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Distilling our brand promise - We’re Right Here With You - into three simple, but powerful words: “We’re with you” conveys a promise, an invitation, partnership, hope and so much more. In essence, we are communicating that no matter where you are in your health journey—from an elite athlete in her prime to an elderly man facing a heart condition—you can count on Cone Health for care and support. 

We’re with wellness.
With the idea that how you treat yourself is just as important as how well you’re treated.
With starting a dialogue before reaching a diagnosis.
We’re with change. Gradual and radical.
Like figuring out how to improve the health of our community with reducing the cost of care.
We’re with equality.
With caring as much for a young boy with a case of the sniffles as a recovering stroke patient.
We’re with breakthroughs.
With tiny cameras that can bring huge sighs of relief.
With eyes wide open and valves unshut.
We’re with urgency when needed. With deliberate when required.
We’re with three servings of vegetables to lower your blood pressure
and two scoops of rocky road to lift your spirits.
We’re without judgment.
Without prejudice.
Without hesitation.
We’re with family.
With friends.
With 1 million neighbors.

Cone Health. We’re w/you

Patient Stories

  • Cone Health Responds Swiftly to Burlington Boil Water Advisory

    With no interruption to patient care, Alamance Regional Medical Center continues to provide safe and exceptional service to the Alamance County community.
    July 16, 2021
  • Sabrina Howard

    Health Makeover Saves Life

    Numbers tell the story—and they were all bad.
    May 28, 2021
  • Bwana Lloyd

    Homeless Yet Hopeful: Cone Health Offers Helping Hand

    Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bwana Lloyd lost her job as a hairdresser, ended her engagement and found herself without a place to call home. Thanks to Cone Health and community foundations, Bwana has been able to access the free preventative, routine and ongoing care she needs to stay healthy.
    January 28, 2021
  • Melvin Burnett

    Weight Loss Surgery: Melvin Burnett's Journey

    “I didn’t want to die, to make my son an orphan and my wife a widow,” Melvin Burnett says. “I became determined not to allow disease to cripple me like it had crippled my father. I felt God telling me to make a change.” With help from the Cone Health Bariatric Weight Loss Program
    January 7, 2021