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Iredell Health System Welcomes New Chaplain
Allison “Bubba” Simmons is just a few weeks into her new role as chaplain at Iredell Memorial Hospital, but she is quickly becoming a familiar face on campus. As Director of Pastoral Care, she’s a resource for patients, families and ...
New Vice President to Lead Iredell Physician Network
Iredell Health System is pleased to welcome Harold Brown, MBA, CMPE, as the new vice president of the Iredell Physician Network (IPN). In this role, Brown will work with IPN stakeholders to ensure the highest level of primary and specialty care at ...
Essential Guidelines for Fireworks Safety
Thousands of Americans, many of them children, are injured each year in incidents associated with fireworks, according to the National Council of Fireworks Safety. Most of these injuries occur during the Fourth of July holiday and include serious ...
Iredell Memorial Hospital Earns Gold Plus Stroke Award
When you are experiencing a stroke, every minute matters. Fast, effective treatment can prevent serious disability or save your life. That’s why Iredell Memorial Hospital is proud to receive the American Heart Association/American Stroke ...
More Patients Eligible for Exercise Therapy at Iredell Memorial Hospital
You may brush off pains and cramps when you walk or exercise as a normal part of aging, but those aches could be signs of a serious condition. Peripheral Artery Disease, or PAD, affects one in 20 adults over 50 years old. People with PAD typically ...
Iredell Health System Honors Top Nurses
Iredell Health System is proud to announce the recipients of its Nursing Excellence Award for 2018. Mary Nance and Lisa Warren were honored at the Iredell Health System nursing awards banquet on May 7. Each year, Iredell Health System recognizes ...
Toddlers Consuming Too Much Sugar
It's well-known that Americans consume too much sugar. But that affinity for the sweet stuff starts as early as infancy, with some babies consuming added sugar that exceeds maximum levels recommended for adults, U.S. researchers report. Eating ...
Q&A: Understanding Wound Care
Chronic wounds are painful, often debilitating and potentially life-threatening, but the right medical attention can make all the difference. Modern wound care treatment is highly effective, but many people are unaware of their treatment options. ...
Iredell Health System Celebrates Healthcare Technology Management Week
(Pictured above, from left to right: Codi Nelson, Sterling Brown, Barry Heffner, Chuck Braswell, Brad Bennett) The biomedical equipment technicians (BMETs) and clinical engineers of Iredell Health System will join healthcare technology professionals ...
Speech Therapy Goes Beyond Words
Photo, From left to right: Haley Robbins, MS, CCC-SLP; Caroline Goodson, MA, CCC-SLP; Nicole Reese, MSP, CCC-SLP, Sue Johnson, MS, CCC-SLP When you think of a speech language pathologist, you probably think of someone who helps children pronounce ...
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