The Medical Center Report was published by the Office of Communications and Publications, Pitt County Memorial Hospital, and the Office of Information and Publications at East Carolina University. This record contains monthly and bi-monthly editions of the MCR.
Vidant Medical Center (previously, Pitt County Memorial Hospital) is one of four academic medical centers in North Carolina. Vidant Medical Center is the flagship for Vidant Health and serves as the teaching hospital for Brody School of Medicine (formerly known as East Carolina University School of Medicine) at East Carolina University. Vidant Health's mission is to enhance the quality of life for the people and communities it serves, touches, and supports.
This record containsthe expansion of Pitt County Memorial Hospital, PCMH's certification as a Cost Containment Hospital, the Duke Endowment of Charlotte, medical technology, PCMH Board of Trustees, retirement announcements, student training, heliport, budget, bed shortages, admissions, energy savings, employee benefits, exercise, first class of physicians, first class of physicians, emergency department, four-year accredidation, pay raise, training, financial plan, WNCT, radiothon, Brody, Hunt, ECU Medical School, Brody Medical Sciences Building, psychiatric hospital, disaster plan, maternity care, Trauma Center, PCMH Channel 4, transition program, Marilyn Rhodes, Regional Rehabilitation Center, Medicare, birth center, Ronald McDonald House, heart surgery, digital angiography, radiology, medicus, transporters, EastCare, service award, school bus accident, tuition aid, lasers, computer systems, Governor's Volunteer Award, Neonatal fellowship, flex benefit, Children's Hospital, Ken Ackerman, WITN, Miracle Children, telethon, Terry Long, Gaylord Parry, rehab, state board, AIDS, United Way, Watermelon Fest, Joint Commission, media campaigns, Regional Rehabilitation Center, Brenda Hodges, Laupus, MRI, Surgicenter.
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