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  • N.C. Wesleyan plans new nursing program 9/9/2019

    In an effort to increase academic opportunities, N.C. Wesleyan College has announced the anticipation of an RN-to-BSN program for licensed nurses.

  • Junior Volunteers spend summer at hospital 8/29/2019

    This summer, Nash UNC Health Care welcomed a group of 117 junior volunteers. Comprised of students from 13 schools across the Twin Counties, this year’s summer program attracted one of the largest groups of volunteers the hospital has seen to date.

  • Hospital foundation awards $350,000 in grants 8/21/2019

    The Nash UNC Health Care Foundation recently awarded grants, amounting to a total of $347,784, to eight community organizations to support their efforts to promote community wellbeing and education.

  • Hospital works to hire, retain nurses 8/15/2019

    Katie Davison, VP of Human Resources at Nash UNC recently said that it should come as no surprise that one of the biggest recruitment challenges is securing bedside nurses.

  • Hospital's chaplain education program earns accreditation 8/14/2019

    Nash UNC Health Care's clinical pastoral education program has recently been granted full accreditation.

  • Nash UNC receives stroke care awards 8/12/2019

    In addition to recent awards for heart care, Nash UNC Health Care also has earned recognition from the American Heart Association for its care of stroke patients.

  • Nash UNC Health Care featured in local magazine 8/9/2019

    Living Here magazine is published annually and functions as a resource of information about Rocky Mount, Tarboro and surrounding communities.

  • Youth Council presents pediatrics project 8/9/2019

    Members of the Rocky Mount Area Youth Council sponsored the Children for Life Project as they delivered activity items to the Pediatric Emergency Department of Nash UNC.

  • Hospital targets readmission rates 8/2/2019

    Thursday’s meeting of the UNC Health Care Board of Commissioners discussed a plan to reduce readmission rates to the hospital.

  • Lee Isley talks Strategic Plan on WHIG-TV 8/1/2019

    Dr. Lee Isley, president and CEO of Nash UNC Health Care, sits down with Clint Williams of WHIG-TV and talks in detail about the strategic plan for Nash UNC.

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