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Discount drug card sparks debate over government role [Winston-Salem Journal, N.C.]

Mar24

March 25Advocates call a drug-discount card program a cost-saver for people without health insurance, but some local druggists are calling it a way for pharmacy giant CVS to steal their customers.The debate came before the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners on Thursday, with commissioners splitting on whether the county should go ahead or hold back […]

Two tobacco products free of FDA oversight [Winston-Salem Journal, N.C.]

Mar23

March 24How dissolvable tobacco products are made could determine whether or not they fall under the jurisdiction of the Food and Drug Administration.Star Scientific Inc., a maker of dissolvable tobacco lozenges, announced Wednesday that it received an FDA notice saying that two of its products are not subject to regulations in the federal Food Drug […]

EDITORIAL: New psych unit at Forsyth Medical Center will provide much-needed care for older adults [Winston-Salem Journal, N.C.]

Mar21

March 22Forsyth Medical Center’s 11-bed geriatric unit for psychiatric patients 55 and older is a welcome addition, especially at a time when the state’s system of mental-health care is seriously flawed.The new unit, created by reorganizing beds for people with behavioral and mental-health issues, will provide doctors, nurses and counselors who are specially trained in […]

New Kernersville hospital hopes to grow through word-of-mouth [Winston-Salem Journal, N.C.]

Mar16

March 17KERNERSVILLE The new hospital in Kernersville expects to gain the bulk of its business the old-fashioned way earning it through word of mouth among Forsyth and Guilford county residents.Kernersville Medical Center, which officially opened Wednesday, will have its first elective surgical procedures taking place this morning. There are 64 cases scheduled for its first […]

Psych unit for older patients opens at Forsyth Medical Center [Winston-Salem Journal, N.C.]

Mar13

March 14Forsyth Medical Center has established an 11-bed geriatric unit for psychiatric patients 55 and older who need short-term treatment.A reorganization of beds for people with behavioral and mental-health issues produced the new unit, which debuted Feb. 28 on the ninth floor of the East Tower.The goal is offering treatment for a wide range of […]

Hospital lifts visitor ban [High Point Enterprise, N.C.]

Mar11

March 12HIGH POINT All visitors under the age of 18 are now welcome back to High Point Regional Health System.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website reports that, as of the end of last week, there has been a national decrease of flu-related doctor visits, and North Carolina has experienced low influenza activity."The number […]

BRIEF: WFUBMC first in Triad to implant MRI scan pacing system [Winston-Salem Journal, N.C.]

Mar2

March 03Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center said Tuesday that its cardiology team is the first in the Triad to implant the Magnetic Resonance Imaging scan pacing system into a patient.The new device, approved by the Food and Drug Administration, potentially could allow millions of patients needing pacemakers to safely have MRI scans.The health-care system […]

Physicians use merger to preserve independence [Sun Journal, New Bern, N.C.]

Feb15

Feb. 16Dr. William Panza said that when he looks to retire in 15 years or so, he expects to see most physicians as hospital employees.Panza is an anesthesiologist with Mosaic Anesthesia and Perioperative Services, which was formed from a merger of New Bern Anesthesia Associates and Carteret Anesthesia Associates. He said they joined last year […]

High Point Regional restricts visits to hospital due to flu [High Point Enterprise, N.C.]

Feb15

Feb. 16HIGH POINT With influenza widespread across the Triad, High Point Regional Health System officials decided Tuesday to restrict visits by children and teens.Visitors under the age of 18 will not be allowed to visit patients, including siblings, friends or family members. Last week, Moses Cone Health System leaders imposed similar restrictions in Greensboro after […]

Physicians use merger to preserve independence [Sun Journal, New Bern, N.C.]

Feb14

Feb. 15Dr. William Panza said that when he looks to retire in 15 years or so, he expects to see most physicians as hospital employees.Panza is an anesthesiologist with Mosaic Anesthesia and Perioperative Services, which was formed from a merger of New Bern Anesthesia Associates and Carteret Anesthesia Associates. He said they joined last year […]