New Hanover Regional Medical Center makes the care, safety and comfort of our patients and visitors our primary concerns. We understand that being admitted to the hospital may be stressful for patients and their loved ones. That's why we take excellent care of our patients and families and offer a number of services designed to support you and your loved ones during your time with us. From information on your rights as patient to support services and complementary therapies, we take all your needs into consideration. 

Please take a moment to review the resources highlighted in this section.

Spiritual Care

The Spiritual Care Department is available to offer spiritual and emotional support to our patients and their families. Our chaplains respect all faiths and beliefs and are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Spiritual Care Department staff are also available to discuss advance directives with patients and loved ones. 

Healing Arts

Alternative strategies can be an important part of healing from illness or injury. Reducing stress, managing pain and learning new coping skills can work with traditional medical care to drastically improve quality of life. 

Outpatient Pharmacy

Our Outpatient Pharmacy is available to our patients who need to fill prescriptions at discharge and also carries a number of over-the-counter products, saving you a trip on the way home. For our patients who may be unable to pay for their prescriptions, NHRMC offers medication assistance.

The NHRMC Outpatient Pharmacy also has a permanent drop box available for residents who want to safely dispose of their unwanted medications.

Medical Care Decisions

When a serious medical crisis occurs, it may be difficult to make decisions about your care. NHRMC wants to help ease our patients' and loved ones' concerns by helping them prepare before a crisis occurs. Find out more about advance directives and making sure your healthcare decisions are communicated. Spiritual Care Department staff are available to explain advanced directives to patients and loved ones.