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Stories of remarkable care


‘She Was a Giver.’

The day before Ale Skinkle died, she paid a visit to the infusion center at Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center.

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Making healthcare the best it can be

Recently, there was a mother at Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center.

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The power of legacy – plan today to make a future impact

Sharon Harrington discusses the profound impact of planned giving

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Achieving change

Brian Canavan brings passion, community focus to philanthropy

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Family comes first

Aaron Condon: Why men’s health matters as a father

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A new lease on life

When Yeakley checked in on January 29, he thought he was only experiencing digestion discomfort and he’d be discharged in short order.

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Meet ‘the mindful heart doctor’

Well before COVID-19 hit, a different kind of epidemic was impacting physicians across the country — a rampant and, at times, debilitating state of burnout.

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‘I went in for that mammogram, and I knew right away that something was up.’

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.

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‘It changes your outlook’

Allan Cheatham believes in taking care of people and giving back to the community where he lives and owns a business.

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‘Cancer sucks’

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.

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