FirstHealth of the Carolinas

FirstHealth of the Carolinas

PINEHURST — Many people are stressed and concerned about their health due to COVID-19. If you are a tobacco user, or someone you care about is a tobacco user, you may have the added stress of worrying about an increased risk for COVID-19.  

PINEHURST — Juanita Bethune, R.N., has been recognized as a DAISY Award winner by FirstHealth of the Carolinas. 

ROCKINGHAM — In its ongoing effort to promote and improve the overall health and wellbeing of the community it serves, FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital-Richmond invites residents of Richmond county and surrounding areas to participate in the 38th Annual Wellness Screening event.

PINEHURST — In partnership with FirstHealth of the Carolinas, the Sandhills Opioid Response Consortium is pleased to welcome 10 new peer support specialists who will help people in recovery.  

PINEHURST— While the reunion is taking on a new form in 2020, FirstHealth of the Carolinas is looking forward to celebrating “graduates” of the Clarke Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in late September. 

Good luck trying to keep up with 75-year-old Margaret Baker of Pinehurst. She is a local tennis champion. Avid swimmer. She has hiked in most Western states and parts of Canada with Jack, her husband of 56 years and best friend. Ovarian cancer was never on her agenda. 

PINEHURST — Joe Haralson, BSN, R.N., has been recognized as a DAISY Award winner by FirstHealth of the Carolinas. 

ROCKINGHAM—John Stanley Vetter, M.D., served the health care needs of generations of Richmond County residents from 1957 until his death in 2009. To honor the time and talents he gave to improving the health of the community during his time in Richmond County, his family has donated a portrait of Dr. Vetter to FirstHealth of the Carolinas.

PINEHURST — The annual 1 in 8K Run for Moore, which raises funds to benefit the Foundation of FirstHealth’s Cancer CARE Fund and the Moore Free & Charitable Clinic, is going virtual for 2020. 

PINEHURST — Back to school has taken on new meaning this year with even more worries for parents as school begins during the age of COVID-19. The school year looks a lot different across our region with some students taking virtual classes only and others a mix of in-person and online instruction.

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