This month’s Real Medicine story is about a second year medical student at UNC named Kate Magee. A Raleigh, N.C. native, she’s also the recipient of an Albert Schweitzer fellowship.
Learn more about the UNC School of Medicine and our vital role in the state and nation in this new whiteboard video. We encourage you to share the video with your friends and colleagues around the state.
Lauren Georges, an RN in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at North Carolina Children's Hospital, rescues these animals who've been injured or orphaned, and raises them to be released once again into the wild.
In his day job, Darrick Woods is a nurse manager on the emergency services transitions unit at UNC Hospitals. But since 1993, Darrick's off-hours have led him to the Dean Dome, where he serves on the security detail for Carolina men's basketball.
Dr. Oliver Adunka, an ENT surgeon at UNC Health Care, was able to get Dac Carpenter into a clinical trial that installed a sound bridge in one ear. That allows Dac to hear just like he did before he was injured.
This summer, the Medical Education Development (MED) program celebrates 40 years of teaching. Sponsored by the Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, Health Careers Opportunities Program, and the State of North Carolina, MED is designed to increase opportunities in the health professions for individuals who demonstrate educational promise and commitment to a health career but who have lacked opportunity to reach their educational goals.
A Rockingham County woman gets a second double-lung transplant on her 51st birthday, allowing her to breathe without the use of an oxygen tank for the first time in 20 years.
Yvonne Josephson, a nurse at High Point Regional Hospital, lost her husband unexpectedly. Because of his chronic illness, they decided not to have children. But then Yvonne was introduced to Eppi and the beginning of a sweet and tender relationship began.
If you happen to walk through Rex Hospital in Raleigh and pass Eugene Taylor, you’ll know it.
It's hard to believe that we've been using Epic@UNC at Go-Live #1 locations for more than two months! Thanks to everyone who helped make the Go-Live successful and is helping us work through the issues we've experienced so far.
The discovery from UNC School of Medicine researchers overturns a controversial research study and offers a path for creating and testing CF treatments.
A former Chapel Hill dentist now retired in Carteret County gets a second chance at life thanks to the donation of a kidney from his adult son.
Moe Lim, MD, is a spine surgeon in the UNC Department of Orthopaedics. This video is the first in a new UNC Health Care System series called, “Real Medicine: Stories that Connect.”
"Real Medicine: Stories That Connect" is a new UNC Health Care video series. We are sharing stories that inspire, motivate, and connect the people of UNC Health Care.
View this Clean In, Clean Out video starring many of your co-workers at UNC Hospitals. And remember: five weeks left to reach our goal of 90% compliance!
A long-time nurse at UNC Hospitals and her teen-age son volunteer to cook dinner for patients and their guests at SECU Family House after being inspired by a 10-year-old boy’s commitment and action to do the same.
Dr. Brian Strahl, associate professor of biochemistry and biophysics, is featured in "Epigenetics: A Timeline" in Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News. The video spans 130 years of research.
Congratulations to Stephanie Mahin, UNC Health Care media relations and broadcast manager, and producer/videographer Nathan Clendenin and his team. Stephanie and Nathan won an Emmy Award for the video "Spartan!"
From the Outer Banks to the Blue Ridge Mountains and everywhere in between, we've met some of the finest people in the state.
Photojournalist Nathan Clendenin recounts 2013 highlights from each of these two popular video series.