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Cone Health Patient Care Center team is providing specialized sickle cell care beyond normal office visits. The team also providing “survival bags” for vulnerable patients
COVID-19 testing will be available at the Fairchild Community Center in Burlington. Testing will be done 8:30-11 Saturday morning. The center is at 827 S. Graham Hopedale Rd.
Silent auction, 25 ounces of silver, and insights into what running a large hospital is really like cap the 25th anniversary celebration of Alamance Regional Medical Center.
The health network takes steps to help workers cast ballots.
Cone Health Honors Top Greensboro-Area Docs The first C3 Awards are designed to recognize those pushing the boundaries for improving patient care.
Cancer patients might make it through treatment a little easier thanks to LeBleu Enterprises. The company donated 190 cases of bottled water to Cone Health Cancer Centers
Mirror-Mirror Effect Leads to Higher Breast-Feeding Numbers More Black women breast-feeding reflects more diversity in the lactation department.
Could a place once dedicated to bringing new life into the world, become a place dedicated to keeping life from ending too soon?
A dozen Cone Health medical practices have been recognized as “better performers." This is because of superior operational performance vs similar practices nationwide.
The Emergency Nurses Association has selected the work of two Cone Health MedCenter High Point emergency department nurses for their research related to pain control.