Chatham County Tick Season Begins Soon
Learn about common diseases transmitted by ticks and what you can do to help prevent being bitten.
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.
Chatham Hospital Earns 12th Consecutive Five-star Rating from CMS
UNC Chatham Hospital has received its 12th consecutive five-star rating in patient experience from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
Chatham County Recognized as a Spotlight Award Winner in Healthiest Cities and Counties Challenge
Chatham County has been selected to receive $25,000 as part of the Healthiest Cities & Counties Challenge (the Challenge) Spotlight Award.
Questions and Answers About Zika Virus Infection
Learn about Zika virus from Chatham Hospital Infection Control.
Chatham Hospital's Diabetes Program Merits ADA Recognition
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) Education Recognition Program has awarded Chatham Hospital’s Diabetes Program a national certification.
At a Loss for Words: Aphasia – Local Support and Services at Chatham Hospital
Chatham Hospital is partnering with the Triangle Aphasia Project (TAP) to offer a weekly support group on Fridays at 9:00am for adults with aphasia and their caregivers living in Chatham County and surrounding areas.
Saving Lives Through Education: CPR
Providing CPR immediately after a cardiac arrest can double or even triple a person’s chances of survival. UNC Chatham Hospital offers AHA Basic and Advanced Life support classes, open to community members.
Exercise Is Medicine Event Series Expands to Include New Courses
Exercise and Weight Loss-Current Recommendations, Caloric Balance, and Common Misconceptions