This category deals with any health services representing the State of North Carolina such as disability resources, alternative medicine, emergencies, eye care, fitness, dentists, geriatrics, doctors, and hospitals.
Public-private partnership implementing statewide adolescent pregnancy prevention programs.
Seeks to reduce the human suffering and economic cost of alcoholism and other drug abuse and addiction. Features information on programs and contact details.
An organ and tissue donation and recovery program serving counties in North Carolina and Danville, Virginia.
Not-for-profit healthcare system offers a variety of health and human services at various hospitals.
This service region covers both Carolinas. NA meeting lists and hotline numbers are provided for each.
Grassroots organization promoting freedom of choice related to alternative and holistic health services and products. Features vision, membership, officers and House Bill H842.
One of the country's oldest weight management centers. Features programs, reservations, quick assessments, and FAQs.
Offers comprehensive health assessments, individual and corporate lifestyle retreats.
Offers information on healthy living, low-fat recipes and articles on special disease management programs.
Provides consulting, training and cost-effective solutions for corporations, facilities and individuals. Includes workshops, client list, news, programs, membership information.
A not-for-profit organ procurement organization officed in Charlotte serving southwestern North Carolina and York County, South Carolina.
State agency site outlining services for persons and families with physical and mental health needs focusing on disabilities including visual and hearing impairments, developmental disabilities. Links to other statewide resources.
A collection of links for health care providers, services and programs across the state. Also includes health information from the National Library of Medicine.
SCHS collects, analyzes, and publishes North Carolina health statistics including vital records (births, deaths, marriages, and divorces).
Establishes standards and certifications for alcoholism and addiction service delivery systems.
Consumer resource for special services and support including housing, long term care, nursing, legal rights, employment for aging citizens.
The system of services provided by different agencies and programs for children with special needs ages birth to five and their families. Presents programs, archives, and coordinating council.
A library resource that circulates books and magazines especially made for persons who cannot use regular printed material because of a visual or physical disability. Resource for talking books.
4 Hospitals and other health organizations with links to each.
Rehabilitative speech-language pathologist private practice. Includes company background as well as information about services offered and job opportunities.
Student health services, health resources, pharmacy, immunizations, travel clinic, health promotions, physical therapy.
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