Carteret Health Care's Articles

Wound Center Encourages You to Treat Your Unhealing Wounds

It is estimated that chronic wounds affect 6.7 million people in the U.S.

Bethany Norris, RN Recognized with Nursing Excellence Award

“More than a Master Preceptor, Bethany is a true advocate for patients and staff. She is a special person and nurse who ensures every patient is receiving the very best care using the best practices in care,” stated Robin Mobley, Maternal Child Health Director.

Letter to the Editor for national Nursing and Hospital Week 2018

Celebrating our staff during National Hospital Week and National Nursing Week

William “Bill” Crawford, MD New Vice President of Medical Affairs

“His knowledge and experienced will only strengthen our culture of providing safe, compassionate care in our community,” shared Dick Brvenik.

Dr. Mary Katherine Lawrence Physician of the Year

Dr. Pocock shared, “She and her husband could work anywhere, but they are ours and we are so happy they have chosen to live and provide their services here. Her caring, selfless manner is an inspiration to all of us. She is very deserving of this honor and we appreciate her dedication to the patients and families in Carteret County.”

Wound Center Expanded

Wound Center has been renovated to improve patient experience for all.

Only NC Hospital Listed on 2018 Top 100 Rural & Community Hospital

“This achievement is very gratifying and validates our daily commitment to providing the best health care possible to our community, while maintaining an efficient and effective facility,” said Dick Brvenik, Carteret Health Care President. 

Recognized as a Blue Distinction Center for Bariatric Surgery

Carteret Health Care Is Recognized for Higher Quality in Bariatric Surgery

Expecting? Carteret Baby is a New Free Mobile App For Families

Carteret Health Care Launches Mobile App for New Moms The free Carteret Baby app is now available

CHC Receives $290,000 from The Duke Endowment for Palliative Care

“This grant will provide immeasurable benefit and truly advance the palliative care and end-of-life services in our community,” shared Dick Brvenik, Carteret Health Care President. “Our oncology patients as well as others will benefit from these enhanced care services for years to come.”