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New Hanover Regional Medical Center is a not-for-profit health care system and the leading provider of healthcare for residents in southeastern North Carolina and northeastern South Carolina. NHRMC is a teaching hospital, regional referral center, and Level 2 Trauma Center dedicated to providing a wide range of health care services including open heart surgery, neonatal intensive care, inpatient pediatric services, cancer care, advanced imaging capabilities and a nationally ranked orthopedics center.

 In 2009, NHRMC received full accreditation by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
 
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Zimmer Cancer Center

At New Hanover Regional Medical Center and the Zimmer Cancer Center we recognize caring for a person with cancer involves much more than treating the cancer itself.  While our oncology specialists have decades of experience and use advanced cancer-fighting technology to give patients the best chance of overcoming the disease, their clinical expertise is just a part of what makes New Hanover Regional Medical Center an exceptional place to receive cancer care.

For more information call 910.342.3000
or click here.

To schedule an appointment for digital
mamography at an NHRMC Diagnostic Center
 click here or call 910-452-8777.

Find a Doctor:
Click on a name of the department belwo to get more information and a map to the physician's office.

Oncology
Radiology

New Hanover Regional Medical Center Foundation’s Pink Ribbon Project is one way to help care for women right here in our own community. Click
onthe link below to find out how you can help.

Please vist our Pink Ribbon Project page here.

Health Decision Assistant

Health Assessments are helpful tools to provide personalized messages to improve your health
and lifestyle. 

Find answers to questions about when to
have a mammogram or more information on cancer.

Click here to go to the associated health assessment.

Health Essentials - Email Sign up

Health Essentials is a news page that appears in
the Wilmington Star News every other Tuesday. 
e-Health Essentials is the electronic version of
Health Essentials, which can be delivered to
your e-mail inbox. 

If you are interested in signing up to receive
e-Health Essentials, then proceed to our sign up
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Patient Stories

Rugena Devone: Faith and the Power of Prayer

Last year’s Breast Cancer Awareness Health Essentials featured Zimmer Cancer Center employee and patient Rugena Devone, newly diagnosed
with breast cancer in March 2007.
I’m still here and beautiful as ever!
I see my oncologist every three months, and there’s no evidence of the breast
cancer recurring. Read more.

Juanita Rappleye: Radiofrequency Ablation
Surgery Heals with Heat

A poodle’s loud yipping nearly
drowns out seventy-one-year-old Juanita Rappleye’s raspy Southern drawl. Details of her recent kidney tumor removal through minimally invasive radiofrequency ablation at New Hanover Regional Medical
Center become barely audible. As I was saying,
she says, overcoming the canine commotion, "to
be cut wide open and have half my kidney taken
out for such a small tumor just wasn’t cuttin’ it for me. But when I heard of radiofrequency ablation through Dr. Brodwater, I knew I had another option."Read more.

Kim Hennes: The Ovarian-Breast Cancer
Connection

“What about Thanksgiving and Christmas? If I don’t do Thanksgiving and Christmas, no one’s gonna do it!” These were
Kim Hennes’ words as she tried scheduling a hysterectomy with
her gynecologist in advance of
the fast approaching 2005 holiday season. A
year spent battling what she thought were menopausal symptoms had finally come to
a head.

“It was a Wednesday,” recalled Hennes, then 49,
a marketing executive in Wilmington. “That Friday morning I went to work out, pulled into the office parking lot, and the next thing I knew I was down
on all fours. Read more.

 

 

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