Sharon Harrington discusses the profound impact of planned giving
Category Archives: Forsyth stories of remarkable care
Aaron Condon: Why men’s health matters as a father
Eight years ago, Susan Pfefferkorn went in for a routine mammogram at Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center. Susan was no stranger to breast cancer. She’d lost a college friend to the disease back in the 1980s, and her mother had been diagnosed post-menopause. As a result, Susan had always been proactive.
Thompson had a mammogram the previous December. She’d kept up with regular, at-home breast exams. She had lost two aunts to breast cancer. A mother of three, she knew she had to be proactive, so she was.
Nursing is a calling for Julie Schaefer. It always has been.
Behind every doctor and nurse at Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center stands a wide variety of dedicated team members behind the scenes, doing everything from preparing meals to performing ministry.
Nikki Nissen leads with gratitude and humility.
Meet the nurse with a song in her heart.
The first time Tammy Coulter was diagnosed with cancer, she had no signs or symptoms. A routine mammogram had turned up stage 0 ductal carcinoma — a cancer she couldn’t see or touch.
Optimism makes a huge difference in the lives of others.