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Maps and Directions

Scotland Health Care System
500 Lauchwood Drive
Laurinburg, NC 28352

View a Campus Map of the hospital campus and all Three Floors of the hospital.

View a Campus Map with Practices to see the location of many of the medical practices in proximity to Scotland Memorial Hospital.

Driving Instructions:

  • Traveling North on Highway 401, veer right on 401 Business (Main St.). At the first traffic light (intersection of Main & Lauchwood) turn right onto Lauchwood Drive. Hospital on left 1/4 mile.
  • Traveling South on US 401/15/501 Bypass: Continue past Jameson Inn to next traffic light. Turn left at light and right at next traffic light (Main Street). Turn left at first traffic light (Lauchwood Drive). Hospital on left 1/4 mile.
  • Traveling East on Highway 74 Bypass: Exit onto 501 South Caledonia Rd.) Right on 501, to first road on the right (Lauchwood Drive). One block, through next intersection, Hospital on right.
  • Traveling West on Highway 74 Bypass: Exit on 501 South (Caledonia Road). Turn left on 501 to first road on the right (Lauchwood Drive). One block, through next intersection, Hospital on right.


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Patient Rights and Responsibilities

The following links provide an explanation the right our patients have when they receive care at one of our facilities.

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At Scotland Health Care System, we believe your care should line up with your health goals and values at each stage of your life. In good health and in sickness, we want to make sure we respect and meet your needs.

Advance directives are forms you fill out to tell others the kind of medical care you want. They are helpful if something happens to you, and you can’t speak for yourself. Through advance directives, you can make legally valid decisions about your future medical care. Work with your doctor, your healthcare team and loved ones to make choices that are right for you. Read more about advance directives.

There are several types of advanced directives. Click on the name of the directive to see the form. Fill out the form and share it with your primary care doctor or other healthcare provider.

Health Care Power of Attorney: This allows you to name another person to make medical decisions for you if you become unable to make them for yourself. You can include instructions about any treatment you want or do not want, such as artificial nutrition and hydration. You can draw up a Health Care Power of Attorney with or without the advice of a lawyer.

Living Will: This is a document where you can tell your doctor when to stop life-sustaining treatments and let you die naturally. A living will is used when you can no longer make your own decisions, when you are terminally ill with no hope of recovery, and when the use of life-sustaining treatments would only prolong the process of dying.

Privacy Notice

The privacy policy describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information.  Please click here for more information.

Medical Records

Scotland Health Care System is committed to ensuring the privacy and security of patient health information. Copies of your medical records can be sent to your physician or to another hospital without charge. Written consent and a copy of a photo ID are required to release copies of medical records to patients and we ask your understanding in allowing time for the record request to be completed. Physician offices requesting medical records, please fax a signed authorization to 910-276-7342.

You Can Now Access Your Medical Records Online with MyScotlandHealth
Access your MyScotlandHealth here.

Health Information Management Office

  • Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  • Main Line: (910) 291-7620
  • Closed Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays

Medical Record Request Hours:

  • Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
  • Closed Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays