 Best Practices Compendium

JUNE 24, 2020 – Coastal Carolinas Health Alliance’s C.A.R.E.S. program as well as Coastal Connect Health Information Exchange were included in Intalere’s 2020 Best Practices Compendium. Read more about C.A.R.E.S. (page 9) and CCHIE (page 28) by visiting the link below:

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CCHA Receives Grant for Providing Care to Region’s Underserved

JUNE 15, 2020 – Coastal Carolinas Health Alliance (CCHA) is pleased to announce that it has received a grant from The Cannon Foundation to fund collaborative efforts around primary care for the medically underserved population in our region. The $175,000 grant award will cover the costs of purchasing a mobile unit and upfitting its interior to serve as a multi-care space. CCHA will partner with Manos Unidas, a subsidiary of Black River Health Services, to provide primary care to the target population of people who do not currently have a primary care physician or “medical home.”

Read the full press release here.


CCHA Announces New Member Hospital – Conway Medical Center

AUGUST 17, 2018 – Coastal Carolinas Health Alliance (CCHA) is pleased to announce that Conway Medical Center (CMC), a nonprofit medical center servicing Conway, South Carolina, and its surrounding communities, has joined its network of twelve member and affiliate hospitals throughout southeastern North Carolina and northeastern South Carolina.

Read full press release here.

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