David Williams, (center), dental program manager of the FirstHealth Dental Care Centers, accepts a $750 grant from the Sandhills Rotary Club Charitable Foundation at the club’s July 11 meeting at the Pinehurst Hotel. The grant will go to the Kids in Crisis Fund, which helps children obtain necessary dental care that falls outside the scope of services provided by the Dental Care Centers. In many cases, these children are denied care because their parents are uninsured and can’t afford the cost of the dental work. Pictured with Williams are Anita Alpenfels (left), Sandhills Rotary Club president; and Wayne Haddock, Sandhills Rotary Club Foundation Chairman.
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 28, 2017
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.…