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Presbyterian Hospital dates back to 1898. Initially located at the corner of Trade and Mint Streets, in 1903, the facilities occupied the top floor of the North Carolina Medical College, which stills stands on North Church Street. By 1917, the hospital moved into the buildings of the former Elizabeth College for Women on Elizabeth and Hawthorne Avenues, where it stands today. The faculty then presented the hospital to the Presbyterian Churches in the area, hence its name. Today Presbyterian Hospital is known as Novant Presbyterian Hospital.