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FLU RESTRICTIONS (Effective January 8): Due to a steady increase in flu cases in our community and in our hospitals, children age 12 and younger should not visit people in Cone Health hospitals. Get the Details
Here is what went into the $100 million Women's & Children's Center
Cone Health wants to know what potential users think of the move to its new Women’s & Children’s Center. It is recruiting for a maternity advisory council.
The new Cone Health Women’s & Children’s Center at Moses Cone Hospital will open Sunday, Feb. 23, 2020.
Cone Health honors Women's Hospital volunteers at a luncheon. They provided an estimated $1.5 million in goods and services for our patients last year.
Annie Penn Hospital, The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, Wesley Long Hospital and Women’s Hospital have achieved the Healthgrades 2019 America’s 250 Best Hospitals Award™.
Women's Services addition at Moses Cone Hospital will officially be called “Cone Health Women’s & Children’s Center at Moses Cone Hospital.”
Early registration for the 26th Annual Women’s Only 5K Walk & Run ends Sept. 12. Starting Sept. 13, the registration fee increases $10 to $40.
Parents at Women’s Hospital can receive a starter kit that includes a “baby box.” The boxes are believed to reduce the chances of sudden infant death syndrome.
Registration for this year’s Women’s Only 5K Walk & Run is now open. The Women’s Only takes place Saturday, Oct. 6, at Women’s Hospital in Greensboro.
Man becomes first "NICU Manny." Grandfather works with babies in neonatal intensive care unit of Women's Hospital.