5 EMPLOYEE WELCOME GUIDE The History of Cone Health 2000 2002 2012 February 25, The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital opens to the public with 231 employees and 53 of the 310 beds in service with costs of $8 to $20 per day. The first patient, a toddler, is admitted with a respiratory infection. The Women’s Hospital of Greensboro opens as North Carolina’s first free-standing hospital dedicated solely to women and newborns. It is later renamed Women’s Hospital. Annie Penn Hospital, a 110-bed facility founded in 1930 in Reidsville, joins the Moses Cone Health System. The Moses Cone Health System Regional Cancer Center opens at Wesley Long Hospital to provide comprehensive services in cancer prevention and treatment. Today, it is called the Cone Health Cancer Center. The 80-bed Behavioral Health Center opens to provide behavioral health services to children, adolescents and adults suffering from acute psychiatric and substance-abuse conditions. The center is later renamed Behavioral Health Hospital. Cone Health Medical Group is formed with more than 400 physicians in the Triad area. MEDICAL GROUP Wesley Long Hospital joins the Moses Cone Health System. One of Greensboro’s oldest and largest private physician groups, LeBauer HealthCare, joins the Moses Cone Health System. Triad HealthCare Network was established and became a Medicare accountable care organization (in the Shared Savings Program) in 2012. 1999 1997 1990 2001 2010 Alamance Regional Medical Center officially becomes part of Cone Health. 2013 1953