Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote, "Unless you
try to do something beyond what you have already
mastered, you will never grow." At Alamance
Regional Medical Center, we use the same concept
as one of our guiding principles: to develop new
and different ways to serve the community.
As summer fades into fall, the change in weather can be a swift
reminder of things on your to-do list. There aren't enough hours in the
day to get it all done, but you can have a healthy and happy fall this year
when you focus on a few important tips.
A new state-of-the-art cancer center,
an Emergency Department addition, an
expanded Day Surgery area and larger
operating rooms are all part of a $60 million
plan to expand facilities at Alamance Regional.
Sports injuries don't just sideline professional athletes. "The
majority of patients we see are recreational athletes," says Kevin
Krasinski, MD, an orthopaedic sports medicine specialist and a
board-certified orthopaedic surgeon at Burlington Orthopaedic
and Hand Surgery.
A long-time leader in technological advances,
Alamance Regional has been named one of the
top users of information technology (IT) in the
nation, according to the 2012 Most Wired Survey.
At this years Legs for Life Wellness 5K on Saturday, Oct. 13, go all out and creatively decorate your legs/leggings with crazy designs!
Healthy Woman; Ask the Doctor; Understanding Cancer; Pregnancy, Parenting & Birth; Smoking Cessation Classes; For Seniors; Support Groups; and More!