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Novant Health offering ‘living wage’ to employees

Novant Health is implementing a minimum wage based on local costs of living over and above the state-mandated minimum wage, commonly referred to as a living wage.

7th graders talk about careers in the medical field

In Brunswick County, some 7th graders at Cedar Grove Middle School met with medical professionals from Novant Health to talk about career options.

Agreement reached in hospital retirement lawsuit

A Winston-Salem based hospital system has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit about its retirement plan.

Agreement reached in hospital retirement lawsuit

A Winston-Salem based hospital system has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit about its retirement plan.

400 employees of Novant Health to lose their jobs

Novant Health Inc. says it plans to lay off up to 400 employees across the Winston-Salem-based system as part of a reorganization that began last fall.

Free mammograms for some Brunswick County women

The Novant Health Foundation Brunswick Medical Center has received a $46,150 grant from Susan G. Komen North Carolina Triangle to the Coast to provide free mammograms for uninsured and underinsured women in Brunswick County.

Novant Health hosts forum on Columbus County health

With Columbus County again ranked the unhealthiest in North Carolina this year, a healthcare provider is holding a forum tonight to address health issues adversely affecting residents.

Visitor restrictions begin at hospital due to flu threat

videoHealth officials have declared a flu epidemic in several states including North Carolina. In the Cape Fear region, officials say that although the flu season here is normal, they are still monitoring the conditions of the season that some times lasts into early Spring.

Novant Health restricting access to hospitals due to flu

Novant Health officials say they will be limiting who can come into their facilities during this widespread outbreak of the flu virus.

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