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Family Medicine to Play Lead Role in Bringing Maternity Care Back to Chatham Hospital

The 2018 Chatham County Community Assessment stated that there were no child birthing centers currently in the county, and that the county ranked in the bottom quarter of North Carolina’s 100 counties for average distance between home and a hospital offering childbirth services. That’s all about to change thanks to the use of family physicians […]

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State Healthcare Issues are Focus of Spectrum News’ InFocus Hometown Debate Series

Spectrum News’ Loretta Boniti is serving as the moderator of a multi-part series on state health care issues. The segments are airing on Spectrum News and are being sponsored by the North Carolina Institute of Political Leadership (IOPL), a non-partisan organization that educates future political and community leaders. The four-segment series has discussed topics such […]

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NY Times Article Discusses North Carolina’s Move to Value-Based Care

Ardmore Family Practice in Winston Salem provided the backdrop for recent coverage in the New York Times about North Carolina’s move towards value-based care. Times reporter Steve Lohr visited the state in early summer to gather background and interview several people quoted in the article. Ardmore Family Practice physicians Drs. Robert Rosen and Amy Sapp […]

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