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  • 30th Women’s Only 5K Postponed Due to Weather 9/27/2022

    A new date for the event will be announced soon.

  • Main Entrance Closing at Annie Penn Hospital 9/26/2022

    People will be redirected to other entrances into the facility.

  • Marking Pulmonary Fibrosis Awareness Month 9/26/2022

    Patients, providers and others turn a parking deck blue in downtown Greensboro.

  • The Pickleball Craze 9/26/2022

    Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the United States and can be played at Sagewell Health & Fitness.

  • Acorn Squash and the Flavors of Fall 9/23/2022

    Acorn squash is a good way to get potassium and magnesium, as well as vitamins C and B6, calcium and fiber.

  • New Location Marks 30th Women’s Only 5K Walk & Run 9/22/2022

    The route takes participants through some of the history of Greensboro and Cone Health.

  • Do You Know These 3 Key Facts About Sickle Cell Disease? 9/20/2022

    Sickle cell disease (SCD) is an inherited condition that changes the shape of red blood cells, which can prevent oxygen from spreading effectively throughout your body. SCD can lead to serious symptoms like anemia, chronic pain, tissue damage and jaundice – but with proper care and treatment, people living with sickle cell disease can manage the condition and live long, healthy lives.

  • Michael Robbins: Sharepoint Administrator 9/20/2022

    After working for a large technology company, Michael Robbins, a Cone Health SharePoint Administrator, made the shift to health care. What he found was a fulfilling career fit with plenty of opportunities to impact the lives of others and grow his skill set. See how Michael is seeking new challenges and shaping his career alongside a supportive and passionate team.

  • Roberta Bailey: Clinical Value Analysis Administrator 9/20/2022

    When both of her parents were hospitalized at Cone Health, Roberta Bailey and her family were grateful for the respect, compassion, and quality of care they received. Years later, Roberta moved to Greensboro and became a Clinical Value Analysis Administrator dedicated to providing the same positive experience for others. Learn more about where she finds the inspiration to bring her best every day.

  • Breast Cancer: A Survivor's Story and What You Should Know 9/19/2022

    Early detection saves lives. Hear one breast cancer survivor's story in this 2 Your Well-Being discussion with WFMY News 2, and support local women by signing up for the Women's Only 5K.

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