On Tuesday, Nov. 18, the UNC School of Medicine honored seven outstanding nurses with Nursing Recognition Awards.
Susan Wilson, NP, is committed to spreading the latest stroke knowledge and resources to health care workers across the country. This dedication has earned her a 2014 Raise Award from the National Stroke Association.
Effective Nov. 24, Leslie Burnside will assume the role of Vice President, System Affiliations and Network Development for UNC Health Care.
Effective Dec. 1, UNC McLendon Clinical Laboratories (MCL) Core Laboratory will assume responsibility of maternal serum QUAD and AFP testing as well as non-maternal serum AFP testing previously performed in the AFP Laboratory in the UNC Department of OB/GYN.
On-site visits from Bank of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Tire and Car Care Center, Wells Fargo Bank, Employee Benefits, Clairmont at Brier Creek Apartments, Sheraton Chapel Hill Hotel, Costco, and SunTrust.
The UNC Hospitals’ Beacon Child and Family Program is partnering with the Compass Center to collect cell phones for victims of domestic violence.
For the second time this season, the Carolina Hurricanes are offering UNC Hospitals and Faculty Physicians employees discounted tickets. These tickets make great gifts, so pre-order by Dec. 5 to have the tickets before the holidays.
The long-awaited Employee Recreation Basketball League is back and starts the first Sunday in January. Sign up a team or sign on as a free agent – deadline is Dec. 15.
Employee Recreation & Wellness is once again sponsoring "Santa Claus Calls from the North Pole" on Thursday, Dec. 11, from 6 – 8 p.m. Deadline to register your (grand)child is Dec. 8.
Come and learn about strategies for coping with the holidays after a loss.
The Influenza Immunization of Healthcare Personnel Policy (IC0062) requires vaccination or evidence of vaccination by Dec. 5. Exemptions may be granted only for medical contraindications or religious beliefs.
After 27 years of services to UNC Hospitals and UNC Health Care, Mary Beck, UNC Health Care Senior VP of System Affiliations, is retiring in January of 2015.
A number of individuals continue working to ensure we are prepared in case a potential Ebola patient presents in our Emergency Departments or one of our clinics or is transferred to UNC Hospitals.
To support the NIH BRAIN Initiative, Garret Stuber, PhD, will use a new kind of microscope to further his lab’s investigation of brain circuits related to obesity.
The Department of Public Safety is aware of and investigating threats to campus safety made overnight Wednesday, Nov. 19, on social media. Police say there is no threat to campus at this time and the University and UNC Hospitals are operating under normal conditions.
All Epic@UNC clarity reports will be unavailable during a planned downtime from 9 a.m. - noon on Saturday, Nov. 22.
October compliance results for inpatients was 93.5% overall and for outpatient/procedural areas was 92.1% overall! Read which areas performed best during October!