UNC Health Care CEO William L. Roper and Rex Healthcare President David Strong are both included in the 2013 edition of "300 Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know," published by Becker's Hospital Review.
Rex Healthcare recently teamed up with a few Carolina Hurricanes' players on a commercial that will air throughout the hockey season. Have a look!
On June 28, 2012, Darcy Thomas’s life changed forever. With no history of heart problems, Darcy went into cardiac arrest. But thanks to her co-workers at Rex Family Practice of Wakefield and the medical staff in the Rex CCU, Darcy has made a full recovery and is back to work.
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.
The Rex Healthcare Nursing Annual Report is now available and provides an update on nursing at Rex.
Rex Healthcare needs your help in promoting its video submission in the 2012 Pink Glove Dance Competition. This quirky contest raises awareness of breast cancer by asking hospitals throughout the U.S. and Canada to submit a video of their employees wearing pink gloves and showing their best dance moves.
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.
This week the UNC/Rex partnership website (www.uncrexpartnership.com) was updated to include some of the reasons we declined WakeMed’s proposal to purchase Rex.
UNC Hospitals and Rex Healthcare were named among the top 100 hospitals for patient experience by Women Certified, an organization that brands itself “The Voice of Female Consumers.”
Today (Sept. 22, 2011), Dr. Roper and other UNC Health Care System leaders are speaking in Raleigh at a meeting with the House Select Committee on State-Owned Assets. This committee was formed by the N.C. House of Representatives to review state assets such as roads, land, hospitals and other state-owned property in response to the state budget shortfall.
N.E.D. is an alternative rock band. Two of its members are UNC gynecologic oncologists, Drs. John Soper and John Boggess. N.E.D., which stands for No Evidence of Disease, is on a mission to raise awareness and support for women with cancer.
For the past 13 years, Carolina Parenting Inc., which owns Carolina Parent, Charlotte Parent and Piedmont Parent, has recognized North Carolina companies with strong commitments to work-life balance. Both UNC Health Care and Rex Healthcare were among the 50 North Carolina companies recognized in 2011.
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.
UNC Hospitals ranked #1 among Triangle hospitals in nine of the 10 categories of the latest Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Provider Systems (HCAHPS) survey. We operate in a very competitive health care market, so this is truly a great accomplishment.
A Special Committee of the University of North Carolina Health Care System Board of Directors held its second meeting Monday, July 11, to continue its review of WakeMed’s proposal to purchase Rex Healthcare.
UNC and Rex have created a new website to share the facts about our relationship and service to people throughout the state and here in our community.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC) and UNC Health Care have reached a multi-year agreement for the health care system to continue to serve BCBSNC’s customers.
A Special Committee of the University of North Carolina Health Care System Board met today to begin its review of the WakeMed proposal to purchase Rex Healthcare.