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6:00 am
Tue May 15, 2012

Wake County, UNC Explore Mental Health Care Partnership

Wake County residents who need mental health care could become UNC Health Care patients later this year.

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4:10 pm
Tue April 10, 2012

Legislative Committee Votes To Limit UNC Health Care

A legislative committee has voted to recommend limiting the size of UNC Health Care.

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Health
2:50 pm
Tue December 6, 2011

Chronic Illness Clinic to Open

A new health care facility for patients with chronic illnesses opens tomorrow in Chapel Hill. The clinic called Carolina Advanced Health is a joint effort between Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina and UNC Health Care. It's designed to treat members of Blue Cross with chronic illnesses like diabetes, COPD and depression. Doctor Thomas Warcup is the director of the new facility. He says it brings together different specialists to keep patients out of the Emergency Room or urgent care clinics.

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Health
6:10 am
Tue May 17, 2011

UNC Health Care Board Considers WakeMed Offer

UNC Health Care board members say they're not interested in selling Rex Hospital to WakeMed.

Last week, officials at WakeMed sent a letter to U-N-C President Tom Ross offering to buy Rex Hospital for 750 million dollars. That's about three times what UNC paid to buy Rex 11 years ago. Yesterday afternoon, board members for UNC Health Care sent Ross a resolution saying a committee will study the financial implications of selling the Raleigh hospital. But the resolution says Rex is an integral part of UNC's teaching and business infrastructure. 

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Health
6:45 pm
Thu May 12, 2011

UNC's Ross Cool to WakeMed Offer for Rex

A proposal from WakeMed to buy Rex Healthcare from UNC is getting a chilly response. UNC president Thomas Ross said in a statement selling Rex Healthcare would be damaging to its core mission and not in the best interest of the people of North Carolina. He went on to say UNC Health Care's board of directors will discuss the proposal on Monday. WakeMed President and CEO Bill Atkinson says there are number of uncertainties over health care in Wake County.

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