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On June 1 at 8:30 AM the Mayor of Belhaven, Adam O'Neal will begin his second walk to Washington, DC. There will be a short ceremony beginning at 9:00 AM at the Wynn's Gut Park on the water front in Belhaven before the walk begins.
Recent media reports of declining revenue, lagging patient volume and reduced operating surplus have not slowed Vidant Health from plunging ahead with plans for numerous acquisitions, mergers and/or joint ventures, but to accomplish these goals Vidant needs an infusion of capital.
The latest from Belhaven, NC is not good news. After Vidant Health Inc. reached a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice and the North Carolina NAACP, a ally of Vidant Health called Pantego Creek, LLC announced that it would stand in the way of the hospital staying open.
The latest from Belhaven, NC is not good news. After Vidant Health Inc. reached a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice and the North Carolina NAACP, a ally of Vidant Health called Pantego Creek, LLC announced that it would stand in the way of the hospital staying open.
Stan, here is a video documenting Mayor O'Neal's walk, and below are the many articles and TV stories about it so far.
On Tuesday, July 22 at 12 p.m., Hyde County citizens will share their stories from the last 20 days since the hospital closed of their loved ones suffering and in one case dying waiting to be transported to an emergency room.
At the Beaufort County Commissioners on July 7, 2014, Mayor Adam O'Neal promised to walk to Washington, DC to seek relief from the Federal government to keep Belhaven's hospital open with a fully functional emergency room and a 10 bed facility.
Story of America contributors Eric Byler and Annabel Park are diligently preparing a documentary pursuant to Vidant's closing of Pungo District Hospital, and we have their first two installments here.
Vidant Health Systems, which recently acquired Pungo Hospital now proposes to close it April 1, or soon thereafter. The hospital real estate is owned by a private corporation.
At a community meeting at Vidant Pungo Hospital in Belhaven, Dr. David Herman, president and CEO of Vidant Health, unveiled more details about the agreement to keep Vidant Pungo Hospital open and to transfer ownership of the hospital to the Belhaven community.
Story of America contributors Eric Byler and Annabel Park are diligently preparing a documentary pursuant to Vidant's closing of Pungo District Hospital, and we have their first two installments here.
We have just recently come into possession of two new video vignettes produced by Eric Blyer and Annabel Park from their upcoming documentary on the closing of Belhaven's Pungo hospital.
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