Hoke County Commissioners and Parks and Recreation Advisory Board members cut the ribbon for new playground equipment made possible by a $10,000 grant from FirstHealth of the Carolinas. The Oct. 14 ribbon-cutting program was held at the Hoke County Recreation Complex on Highway 211. Pictured (from left) are David Jackson, Parks and Recreation director; Rodney Fairley, Parks and Recreation Advisory Board member; Tasha Oldham, Parks and Recreation Advisory Board member; James Leach, Hoke County commissioner; Dr. Tony Santangelo, Raeford Kiwanis; Leslie Deane, FirstHealth of the Carolinas; Bobby Wright, Hoke County commissioner; and Jean Powell, Hoke County commissioner.
April 17, 2015
Moore Regional Hospital Gets 5 Stars from Medicare for Patient SatisfactionDavid J. Kilarksi PINEHURST – Choosing where to go for hospital care can be confusing and overwhelming for patients. That choice may be a little eas…
April 14, 2015
Slaughter Named Richmond Memorial Physician of the YearVan "Beaux" Slaughter, M.D. ROCKINGHAM – A hospitalist physician known for his “great bedside manner” has been named 2015 Physician of the Year at Fi…
March 26, 2015
New Physician Joining FirstHealth Family MedicineThe latest addition to the FirstHealth network of providers in Richmond County is Dr. Sanchez.
February 27, 2018
Prepared Childbirth SeriesMoore Regional Hospital hosts a Prepared Childbirth Series from January to November. The six-week course is held in the evening from 7 to 9:15 p.m.…