The team at Alamance Regional Medical Center is
here for you when you're ill, but we're also a powerful
ally when you want to maintain or improve good
health. In fact, we offer a variety of programs to
encourage healthy living.
If you are scheduled to have a surgical procedure, the wait may make you feel anxious.
But there are some steps you can take to prepare yourself for surgery. Not only can
these tips help put your mind at ease, they can help reduce the risk of complications.
Brand new babies may be snuggly and sweet – but it's not all cuddling and cooing in the first few months of life. Parents quickly learn there's a lot of crying, diaper changing, feeding and messes involved. It's important to set realistic expectations and reconnect with your partner during this busy time.
Do you need some motivation to get in shape and live a healthier life? Team up with a friend – or 10 friends – for 10 weeks, and you'll have plenty of reasons to stick with it! Be Healthy Now encourages participants to work together in teams to achieve their fitness goals.
A suspected cancer or diagnosis of cancer can be a difficult and emotional time. Patients and their families may feel overwhelmed, uncertain and fearful. Thankfully, nurse navigators at Alamance Regional can serve as a resource to make the situation less complicated.
The new Guardian Angel program at Alamance Regional gives grateful patients and their
loved ones the opportunity to support the hospital's charitable foundation while paying
tribute to caregivers who made a memorable difference during the patients' visit or stay.
Healthy Woman; Ask the Doctor; Understanding Cancer; Girls Night Out; Pregnancy, Parenting & Birth; Smoking Cessation Classes; For Seniors; Support Groups; and More!