How does that Journey tune go … “Don’t Stop Believing”? That could also be Karina Sequeira’s theme song. Learn how this member of Alamance Regional Medical Center’s ED patient access team received help in overcoming a financial obstacle and now has her eyes squarely focused on a promising future.
A diagnosis of infertility can be physically, emotionally, and financially draining. Which is why Jordan Moore, RN, and her husband were overjoyed to discover that her Cone Health insurance benefits provided relief on all levels. Learn more about this young family’s promising future.
It’s said that if you love your job, you’ll never work a day in your life. Pharmacy Tech Team Lead, Shayla Smith couldn’t agree more. Learn how being embraced by coworkers has given her a contagiously passionate outlook.
DeeDee Jamison has experienced both sides of the ER, as a patient following a near-fatal car crash and as a nurse seeking to provide the most compassionate care possible. Read more to be inspired by her story.
You never know where your career will take you. From her first day on the job to securing a doctorate degree in Nursing Executive Leadership through Cone Health’s scholarship fund, Monette Mabolo has found a career path with endless possibilities.
When life at home became unimaginably difficult, Allison Toland received support beyond what she ever would have expected. Learn what it really means to be “with you.”
While they work mostly behind the scenes, the world has taken notice of the crucial role played by Katherine McCormick and her fellow Medical Laboratory Technicians. Learn more about the teamwork needed to fight a pandemic.
After a 25-year career in an entirely different industry, Darren Shell joined Cone Health with certain expectations. Learn how those expectations continue to be exceeded.
A supervisor recognized James Waddell’s work ethic and leadership skills early on and gave him an opportunity to grow. More than 20 years later, he’s still on his way up and ushering along the next generation of leaders. Learn more.
You don’t have to be directly involved with patients to have an enormous impact on patients. Learn more about Chad’s critical role in stopping the spread.