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NOTICE: Due to a recent rise in flu cases, children 12 and younger are restricted from visiting hospitals across the Cone Health network. Learn more.

Upcoming Events

  • Feb
    27
    Monday
    6:15 PM - 7:45 PM
    FREE Pap Smear Screening for all women who cannot afford to see their physician. Screening is open to all women who are 21 years of age and older, who are currently sexually active or have been sexually active, have never had a pap smear or have not had a pap smear within the last 3 years. To register please call 336-832-8000.
  • Feb
    28
    Tuesday
    6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    Learn your options related to weight loss surgery.
  • Mar
    1
    Wednesday
    6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    Please join us as Andrea Hernandez-Gonzalez, MD, discusses Anxiety Disorders: When Worry Gets Out of Control.
  • Mar
    1
    Wednesday
    7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    In this course bathing, diapering,swaddling and more will be practiced with doll models. Also teaches basic infant safety and infant CPR.

Wellness Matters

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Inspiring Stories

  • Inspiring Stories of Hope: Gale Bohley

    Breast cancer survivor Gale Bohley shares how her church family and medical team provide support for her journey.

  • Inspiring Stories of Hope: Mary Ann Hopkins

    "Each woman's journey is different," says survivor Mary Ann Hopkins.

  • Inspiring Stories of Hope: Wendi Cash

    “No matter what your diagnosis, you are still you and you are beautiful,” says Wendi Cash.

  • Inspiring Stories of Hope: Millie Schumpert

    Breast cancer survivor Millie Schumpert was touched by the care she received, so she now helps other patients by volunteering.

  • Inspiring Stories of Hope: Amber Lowe

    East Carolina University student Amber Lowe was motivated to fight breast cancer so she could pursue her dream of becoming a nurse midwife. 

    Hear more patient stories

Decision Points

Our interactive Decision Points guide you through making key health decisions by combining medical information with your personal information.

You'll find Decision Points to help you answer questions about: