Charlotte, N.C., Jan. 27, 2016 – Novant Health Urgent Care and Occupational Medicine recently opened two new locations in the Charlotte area. Located at 11840 Southmore Dr., Suite 100 in the Waverly development, and at 445 S. Kings Dr. across from Metropolitan at Midtown, the two facilities offer a wide-range of urgent care, employer health and basic wellness services on a convenient walk-in basis.
Huntersville, NC, Jan. 27, 2016 – Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center announces the addition of radiation oncology to its existing suite of cancer services, including medical oncology, outpatient infusion, surgical oncology, cancer rehabilitation, navigation, counseling and clinical trials. The offering of radiation therapy is part of the hospital’s long-term commitment to bring comprehensive, quality cancer care to Huntersville patients in their own community.
Charlotte, NC, Jan. 27, 2016 – On Thursday, Jan. 21 at 6:30 p.m., the Physicians’ Impact Fund presented grants totaling $336,800 to eight local non-profit organizations. The presentation occurred at the Belk House, located on the Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center campus. Grant recipients included NC MedAssist, Charlotte Neuroscience Foundation, Safe Alliance, Anuvia Prevention and Recovery Center, The Relatives-NeighborCare, Ada Jenkins Center, Shelter Health Services, and the Lake Norman Community Health Clinic.
Charlotte, N.C., Jan. 25, 2016 – Novant Health Pediatrics Arboretum recently opened its doors to the public, giving south Charlotte families a new, convenient choice for pediatric health care. The clinic offers well-child visits; sick-child visits, which include same-day and next-day care; school, sports and camp physicals; all childhood immunizations and vaccinations; on-site labs and services; and prenatal appointments.
Charlotte, NC, Jan. 25, 2016 – Novant Health Infectious Disease Specialists in Charlotte now provides services for travelers heading to exotic destinations around the world where significant health risks exist. While primary care providers can offer counseling and vaccines to protect their patients for most travel outside the United States, the Infectious Disease Specialists clinic is uniquely prepared to deal with travel to Latin America, South America, Southeast Asia and Africa where typhoid, malaria, yellow fever and other diseases are often found.