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Free Blood Sugar Checks this Wednesday
As part of World Diabetes Day, Chatham Hospital will be offering free blood sugar checks on 11/14 in the hospital Atrium from 12pm to 2pm.
Rehab Services Coworkers Participate in Habitat for Humanity Build
Group from Chatham Rehabilitation Services gathered to participate in a Habitat for Humanity build.
Our Lean Transformation
Chatham Hospital is becoming a transformational organization rather than a transactional organization.
Posture: More Than Just “Sitting Up Straight”
Poor posture often leads to a number of impairments that cause unnecessary pain – and correcting that posture often requires more than just the conscious effort to “sit up straight”.
2018 Medication Take-Back Event Was a Success
Chatham Hospital's recent medication take back event resulted in the collection of 42.1 pounds of medication in just a few hours.
Proper Use of Antibiotics
Antibiotic resistance is one of the most urgent threats to the public’s health. Here are tips for using antibiotics correctly.
Diabetes and Hot Weather
This summer, remember that if you are a diabetic, high blood sugar readings require you to drink extra fluid!
Chatham County Tick Season Begins Soon
If you're concerned about tick bites this time of year, please read this article regarding tick borne illnesses and how you can prevent ticks in your yard.
Chatham Hospital Appoints New Board Members
UNC Chatham Hospital welcomed four new members to its Board of Trustees in February. The new members include Angelynn Fox, Paul Cuadros, Matt Smith and Dennis Streets.
Old Chatham Hospital Sold
UNC Chatham Hospital announced that it has sold its former hospital facility on West Third Street to Rodriguez-Cardona Property Holdings, LLC. The new owners plan to demolish the current buildings to make way for 52 new townhomes.