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Third-year medical student Caitlin Durr was wearing a white coat in 90-degree heat at noon on Friday, but she still had goosebumps.
Laupus Library Interlibrary Loan Supervisor Carrie Forbes is the recipient of the 2016 Mid-Atlantic Chapter (MAC) Award for Outstanding Health Sciences Library Paraprofessional from the Medical Library Association (MLA)
More trained healthcare workers will enter the workforce thanks to Beaufort County Community College's Registered Medical Assistant program
The way East Carolina University's medical students serve the communities of North Carolina is earning international recognition for the Brody School of Medicine
Thanks to President Barack Obama's debut as a contributor for the Journal of the American Medical Association, the "public option" has made its way back into the great health care debate
Last week, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) co-sponsored the Cannabidiol Research Expansion Act, a bill to support research initiatives on the potential benefits of substances such as cannabidiol (CBD) that are derived from marijuana
Dr. Richard Dalyai, a board certified cerebrovascular neurosurgeon, joined Vidant Neurosurgery, located at 2325 Stantonsburg Road, on Aug. 8.
The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University and Vidant Medical Center welcome two new vascular surgeons who join a team of acclaimed cardiovascular specialists, bringing a new level of expertise in caring for patients
Baby-Friendly USA, announced that Vidant Medical Center has been re-designated as a Baby-Friendly birth facility
It is with great pleasure that the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University and Vidant Medical Center welcome Dr. David A. Axelrod to their surgery faculty and staff
He Won't be With Us For Very Much Longer But He Looks So Healthy!
For students interested in becoming a Nurse Aide I (NAI) or a Registered Medical Assistant (RMA), Beaufort County Community College is offering a prerequisite class is designed to explore both career pathways
The East Carolina Heart Institute at Vidant Medical Center has received the highest quality rating from The Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS) for Coronary Artery Bypass and Aortic Valve surgeries in 2015
Brian Floyd, president of Vidant Medical Center, has been confirmed to serve a five year membership appointment to the North Carolina Institute of Medicine (NCIOM)
Governor Pat McCrory signed legislation today that allows disabled veterans to park in a handicapped parking space upon displaying a Partially Disabled Veteran special license plate which is administered by the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) joined Senators Brian Schatz (D-HI), Orrin Hatch (R-UT), and Chris Coons (D-DE) to introduce the Marijuana Effective Drug Studies (MEDS) Act of 2016
The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University and Vidant Medical Center have appointed two acclaimed specialists to key leadership positions. Drs. Blase Carabello and Andy Kiser bring international experience and a new level of expertise in cardiovascular care to the East.
Patients seeking surgical options at Vidant Medical Center (VMC) for severe obesity and its related conditions have a high-quality choice for receiving treatment at a nationally-accredited program that meets the highest standards for patient safety and quality of care.
In a study recently published by a national medical journal, physicians at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University (ECU) and Vidant Medical Center (VMC) demonstrate how a new type of technology is helping them diagnose lung cancers earlier.
Four students graduated from Beaufort County Community College's medical laboratory technology program on May 11, 2016
Due to the decrease in flu activity and viral respiratory illnesses, Vidant Health is lifting the temporary visitor restrictions for those 12 and younger visiting James and Connie Maynard Children's Hospital at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville.
Radio listeners will have a chance to brighten the world for hospitalized children during the 19th annual "Music for Miracles" radiothon April 8-10 on 107.9 WNCT
Summary: In my 80s, I will need a place to stay when not in the hospital. I will have VA benefits to pay some rent when my net worth drops below the required limit. A reverse mortgage might make sense.
Dr. Octavian Belcea thinks of himself as a medical throwback, the friendly family doctor who practices old-fashioned, comprehensive treatment of his patients and their families.
Virginia may advance reforms in its Certificate of Public Need licensing laws for medical services as early as this week, if a bill removing anti-competition rules for hospitals passes the state's House, making it eligible for consideration by the Senate.
More military veterans are choosing to make North Carolina their home, thanks, in part, to efforts by Governor Pat McCrory to make North Carolina the most veteran friendly state in the nation.
This past Monday evening, I spoke on a panel at Wake Forest University's School of Law on whether North Carolina should expand Medicaid, the medical assistance program originally designed for low-income parents, children, elderly, blind, and disabled. Despite the enthusiastic, overwhelmingly...
Walk into the Pitt County Care Clinic on any given Sunday afternoon and you will see a group of enthusiastic yet nervous medical students huddled together, chatting to ease their nerves. Each of them is ready to experience their first dose of patient interaction.
Last year, the American people were horrified to learn about the widespread systematic failures within the Veterans Affairs health care system, with many veterans being forced to wait months to see medical providers. Some VA facilities were so grossly mismanaged that veterans died as a result.
Obamacare's third annual enrollment period for health insurance is officially underway
The excessive amount of government intervention that has been entrenched in our nation's health care system is curiously pushing medical providers to channel this negative energy into positive solutions - ones in which physicians are either scaling back or cutting off their relationships...
The medical code overkill is now here. After a four-year delay, the US health care system has crossed over to an updated medical diagnosis coding system endorsed by the World Health Organization (WHO), formally known as the tenth edition of the International Classification of Diseases, or ICD-10.
In its largest ever donation, The Service League of Greenville has pledged $2 million to Vidant Medical Center Foundation to help build the new cancer center and bed tower currently under construction on the Vidant Medical Center campus. This contribution to the new facility, which is set to open...
In the series "Cut This, Go Home," several items that should have been eliminated from the budget were highlighted to facilitate the budget's passage and to enable legislators to go home sooner.
Health care policy decisions usually come as federal dictates, so it's a rare opportunity when state legislators have full authority to grant North Carolinians more freedom over their health care options.
Eighty students were donned with white coats and officially welcomed to the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University in an Aug. 14 ceremony that celebrated the privileges and responsibilities associated with a medical education.
The clinical practice of the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University has been recognized for significantly improving patient care through the use of their electronic medical record system.
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