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CHARLOTTE, N.C. – In an effort to overcome vaccine hesitancy, Novant Health is partnering with Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles to encourage all community members to get vaccinated as soon as supply allows. The announcement follows recent national polling that shows a large number of citizens will opt out of getting vaccinated, citing concerns ranging from the vaccine being rushed to the vaccine having ulterior motives to its inequitable distribution.
BOLIVIA, N.C. – Novant Health is pleased to welcome Tiffany “Hope” Tyson, board-certified family nurse practitioner, to Novant Health Oceanside Family Medicine & Convenient Care in Shallotte, North Carolina. Tyson joined the clinic in December.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Novant Health has named Angela Yochem as executive vice president and chief transformation and digital officer. Yochem has served as the health system’s executive vice president and chief digital and technology officer since 2017. In this expanded role, Yochem will continue to lead digital products and services while assuming additional responsibilities related to transformational growth initiatives for the system.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Kim Henderson has been named as an Executive in Residence for Queens University McColl School of Business. Henderson currently serves as system chief of staff to the CEO and senior vice president of executive leadership development at Novant Health. She graduated with her MBA from the McColl School of Business in 2012.