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NHRMC Physician Group

NHRMC Physician Group

A Network of Caring Physicians Partnered with the Hospital You Trust

The NHRMC Physician Group is committed to providing the highest quality health care to residents of southeastern North Carolina. With physicians and allied health professionals in primary care and a wide variety of specialty fields, the group was founded in March 2009 as a partnership between NHRMC and physicians throughout the region.  Learn more on our About Us page.


From family and internal medicine specialists, to hospitalists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and urgent care, NHRMC Physician Group offers the care, convenience and choices your family needs.

NHRMC Physician Group is here to meet your family's needs.

Latest NHRMC Physician Group News

Glen Meade Center for Women’s Health joins NHRMC Physician Group

Glen Meade Center for Women’s Health is proud to announce it has joined the NHRMC Physician Group as of November 1. With locations in Wilmington and Leland, Glen Meade Center for Women’s Health is home to 12 physicians and two advanced clinical practitioners.

“We are pleased to be working with Glen Meade Center for Women’s Health on this collaboration,” says Jack Barto, president and chief executive officer at New Hanover Regional Medical Center. “Patients of Glen Meade Center for Women’s Health will continue to get the high-quality care they are used to receiving, but they will also benefit from the resources and technology that NHRMC Physician Group has to offer.”

NHRMC Physician Group Providers Receive National Recognition for Quality Diabetes Care

WILMINGTON— Providers with New Hanover Medical Group and Morgan Internal Medicine, both part of the NHRMC Physician Group, recently received recognition from the Diabetes Recognition Program for providing quality care to patients with diabetes.  The recognition, provided by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) and the American Diabetes Association, was designed to improve the quality of care received by patients with diabetes by recognizing clinicians who deliver quality diabetes care, and by motivating other clinicians to document and improve their delivery of diabetes care.

To receive recognition, which is valid for three years, providers submitted data that demonstrates performance in meeting the program’s key diabetes care measures. These measures include eye exams, blood pressure tests, nutrition therapy and patient satisfaction, among others. When people with diabetes receive quality care as outlined by these measures, they are less likely to suffer complications such as heart attacks, stroke, blindness, kidney disease and amputations.

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