UNC Health Care’s outpatient clinics at Carolina Crossing are scheduled to open in October 2012, expanding UNC Healthway on Hwy 54 in Chapel Hill and Durham. Carolina Crossing will include ENT Physicians, the Hearing & Voice Center, as well as Ophthalmology (opening in 2013). The address for Carolina Crossing is 2226 Nelson Hwy, Chapel Hill, NC 27517.
CASTLE, a program that teaches children who are deaf to listen and talk, will host its fourth annual concert and fundraising celebration featuring Chapel Hill’s own Nomads Band on Sunday, Sept. 16, on the Green at Southern Village.
Overall, eleven specialties at UNC Hospitals were recognized as nationally ranked or high performing by U.S. News & World Report in its annual "America's Best Hospitals" issue.
Head and Neck Surgery expands services to include facial aesthetic surgery and facial aesthetic office procedures
These new procedures include Botox, Dysport and injectable fillers. Employees may be eligible for special pricing on the Obagi skin care line as well as surgical services.
Head and Neck Surgery continues to offer facial aesthetic surgery and facial aesthetic office procedures
These procedures include Botox, Dysport and injectable fillers. Employees may be eligible for special pricing on the Obagi skin care line as well as surgical services.
UNC Health Care will offer free screenings during Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week, on Wednesday, April 25, from 1 - 4 p.m. in the Ear, Nose, & Throat Clinic on the ground floor of the N.C. Neurosciences Hospital.
Even though he was born in Canada and his own father delivered world famous hockey star Wayne Gretzky, Austin Rose, who practices pediatric otolaryngology at UNC, didn't start playing hockey until he moved to North Carolina.
Dr. Myron Cohen won the Lifetime Achievement Award, Dr. Norman Sharpless, the Innovator/Researcher award, and Dr. Adam Zanation the "Rising Star" award.
Trevor Hackman, MD, UNC Department of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery, is the first head and neck surgeon in the Carolinas to have accomplished this honor.
Treatment for a benign tumor at the base of her skull helps a Sampson County native and Veteran’s Administration hospital nurse get everything else right in her head and be on alert for the unexpected blessings of life.
Amelia F. Drake, MD, a professor of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery in the UNC School of Medicine, finds a calming rhythm in rowing crew.
Congratulations to the five specialties at UNC Hospitals that were nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report in its annual "America's Best Hospitals" issue. Please read the following message from Dr. Roper.
More than 400 world-renowned clinicians and scientists converged at the George Watts Hill Alumni Center to share the latest best practices, trial results and research discoveries in the basic understanding, diagnosis and treatment of vasculitis at the 15th International Vasculitis and ANCA Workshop.
The increasing incidence was most dramatic for white females ages 18 to 44. They had a percentage change of 111 percent. Interestingly, the incidence decreased for African American and other racial groups.
Dr. Deepak Raj Dugar, a first-year resident at UNC Hospitals in Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, is also a Bhangra dancer. Don't know what Bhangra dancing is? Think Indian hip-hop with very traditional roots.
A team of UNC-Chapel Hill researchers has been awarded a $3.6 million grant to develop computer models that will allow physicians to predict which treatments will work best in children with upper airway problems.
Dr. Anand V. Germanwala and Dr. Adam M. Zanation have published a paper describing a surgery they performed that is believed to be the first reported clipping of a ruptured brain aneurysm through a patient's nose.
The Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences in Department of Allied Health Sciences at the UNC Chapel Hill School of Medicine has been awarded two new grants to prepare doctoral and master’s students in specialized areas of clinical practice.
When Gabrielle Gutierrez’s parents were told that the Jacksonville, NC, teen would need surgery to remove a (non-cancerous) massive tumor from her throat, they were terrified. However, Gabby was the first UNC pediatric patient to have oral robotic surgery. On Tuesday Gabby and her family returned to UNC Hospitals to 'meet' the robot.
UNC Hospitals has been ranked in four specialties in U.S. News & World Report's 2010-11 Best Hospitals. This is the 18th year in a row that UNC Hospitals has been ranked in multiple specialties.