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Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center Foundation launches campaign to improve behavioral health
Thursday, February 06, 2020 (179 reads)

BOLIVIA, N.C. ― Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center Foundation has launched its campaign, “A Path Forward,” to raise money for behavioral health initiatives to benefit Brunswick County. The campaign seeks to raise funds to better provide treatment, outreach programs and community education addressing behavioral health.

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Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation grants Susan G. Komen $75,000 for regional breast cancer study
Wednesday, February 05, 2020 (259 reads)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation recently granted $75,000 to Susan G. Komen Charlotte to study community-level gaps and opportunities in breast cancer care delivery. The two-year study, funded in part by Novant Health, has a long-term goal to reduce breast cancer mortality by addressing disparities and health inequities in underserved communities.

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New family nurse practitioner joins Novant Health Oceanside Family Medicine - Bolivia
Wednesday, February 05, 2020 (147 reads)

BOLIVIA, N.C. – Novant Health is pleased to welcome Mary Crichton, family nurse practitioner, to Novant Health Oceanside Family Medicine - Bolivia. Crichton joined the clinic in January and is accepting new patients.

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Novant Health launches comprehensive awareness campaign to improve overall health & wellness
Tuesday, February 04, 2020 (344 reads)

Yearlong challenges will help participants create and sustain habits that lead to a healthier, younger heart age

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. ― Novant Health today announced a yearlong wellness campaign, challenging participants to take their health to heart in 2020. Three out of 4 U.S. adults are living with a predicted heart age that is older than their actual age, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This means they are at a higher risk for heart attacks and stroke. Yet, about 80% of heart disease is preventable with diet and lifestyle changes.

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