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The physicians, physician assistants, nurses and other healthcare professionals of the Sea Trail Medical Center in Sunset Beach are hosting a community open house on Wednesday, November 17, from 2 to 5 p.m. The conveniently-located medical center offers services to meet your orthopaedic, obstetrical and gynecological, general surgery and primary care needs, as well as laboratory, X-ray, and mammography services.
It???s time to get some fresh air! At a free seminar on Thursday, November 18, Dr. Jeffrey Coury will share information on one of the latest breakthroughs in sinus surgery, balloon sinuplasty.
The national HealthLeaders Media organization has recognized Novant Health with the 2010 Top Leadership Teams in Healthcare Award for large hospitals and health systems. Novant representatives received the award during a national presentation on October 21, 2010 in Dallas, Texas.
CIGNA HealthCare and Novant Health announce that they have finalized a multi-year agreement that continues in-network access for CIGNA customers using Novant Health facilities in North and South Carolina.
Brunswick Community Hospital recently recognized five exceptional employees with Novant Health???s prestigious Circle of Excellence award, which recognizes employees who consistently demonstrate excellence in the hospital???s core values of compassion, teamwork, personal excellence and diversity.
Do your knees ache? If so, join Thomas Kelso, II, M.D., Ph.D., at a free seminar on Thursday, September 16, to learn about arthritis of the knees and the treatment options that may help put the spring back in your step.
At a free seminar on Friday, September 3, Dr. Eric Lescault will share information on one of the latest advancements in hip replacement surgery ??? direct anterior total hip replacement.
Brunswick Community Hospital was recently recognized as a leader in clinical quality and patient safety for its efforts to reduce the incidence of hospital-acquired infections, specifically Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA infections, which are difficult to treat if they develop.
Brunswick Community Hospital recently hosted 20 middle school students from Leland Middle, Cedar Grove Middle and Waccamaw School for MASH Camp, an interactive, two-day career program designed to introduce students to health care careers in their own community. The program was held in partnership with the South East Area Health Education Center (SEAHEC).
In the United States, one out of every three women over the age of 45 experiences some form of urinary incontinence. Also, more than 30 million women of the same age suffer from pelvic organ prolapse, or the weakening of pelvic floor muscles or tissues.
Nine local Novant Medical Group physicians have been recognized nationally for providing high quality care to patients with diabetes. In addition, three of these physicians have received recognition for providing quality care to patients who have cardiovascular disease or have experienced a stroke.
At a free seminar on Friday, June 25, Dr. Eric Lescault will share information on one of the latest advancements in hip replacement surgery ??? direct anterior total hip replacement.
Brunswick Community Hospital to Host Free Seminar Featuring Dr. Michael Heter of the Novant Urgent Care
On Thursday, June 24, Michael Heter, MD, of the Novant Urgent Care, will share recommendations for those common acute infections that affect us all ??? from colds to bronchitis to sinusitis.
At a recent volunteer appreciation banquet, Brunswick Community Hospital leaders recognized the hospital???s 59 volunteers for the nearly 10,000 hours of time they contributed to the hospital in 2009.
In the United States, nearly 740,000 people experience a stroke each year. Join Richard Crane, M.D., of Brunswick Community Hospital, at a free seminar on Thursday, May 20, to learn more about how to prevent and recognize a stroke.
Are you tired of having shoulder pain? If so, Board-Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon Michael Marushack, M.D., says you are not alone. He hears this sentiment from patients almost daily.
At a free seminar on Thursday, April 15, Dr. Thomas Garland will share information on osteoarthritis, a condition that affects more than 20 million Americans. Also known as degenerative arthritis, osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis.
The American Association for Respiratory Care has recognized Brunswick Community Hospital for quality respiratory care for the fourth consecutive year ??? placing the hospital in the top 15 percent of hospitals nationwide.
Inclusive Health Reaches Out to the Uninsured in Southeast N.C. with Representative at Brunswick Beacon Health Expo
Premium subsidy expected to draw additional applicants Get coverage through Inclusive Health, a state program offering affordable insurance to individuals with pre-existing medical conditions. In partnership with Brunswick Community Hospital, a representative from Inclusive Health will be available to provide additional information and enroll people to the program at the Brunswick Beacon Health Expo on Saturday, February 27, from 9 am to 2 pm at West Brunswick High School.
On Monday, Brunswick Community Hospital, as well as Novant Health???s other acute care hospitals in North Carolina, lifted visitor restrictions that temporarily prohibited children 18 and under from its hospitals during H1N1 and seasonal flu season.
National Weather Service Names Brunswick Community Hospital as North Carolina???s Second StormReady Hospital
The National Weather Service recently named Brunswick Community Hospital a StormReady Supporter for the hospital???s exemplary efforts in storm preparedness. Brunswick Community Hospital is only the second hospital in North Carolina to receive this prestigious recognition.
Premium subsidy expected to draw additional applicants to enrollment sessions. Get coverage through Inclusive Health, a state program offering affordable insurance to individuals with pre-existing medical conditions. Representatives from Inclusive Health are enrolling people to the program in Shallotte and Whiteville on Feb. 17 and 19, respectively. Brunswick Community Hospital is a partner in bringing this event to Shallotte.
Heart disease is the leading killer of both men and women in the United States, but there???s good news too with advancements being made rapidly in prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the disease. In honor of Heart Month, join J.L. Aldrich, MD, and Chris Ellis, MD, to learn how you can protect one of your most precious assets ??? your heart.
Headaches, cough, nasal congestion???these are just a few of the symptoms of sinusitis, more commonly known as a sinus infection. At a seminar on Thursday, January 21, Dr. Jeffrey Coury will outline the causes and treatments of sinusitis, and he will offer helpful tips for those who suffer from sinusitis most often.