UNC Health Care and Alignment Healthcare launch new collaborative, population health program for Medicare beneficiaries in Wake County
The partnership will kick off with the offering of a new Medicare Advantage HMO plan for seniors in Wake County, North Carolina.
If you happen to walk through Rex Hospital in Raleigh and pass Eugene Taylor, you’ll know it.
The UNC Center for Heart and Vascular Care collaborates with specialists in the Raleigh area to provide care for the most complex heart cases. (This feature was originally published in UNC Health Care's Well Magazine, Winter 2014 issue)
Wake Heart & Vascular Associates (WHV) and Rex Heart & Vascular Specialists, two of the state’s top cardiology practices have joined forces to form North Carolina Heart & Vascular, a new physician group focused on improving access to specialized cardiovascular care for patients throughout central and eastern North Carolina with innovative treatments and research.
UNC faculty members Robert Dodge, PhD, RN, ANP, Jacqueline Gibson, PA-C, Victoria Mobley, MD, Esther Metiko, FNP and Ann Dennis, MD, work at the Raleigh-based clinic, which has over 900 patients.
Wake County Commissioners, during their regularly scheduled meeting on Oct. 15, approved an agreement with UNC Health Care that details the plan for the provision of services at Wake County’s WakeBrook Campus.
The agreement develops partnerships in important areas of medical education and health care delivery. UNC Health Care and WakeMed also have agreed to collaboration and transparency in other areas and have agreed to resolve current disputes amicably in support of an ongoing relationship.
Debt Reports Reflect Sister Hospitals’ Financial Strength, Stability
The House Select Committee on the Sale of State Assets met Monday, Jan. 23. WakeMed's CEO spoke at the hearing and answered questions from legislators. The format of the hearing did not provide an opportunity to correct information, so we have created a document to set the record straight.
Triangle Physician Network (TPN) is proud to announce the addition of Rolesville Family Practice to its existing primary care and specialty physician offerings.
The University of North Carolina Health Care System Board of Directors today voted unanimously to decline WakeMed’s proposal to purchase Rex Healthcare. WakeMed leadership was notified of the decision today.
Rex Healthcare is excited to announce the premier of new commercials - A Brand New Day! The commercials 'star' Rex patients who share their inspiring stories.
The May 21 edition of "Rex on Call" discussed how UNC Health Care and Rex Healthcare work in partnership to care for cancer patients. UNC and Rex oncologists, plus a cancer survivor, answered questions about this valuable relationship and the benefits to Wake County patients.
On Monday, May 16, 2011, UNC Health Care's Board of Directors adopted a resolution stating: "In our initial review of the correspondence received from WakeMed, this Board is of the preliminary opinion that it is not in the best interest of the citizens of the State or of Wake County for the Health Care System to sell its interest in Rex."
UNC Pediatric Pulmonology and Pediatric Allergy members provided asthma education to Wake County residents and shared information about the asthma services offered in the NC Children’s Specialty Clinic in Raleigh.
The study found that there are significant benefits of Tai Chi for individuals with all types of arthritis, including fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis, said Leigh Callahan, PhD, lead author.
The campus directors will work with AHEC clerkship directors based at the UNC School of Medicine and with UNC’s Office of Medical Education and other UNC faculty to sustain and improve medical student education at each of the sites.
Ana Caicedo, who suffered a traumatic head injury at age 12, says she has "arrived at good health because of acupuncture" at UNC. In this video, she tells her story.
For 54 of his 58 years, Jack Newmann of Cary, N.C. has lived with Type I diabetes and its consequences, but he hasn’t stopped living.
A new study seeking to improve scientists’ understanding of breast cancer, including why the disease’s fatality rate is higher in African-American women, is getting underway in 44 counties in North Carolina.