New Hanover Regional Medical Center is open again for visitors after Hurricane Florence and many of the NHRMC Physician Group practices are open. ED-North in Scotts Hill is now open, in addition to our Urgent Care facilities in Wilmington and Wallace. Some facilities remain closed. For all storm-related updates click here.
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The New Hanover Regional Medical Center Foundation helps those who want to make financial contributions to the hospital direct those funds to the places where they can have the biggest impact.
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More than 800 strong, our team of volunteers includes teenagers, college students, and adults who know that giving of their time and energy to help others is wonderfully fulfilling.
Millions of Americans have been diagnosed with diabetes. And millions more have diabetes but don't know it, the CDC says. Yet diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the U.S. See how much you know about this long-term disease by taking this quiz.
People with diabetes most often have type 2. You are at higher risk for type 2 diabetes if you:
You are also at risk if you have prediabetes or had gestational diabetes. You are also at risk if you are of a certain ethnic background. This type of diabetes was once seen just in adults. Today more children and teens are being diagnosed with it.
Diabetes can affect many parts of your body. It can lead to serious health problems. These include:
You can help prevent these problems by keeping your blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels under control.