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Health Care Services in North Carolina

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The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), North Carolina, is responsible for the protection and improvement of the general health of the people of the region. The department is divided into 30 divisions and offices [1]. DHHS offices and divisions fall under four broad services areas such as human services, health, support functions and administrative. The Department also oversees 14 facilities which includes developmental centers, psychiatric hospitals, mental retardation centers, two residential programs for children and alcohol and drug abuse treatment centers.

Hospitals in North Carolina


Health Department of North Carolina

Image source: http://www.ncdhhs.gov/

Hospitals in North Carolina offer the best medical facilities to the people. The hospitals are well maintained and equipped to provide complete medical facilities to the public. There are number of hospitals and health centers in North Carolina. Some of the major hospitals in North Carolina are                             

University of North Carolina Hospitals

University of North Carolina Hospitals is one of the Major Hospitals in North Calorina [2]. The hospital provides exhaustive health care facilities to its patients. UNC Hospitals also include NC Children's Hospital, the NC Memorial Hospital, NC Cancer Hospital, NC Women's Hospital and the NC Neurosciences Hospital.

Contact details

Address: UNC Health Care System
101 Manning Drive,
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Phone no: 919-966-4131

To know more about the University of North Carolina Hospitals Click here.

Alamance Regional Medical Center

Alamance Regional Medical Center is a private hospital located in Burlington, North Carolina. The hospital was established in the year 1995. Alamance Regional offers quality healthcare facilities to the people.  The hospital was given the Most Wired Award for its use of information technology in patient care from the American Hospital Association.

Contact details

Alamance Regional Medical Center
Address: 1240 Huffman Mill Road
Burlington, NC 27215
Phone no: 336-538-7000

To know more about Alamance Regional Medical Center Click here.

Duke University Medical Center

Duke University Medical is located in Durham, North Carolina. The hospital was established in the year 1930. Duke University Medical Center is one of the major hospitals located in North Carolina.

To know more about Duke University Medical Center Click here.

Lenoir Memorial Hospital

Lenoir Memorial Hospital is located in Kinston, North Carolina. The hospital has over 100 well trained physicians. Lenoir Memorial services include surgical, general medical, gynecological and obstetrical care. Specialized services of the hospital include pulmonology, cardiology, oncology, urology, radiology, vascular surgery and thoracic surgery.

Contact details
Lenoir Memorial Hospital
Address: 100 Airport Road Kinston,
NC 28501
Phone no: 252-522-7000
To know more about Lenoir Memorial Hospital Click here.

North Carolina Blood banks and Organ Donators

Red CrossThe State of North Carolina is committed to providing a better quality of life to the people of the region and has set up multiple Blood Banks and Organ Donators all over the state. The leading Blood Banks and Organ donators in North Carolina are listed below.




American Red Cross
Address: Durham,
North Carolina: 27709
Phone no: 1-919-595-0400
Services: Blood Banks, Organ Donation and Tissue Banks

The Blood Connection
Address: Hendersonville
825 Spartanburg Highway Hendersonville,
NC: 28792
Phone no: 828-233-5301
800 392 6551
Services: Blood banks

Biolife Plasma Services

Address: Greensboro,
North Carolina: 27401
Phone no: 1-336-315-5425
Services: Blood Banks, Organ Donation and Tissue Banks

BPL Plasma Greenville
Address: 2727 East 10th Street, Greenville,
NC: 27858
Phone no: 252-757-0171
Services: Blood Banks

BPL Plasma Wilmington
Address: 5060 New Centre Drive #72,
Wilmington, NC 28404
Phone no: 910-632-2863
Services: Blood Banks

DCI Biologicals Inc
Address: Wilmington, North Carolina 28401
Phone no: 1-910-762-1665
Services: Blood Banks, Organ Donation and Tissue Banks

HRF Inc
5108 Oak Park Road ,Unit A
Address: Raleigh, NC: 27612
Phone no: 800-356-8123
919-782-0262
919-782-4446
Email : info@hrfinc.com
Services: Blood Banks, Organ Donation and Tissue Banks


The North Carolina Eye Bank


North Carolina Eye bank
                                                     Image Source: https://www.donatelifenc.org/

North Carolina is a group of organizations which promotes organ, eye, and tissue donation. The member of the organizations is involved directly in supporting donor families and facilitating eye, organ and tissue transplants across the North Carolina.  As non-profit organization, the work of the organization includes school education, donor registry supervision and Division of Motor Vehicles outreach.  The mission of  The North Carolina Eye Bank[3] is to inspire all residents of  North Carolina to save and enhance lives by registering as an eye,organ, eye issue donors.

Prominent members of The North Carolina Eye Bank

Steve Walker
Chairman
North Carolina Lion's Foundation, Inc.

Dawn Hall
Vice-Chairman
Carolina Donor Services

Taylor Anderton
Secretary
Carolina Donor Services

Gary Burris
Treasurer
LifeShare Of The Carolinas

The North Carolina Eye Bank

Corporate Address
3900 Westpoint Blvd. Suite F
Winston-Salem, NC 27103-3903

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 51262
Durham, NC 27717
Phoneno:  919-794-7693

To know more about North Carolina Eye Bank  Click Here

Some other Eye banks in North Carolina

LifeShare of the Carolinas-Asheville

Asheville Office
1200 Ridgefield Boulevard
Suite 150
Asheville, NC 28806
tel: 828.665.0107
fax: 828.665.4729

LifeShare of the Carolinas-Charlotte

Charlotte Office
5000 D Airport Center Parkway
Charlotte, NC 28208
tel: 704.512.3303
fax: 704.512.3056

Nursing Homes in North Carolina

The Nursing Homes in North Carolina are equipped with well trained staff and it offers latest medicare and Medicaid facilities to the people of North Carolina. Some of the nursing homes in North Carolina  are listed below.

Alamance Health Care Center
Address 1987 Hilton Street
Burlington, NC: 27217
Phone: 336-226-0848

The Presbyterian Home of Hawfields
Address: 2502 S Nc 119
Mebane, NC: 27302
Phone: 336-578-4701

Elizabethtown Healthcare & Rehab Center
Address: 208 Mercer Road
Elizabethtown, NC: 28337
Phone: 910-862-8181

Gateway Rehabilitation and Healthcare
Address 2030 Harper Avenue NW
Lenoir, NC:28645
Phone: 828-754-3888

Lenoir Healthcare Center
Address: 322 Nuway Circle
Lenoir, NC: 28645
Phone: 828-758-7326

Shaire Nursing Center
Address: 1450 Shaire Center Drive
Lenoir, NC: 28645
Phone: 828-728-6500

Glenbridge Health and Rehabiltation Center
Address: 211 Milton Brown Heirs Road
Boone, NC: 28607
Phone: 828-264-6720

Elderberry Health Care
Address: 415 Elderberry Lane
Marshall, NC: 28753
Phone: 828-649-9345

Mountain Trace Rehabilitation & Nursing Center
Address: 417 Mountain Trace Road
Sylva, NC: 28779
Phone: 828-631-1600

Roanoke Landing Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Address: 1084 Us 64 East
Plymouth, NC: 27962
Phone: 252-793-2100

Brian Center Nursing Care
Address: 279 Brian Center Drive
Lexington, NC: 27292
Phone: 336-249-7521

Pine Ridge Health & Rehabilitation Center
Address: 706 Pineywood Road
Thomasville, NC: 27360
Phone: 336-475-9116

Forest City Health and Rehabilitation Center
Address: 830 Bethany Church Road
Forest City, NC: 28043
Phone: 828-245-2852

Graham Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center
Address: 811, Snowbird Road
Robbinsville, NC: 28771
Phone: 828-479-8421

Randolph Health and Rehabilitation Center
Address: 230 East Presnell Street
Asheboro, NC: 27203
Phone: 336-629-1447


North Carolina Medicaid Agency


Medical Agency in North Carolina

                                               Image source: http://www.ncdhhs.gov/dma/medicaid/index.htm

Medicaid[4] is a health insurance facility for low-income families and individuals who cannot afford health care expenses. Medicaid serves children, low-income parents, people with disabilities and seniors. Medicaid may help people by paying for certain medical expenses which includes:
  • Hospital Bills
  • Doctor Bills
  • Prescriptions (Excluding prescriptions for Medicare beneficiaries)
  • Dental Care
  • Vision Care
  • Nursing Home Care
  • Medicare Premiums
  • Personal Care Services (PCS),
  • Medical Equipment and Other Home Health Services
  • Mental Health Care
  • In-home care under the Community Alternatives Program (CAP)
  • Most medically necessary services for children under age 21
Eligibility Criteria for Medicaid

There are different sections of coverage for people with different requirements. Income and resource limits for each of these sections vary. Following services are offered by Medicaid:

  • Aged, Blind and Disabled
  • Infants, Children and Families
  • Long-Term Care
  • Medicare Recipients
In order to be eligible for Medicaid, you must also have the following criteria:

  • Be a citizen of US or provide proof of eligible immigration status.
  • One who resides in North Carolina, and they have to provide proof of residency.
  • One who have a Social Security number or have applied for one.
One is eligible for Medicaid automatically if  one receive any of the following benefits:
  • Work First Family Assistance
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Special Assistance to the Blind
  • State/County Special Assistance for the Aged or Disabled (Adult Care Home Assistance)
To be eligible for Medicaid Physical examination is not necessary.  However, if one is applying because one is disabled, a medical exam may be required. If one is applying in case of pregnancy, proof of pregnancy is essential.

Contact Information of the North Carolina Medicaid Agency:

Mailing address
NC Division of Medical Assistance
2501 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-2501

DHHS Customer Service Center (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday)
Call: 1-800-662-7030

For more information regarding North Carolina Medical Agency Click Here

North Carolina Health Programs

The health Department of North Carolina and North Carolina Public Health Division[5]also provides some health programs for the benefit of the people. The Health programs include:

AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)

The North Carolina HIV Medications Program is funded jointly by federal dollars and the state. The program is designed to offer financial help to low-income state residents in order to purchase medicines specifically used to fight HIV and the opportunistic infections which are specific to AIDS.

To know more about AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Click Here.

Women, Infants, and Children supplemental nutrition program (WIC)

Health Programs in North Carolina
                                           
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http://www.ncdhhs.gov/index.htm

This is a special Nutrition Program for infant, women and children. The program is funded by United States Department of Agriculture. The WIC program provides some facilities which includes Healthy foods, Health care referrals, Breastfeeding support and Eating tips for the mother and child. One who is eligible for WIC program include:
  • Infants
  • Children up to 5 years of age
  • Breastfeeding women who have had a baby in the last 12 months
  • Women who have had a baby in the last 6 months
  • Pregnant women
To know more about WIC Program Click here

Special Assistance in Home Program (SA/IH)

The Special Assistance In-Home Program (SA/IH) offers an alternative to placement in a Special Assistance facility by offering a cash supplement to the people who desire and are able to live at home safely with additional supportive services. People who wish to gain an SA/IH payment must be eligible for the full Medicaid under Medicaid categorically guidelines.

To know more about Special Assistance in Home Program Click here

National Toxic Substance Incidents Program (NTSIP)

The National Toxic Substance Incidents Program (NTSIP) gathers information from many resources to protect people from harm caused by spills and leaks of toxic substances. NTSIP usually collects information about harmful spills into a central place.

To know more about National Toxic Substance Incidents Program Click here

Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) Program

Food and Nutrition Services is a federal food assistance scheme which helps low-income families. The main objective of the Program is to improve nutrition and health and end hunger. It helps eligible low-income families to buy the food they require for a nutritionally adequate diet.

To know more about Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) Program Click here

References:
  1. North Carolina Health Division
  2. North Carolina Hospitals
  3. North Carolina Eye Bank
  4. North Carolina Division of Medical Assistance
  5. North Carolina Public Health Division
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