We offer education and screening programs to our community to help our neighbors take better care of their health and live healthier lives.
We recognize our role in the health of the community involves more than providing care within our walls. We offer education, outreach and screening programs to help our neighbors take better care of their health.
If your group or association is interested in health information or free health screenings, let New Hanover Regional Medical Center help.
Bystander CPR saves lives. Learn how you can perform Hands-Only CPR when someone needs help. NHRMC Emergency Medical Services offers training sessions around the community.
Heart disease, which can lead to a heart attack, is a leading cause of death. Symptoms of a heart attack in women can differ from the more widely known symptoms for men. And women are less likely to recognize or acknowledge symptoms and more likely to wait longer to seek help.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center's Heart Center wants to help the community learn more about heart disease and ways to reduce risk. The NHRMC Foundation's Red Dress Project was established to support that effort through education and screenings for women.
For more information call Iris Baker, 910-667-8297.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center's Speakers Bureau can help you find a health professional to speak to your group about a variety of health topics. Whether you have a request for a specific topic, or want to brainstorm a bit to determine options, we work to find health professionals to address your needs.
Please call 910-667-8297 to find out more.
Smoking cessation classes are offered four times a year, in January, April, July and October. Each class involves seven sessions over a four-week period. The fee is $60. Those who have an NHRMC charity care card can attend for free. Call Iris Baker at 910-667-8297 for details or to register.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center helps provide needed equipment to medical mission trips around the world. Through our Mission Ready program, we collect and donate supplies that can no longer be used in the United States but can help save lives in places in desperate need of help.
We partner with health departments in the region to assess the health needs of the area.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center provides case management services to help eligible Medicaid beneficiaries receive needed care in their homes. Learn more.