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Chrystal Livingston-Hawks
· May 7, 2017
Worst experience ever brought my mom in yesterday in extreme pain the staff were more worried about what they were eating and what was left off their order. Dr ...Tripp had no bedside manner we had to keep asking if her test were back what was wrong with her and so on. When he finally came in her saw her he was I don't know what to do for her. See More
Linda Rawls
· April 7, 2017
I had to go out to the er Tuesday and Dr.Tripp was there he said nothing was wrong with me but all in the same breath said I have a stricture and there was noth...ing he could do for me and it won't his problem I'm not sure why I'm doing this because you all never do anything about these asshole Drs. Dr.Lowery referred me to the surgeons in vidant surgerical department it's an ASAP situation with me and you all could care less if I live or die I don't think if I can help it I won't be back to vidant chowan hospital I may die if I do See More
Scarlet Baum Clarke
· January 12, 2017
Dr Roberson is WONDERFUL in icu! We have nothing but compliments for him! He is very informative and drops in frequently to check on my father in law. Nothing but good things to say about him and the staff of the icu! Thank you!
Sheila Campbell Fitzpatrick
· April 9, 2017
Too much in a hurry to get someone out of the hospital .my mom was on oxygen one day and out the other oxygen level is still very love she still will not eat the nurses on the second floor somewhere okay and some had the worst attitudes I have ever seen should not even be nurses
Amy Augustinell
· October 26, 2016
This was not our first visit but it was by far the worse visit brought my daughter in with diarrhea and vomiting black the Dr who I thought was a nurse cam in o...nce never introduce himself left and the nurse explained that they would take blood and urine so ok they did that and then about another hr goes by finally the discharge nurse came in with a script and a paper for me to sign and said do u have any questions and I was like ummmm yea we never saw a Dr so what is wrong with my daughter she leaves to go get the Dr he comes in with food in his mouth and wiping his hands on his scrubs and said its a stomach bug she's good so at that point I was done and went right over to her pediatrician who I love and he did a thorough exam even check the vomit I brought in for blood and sent it out for a culture and explained everything to me and even gave me the results of the blood work that was taken in the er......so to the nurses and the lady who took blood thank u for being so caring and to the Dr who I felt could really care less maybe u should look for a job that doesn't deal with scared parents/family members See More
Chenara Hayes
· April 25, 2017
Too slow. People go to the hospital for help not to stay in there all day long. Especially if it's something minor they can fix.
Joyce Jordan Lassiter
· April 30, 2017
The ER unit, ICU, and Floor, has taken care of mom several times, the past several months. They always did what they thought best for my mom, and sent her to Greenville as needed. I THANK them for the care given my mom!!
J Carol Edwards
· February 28, 2017
Dr Braswell is awesome and my nurses were very good....first time ever have I been treated so well and got in and our in a timely manner...
Rachel Kubiak
· March 13, 2017
Everyone was amazing and professional I have had bad er wait times here and not bad wait times but the staff has always been patient and caring.
Arlene Tarkington
· April 5, 2017
Our Physical Therapy Department is the best ever! Special kudos to Jackie, Crystal and Dustin. They got me up and running (literally) in no time!
Sue Bunch
· May 2, 2017
I took my husband there yesterday was very happy with the Dr. And everyone there they were careing and and explain everything to us. If we need a ER again we will be going there. Thanks to everyone in the ER.Great job yall did.
Derik Davis
· May 18, 2017
Great hospital with a great staff. They offer quality care close to home.
Lisa Ashley Williams
· September 1, 2016
This rating is purely in relation to our experience with my mother today in the ER. We have already spoken with hospital president Mr. Sackrisson about our issu...es. I hope and pray that I am never put in a situation where I must depend on ER staff at Vidant Chowan Hospital. Someone needs to be in there running the place! Nurse Robert was great however. Thank you, Robert. See More
Terry Angel Turner
· April 19, 2017
Horrible experience on the Doctor's part, wouldn't go back if I had to do it again , nursing staff was excellent they bent over backwards to help.
Michelle Theresa Rowell
· February 23, 2016
I'm currently sitting in the hospital right now and if it were a visit for myself I would have left by now. But it is for my son. Who is wheezing and having a h...ard time breathing. We have been here for 3 hours. We first tried the urgent care but their doors were locked at 6:30 when they claim to close at 7. My son does not feel well at all and like most children who don't feel well is cranky. There was no one at the front desk when we walked in. I had to stand there and wait for some to show up. Finally get checked in and got the vitals taken. We then sat in the waiting room for three hours. When a room became available they refered to my son as "The Screamer" and that he can go first so they don't have to hear that again. Wow.....they must really care so much.
And I'm still waiting for my son to be seen.......
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Katelyn Griggs
· November 10, 2015
Sadly, I had to go to the hospital last night. I've always loved this hospital but after last night, I don't think I will be going back if I can choose. I'm 11 ...weeks pregnant and I was having awful pain in my lower abdomen and I could not use the bathroom. I was bent over in crying pain. My husband took me at 11:00pm. I was checked in and told to sit down. They called me back, checked my vitals. Then I was told they didn't have a room for me, but I could sit in the hall. So we sat in the hall and waited. By this point, my pain was a 10, and I could barley sit still. None of the nurses ever checked on me, nobody asked me if I was okay, or if they could get me anything. They saw me crying and acted like I wasn't even there. The ER was crowed and other people were also getting very upset. The nurses were sitting at the nurses station laughing and talking with each other. After an hour of sitting there, my husband went to the desk and asked because I was pain when could the doctor see me. They told my husband he was working on other things and couldn't see patents right now. We waited 30 minutes more and I couldn't stand it anymore. We went to the front desk and told them we were leaving and going to another hospital. I told the lady I was pregnant with my first child and I was scared something was going on with the baby. She told my husband and I, there were other patients in more critical condition then I was, and If I was really in pain I would stay. We just left. We were so upset. I was never seen or checked on. I am very disappointed in the hospital and staff. I will not be paying any bills. See More
Tracy Holley
· May 21, 2017
It is a good hospital to me the nurse come in and check you then the doctor come in.
Shanika Lanier
· February 20, 2017
My son was in and out...and due to his illness which was the flu..it wasnt really much they could do to help him...but the nurses was wonderful and i thank them all...
Katelyn Evick
· December 9, 2016
Shittiest hospital I've been in. Unless I absolutely have to I don't come to this hospital . A rating of one is too good for this place.
Carissa Elizabeth Marie Callahan
· December 6, 2016
Everyone has been nice and helpful. The nursing staff is amazing! Thank you for the dedication and patience .
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Vidant Chowan Hospital sponsors 1st Annual Health Careers Boot Camp

Vidant Chowan Hospital, in partnership with John A. Holmes High School, sponsored the 1st Annual Health Careers Boot Camp. The opportunity was open to rising 11th and 12th graders of John A. Holmes High, who had a potential interest in a future career in healthcare. The camp was designed to heighten awareness of and provide students with a variety of experiences in healthcare. This opportunity also allowed t...he students to determine the classes they need to take in preparation for their college education and other enrichment programming.

Students participated in shadowing rotations throughout the campus of Vidant Chowan Hospital, and were also given time to talk with members of health professions about their careers and how they reached their career goals. The camp was conducted June 12-15, 2017 and three exceptional students were selected to participate in the program; Carlos Patino, Kayla White and Hannah Painter. The students will be seniors at John A. Holmes High School during the upcoming 2017-2018 school year.

Pictured from left to right: Carlos Patino, Kayla White and Hannah Painter accepting their certificates of completion of the Vidant Chowan Hospital Health Careers Boot Camp.

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Vidant Chowan Hospital sponsoring John A. Holmes High School Collegiate Soccer Camp

Vidant Chowan Hospital is partnering with John A. Holmes High School Athletics’ to provide a collegiate soccer camp for the Aces Men’s Soccer Team. The Coaching staff of the Chowan University Varsity Soccer Team will conduct the camp at Purser Soccer Complex in Edenton, July 17 through the 21.

Dr. Thomas DiMartino, head coach of the Aces Soccer Team and Dr. Samuel Moskowitz, assistant coach, ...have been working with middle and high school soccer players in recent years, in an effort to encourage healthy behaviors in young men and to support school athletics. Drs. DiMartino and Moskowitz also identified the need for a collegiate soccer camp. The specialized training provided at a collegiate soccer camp offers athletes the opportunity to work with trained professionals to specifically focus on their individual talents and areas of improvement.

Pictured front row: Dr. Thomas DiMartino, Aces Men’s Soccer head coach and provider at Vidant Family Medicine-Hertford.
Back row from left to right: Dr. Samuel Moskowitz, Aces Men’s Soccer assistant coach and provider at Vidant Family Medicine-Edenton; Conner Avery, Aces Men’s Soccer team captain; Jeff Sackrison, Vidant Chowan Hospital President; Eric Gonzalez, Aces Men’s Soccer team captain; Rachel Johnson, Aces Men’s Soccer assistant coach.

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A great time was had by all at the Edenton Steamers opening game on Tuesday night! Vidant Bertie and Vidant Chowan Hospitals sponsored the game, and lots of employees' children helped with the Pledge of Allegiance. Richard and Shelli Simmons' son, Clark, threw out the first pitch. And, to top it off, the Steamers defeated the Morehead City Marlins!

Go Steamers!

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The Edenton Aces Baseball Team is heading out to the 2017 NCHSAA Baseball State Championship Playoffs this weekend! Vidant Chowan Hospital staff will recognize this accomplishment with a “Blue and Gold” day on Friday, June 2 to show support for the team. Please wear your blue and gold gear to support our hometown team!

GO ACES!

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Vidant Chowan Hospital staff show support for Red Nose Day!

Red Nose Day is a campaign dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty by simply having fun and making people laugh. The money raised through Red Nose Day supports projects that ensure kids are safe, healthy, educated, and empowered. Red Nose Day funds programs in all 50 states and in some of the poorest communities in Latin America, Asia and Africa. To learn more, visit www.rednoseday.org.
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Advance Care Planning Presentation

Tuesday, June 6 | 2 - 3:30 p.m.
Vidant Chowan Hospital | Education Center Classrooms

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Professionals will be on site to help you complete your living will, health care power of attorney and other important legal documents.

For more information or to register, call 855-MYVIDANT (855-698-4326).

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We hope you will join us for our annual Men's Health Social and Dinner!

Thursday, June 8 | 6:00 pm
Edenton United Methodist Church | 225 Virginia Road, Edenton

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Take a break from your projects, and make plans to join us to learn about building a better you. Meet local health experts, and enjoy remarks from Dr. Gary Fontana of Vidant Cardiology and Stacey Greenway from the East Carolina Heart Institute at Vidant Medical Center. They will both be sharing tips on how to keep your heart healthy.

Seats are limited, so register today!
855-MYVIDANT (855-698-4326)
VidantHealth.com/MensHealth

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Staff, as well as Whiskee Lou, Canine Volunteer at Vidant Chowan, enjoyed today's hospital week picnic!

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Join Vidant Chowan Hospital and Dixie 105.7 at our annual spring health fair! TODAY, May 11th, until noon at the Perquimans County Recreation Department. Free screenings, health and community vendors, Zumba sessions, and an 11am educational session with a nurse practitioner!

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Hospital Week festivities continue with an employee ice cream social. Even Vidant Chowan's Canine volunteer, Bodhi got in on the ice cream action!

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Congratulations to Wendy Davenport, Nursing House Supervisor, for being named the most recent Vidant Chowan Hospital Employee of the Quarter! Wendy exhibits the Vidant Health values of integrity, compassion, education, accountability, safety and teamwork every day.

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Vidant Chowan Hospital began National Hospital Week by honoring our Employees with a pancake breakfast on Monday. Thank you to all of our dedicated staff members for the fantastic care they provide to our patients and their families - every single day!

Pictured are staff participating in the Crazy Hair Day Contest and our dedicated Administrative Leadership Team serving up a delicious pancake breakfast!

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#HappyNursesWeek to our amazing nurses! Your care and compassion shine through today and every day. We appreciate all you do for our patients!

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Community Health Fair
Thursday, May 11 | 9:00 am – noon
Perquimans County Recreation Center
310 Granby Street, Hertford

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Join Vidant Chowan Hospital and the Perquimans County Senior Center for valuable health screenings, information, healthy snacks and giveaways at a health fair designed for you. Enjoy zumba demonstrations at 9:30 and 10:30 and an educational mini-session at 11:00 with Beata Chuba, nurse practitioner with Vidant Family Medicine-Hertford.

In addition to blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol and bone density screenings, free stroke assessments will also be offered, free of charge! Just one STROKE can cut your life in half. So, take 15 minutes out of your day and participate in this quick and easy screening. It’s one of the most important investments you’ll ever make for yourself and your loved ones!

For more information, call 252-482-6242.

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