Volume 3 Issue 10: Oct 20, 2023


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Oct 26, 2023

Health Care Heroes 2023: Let's meet our heroes

I know the saying is “never meet your heroes,” but after the COVID-19 pandemic took two years of our lives, I am so honored to be part of an organization bringing some long overdue acknowledgement and celebration to the Health Care workers that saw u ...

Oct 26, 2023

Eyes on the prize: Cape Fear Eye Associates sports new modern look following renovations, expansions and developments

PHOTOS PROVIDED BY CAPE FEAR EYE ASSOCIATESOffice-based surgeries provide patients with more convenient, comfortable and affordable care. COO Leo Swift shared that the new surgery center can accommodate approximately 20 to 25 cataract patients in jus ...

Oct 26, 2023

Our home heroes: My very own health care hero is an inspiration to follow your dreams no matter what

A photo of myself (right) and my brother, Tony Cayton at his white coat ceremony in 2013 - PHOTO PROVIDED BY MARTY CAYTONWelcome to our issue dedicated to the heroes in health care. We have some great stories from health care related organizations wh ...

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Meghan Dorman
Cape Fear Valley Medical Center

Cape Fear Valley Health's Tailored Care for Stroke Patients Helps Improve Outcomes

Posted May 14, 2024
During May, health educators work to raise awareness about the signs and symptoms of having a stroke and the actions you can take to save lives. Fortunately for people in the regions, the Cape Fear Valley Health System provides high-quality emergency
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In The Current Issue

Full time family: Ross I.T. Services co-owner Kellie Ross finds balance between family and running a business

From right to left: The Ross family includes Ross I.T. Services Founder and Co-owner Sam Ross, the youngest in the family Caroline (7), Co-owner Kellie Ross and oldest daughter Hannah (14). Photo provided by Kellie Ross.For the past 18 years, Kellie

Not for profit, for people: CFVH Foundation Vice President shares about her experience navigating motherhood as a working professional

Brooks shared that her favorite part of the role that she has now is working with donors and helping them take their philanthropic investment in health care and see it put to use. Photo provided by CFVH.Cape Fear Valley Health Foundation Vice Preside

Publisher's note: Finding solutions

In May, the Greater Fayetteville Business Journal celebrated small business month and Mother’s Day! In an effort to further recognize both of these important events, we have assembled a few stories highlighting working mothers and “mom-owned” small b