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More than 12,000 new cases of invasive cervical cancer will be diagnosed in women in the United States this year and over 4,000 women will die from the disease. This is why Randolph Health has partnered with Cone Health and Central Carolina Women's Center to provide a FREE Cervical Cancer Screening on Friday, April 28th. The screening is open to all women who are 21 years of age and older who meet specific criteria. Call 336-832-8000 to see if you are eligible for the FREE Screening today!
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Randolph Health kicked off National Donate Life Month with a special event today. Not only is Randolph Health proud to have the National Donate Life flag flying proudly above the campus, we also had the opportunity to become inspired today listening to Brian Carden, a heart transplant recipient, share his story. Thank you for sharing your story. You truly are an inspiration to us all! #donatelife
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Who knew vending machines could look so cool?
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A new look for our vending machines - love it!
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Who has the coolest looking vending machines? Randolph Health!
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Are you ready for VeV 2017? Visit www.RandolphHospital.org/Foundation and click on the Vintage en Vogue button to get your tickets!
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We ventured out in the heat to visit one of the Randolph Hospital Community Health Foundation's grantees - Trees NC. Trees NC and the Boys and Girls Club of Central Asheboro received a $6,000 grant to increase the consumption of fresh vegetables and fruit for 750 youth and adult residents of Asheboro's East Side Neighborhood. Look at the bounty they are collecting and the best part is . . . when asked what will you do with your veggies - they all new exactly how to prepare and cook them.
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2016-07-27
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Special thanks and congratulations to Eve Hutchens on wrapping up her Girl Scout Gold Award Project at StayWell Senior Care. Eve's project "Brighten Up Your Day for a Better Tomorrow," was created to decrease depression and increase cognitive strengths in memory of participants at StayWell as well as to remember the participants that have passed. She wanted to give participants a reason to go outdoors, so she created raised herb garden beds and flower beds complete with a bench and bird bath. She also painted a mural in memory of the participants in the program who have passed away. Eve, thank you again for the service you have provided to StayWell Senior Care. Your project will help to enhance the lives of many. Thank you!
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2016-07-21
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Today we got to celebrate the new and exciting support from Strider Subaru and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Subaru of America and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) are working together to provide much needed support and “warmth” to cancer patients and their families in communities across the country. During Subaru’s Loves to Care month in June, messages of hope for cancer patients were written by visitors to Strider Subaru. Those messages, along with blankets, were delivered to Randolph Cancer Center today, to help keep patients warm as they continue their fight against cancer, and to help spread awareness of LLS and Subaru of America’s goal to provide hope and care, one gesture at a time. Thank you for the generous gifts! Our patients will greatly benefit from your generosity!
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Congratulations to Randolph Hospital VP Angela Orth, featured in Triad Business Journal's Women in Business. http://bit.ly/1RVetpt
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