Our Values & Mission


To improve the health and well-being of the community by providing high-quality, affordable, and comprehensive primary health care.


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

Our Culture

By consistently following and demonstrating these core principles amongst our patients and our care team, we support the people of our communities in a compassionate, supportive way.

Shared Commitment

Espouse a shared investment in each other, the organization and its mission, the process, the plan and the goal.


Encourage intentional and authentic teamwork, understanding the contributions each individual and department makes to the success of Piedmont Health and it’s patients and partners.  Encourage collaborative efforts at every level and across all activities in the organization.

Open Communication

Foster bi-directional, honest, and clear communication without fear of retaliation.


Aim to be broadly reflective and representative of all people, Piedmont health communities, disciplines, and ideas. Each employee contributes to the organization’s success, and shares the responsibility to serve.


Pursue the highest ethical standards and honesty when dealing with patients, visitors, associates, partners, and the communities where Piedmont Health has an impact.

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