July

Arjun Deb wins New Scholar Award in Aging from Ellison Medical Foundation

Arjun Deb, M.D., an assistant professor in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, has received a 2008 New Scholar Award in Aging from the Ellison Medical Foundation.

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200 UNC doctors listed among the state’s best for 2007-2008

Two hundred UNC physicians have been named among the state’s best doctors on BusinessNC.com, the Web site of Business North Carolina magazine.

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UNC Health Care, Piedmont Health Services partner to provide a high-quality, cost-effective system of care for the uninsured

UNC Health Care, the UNC School of Medicine and Piedmont Health Services have agreed to work together to create a high-quality cost effective system of care for the uninsured that gives patients access to a medical home, care coordination, medications, and access to diagnostic and specialty services in a timely manner.

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UNC Health Care, Chatham Hospital sign letter of intent for hospital purchase

Representatives of the UNC Health Care System and Chatham Hospital have signed a letter of intent for UNC Health Care to purchase the 25-bed critical access facility in Siler City, N.C., for $11.3 million.

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UNC study ties ending moderate drinking to depression

Scientific evidence has long suggested that moderate drinking offers some protection against heart disease, certain types of stroke and some forms of cancer. But new research shows that stopping drinking – including at moderate levels – may lead to health problems including depression and a reduced capacity of the brain to produce new neurons, a process called neurogenesis.

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Five specialties at UNC Hospitals ranked among nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report

Five medical specialties offered at the University of North Carolina Hospitals rank among the top 50 programs of their kind nationwide in U.S. News’s 2008 publication of America’s Best Hospitals, accessible today online at www.usnews.com/besthospitals and on sale at newsstands Monday, July 14.

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