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Free Access to Telehealth Services Through Storm

**If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911.**   September 17 – Updated 3:30 pm Atrium Health – Atrium Health is waiving the regular fee for Virtual Visits completed in North Carolina and South Carolina, starting September 13. Patients will need to use

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Hospital Phone Service Affected by Storm in Many Areas

September 17, 2018 – Updated 1:30 PM ET First Health –  Phone service to all their locations has been restored. Onslow Memorial – Phone service is still out to their facility. See more information here. New Hanover Regional – Phone service has been restored.

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News Release: North Carolina’s hospitals and health systems stand ready and prepared to care

Cary, NC – September 13, 2018 – As Hurricane Florence nears landfall, North Carolina’s hospitals are activating emergency command centers, stocking supplies and preparing to house staff and patients through the storm. Preparedness is a top priority for hospitals and health systems, on

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Iredell Nurse Steps Up to Help Patient in Need

Sept. 5, 2018 “I believe everything fell into place at the right time, in the right place, and with the right people.” Statesville, NC – Going above and beyond is part of who Keisha Brown is as a person. A mother, wife and

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NC General Assembly passes major update to mental health law

Coalition-endorsed reforms aim to improve right care, right place for those in crisis Raleigh, NC – June 14, 2018 – North Carolina lawmakers today approved an overhaul of a significant portion of the state’s mental health law regarding involuntary commitment (IVC) of individuals

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News Release: NCHA Partners with DHHS on Innovation to Address the Opioid Crisis

$1.37 million grant will support pilots at six hospitals across the state Winston-Salem, NC – May 9, 2018 – Today the North Carolina Healthcare Association (NCHA) and the NC Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) announced grant awards to six North Carolina hospitals

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Winter illnesses prompt increased precautions at North Carolina hospitals

A busy flu season and winter illnesses are increasing emergency department and physician office visits as well as hospitalizations across our state. Many North Carolina hospitals are reporting higher than usual occupancy rates and announcing restrictions on hospital visitors to protect patients’ health

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NCHA partners with emergency physicians, pharmacists on opioid management guidelines

In 2016, North Carolina’s emergency departments treated more than 4,100 opioid overdoses, an average of 11 per day.  As part of its ongoing commitment to help address the behavioral health crisis in our state, NCHA convened front-line providers to develop new guidelines to

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