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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE—TRIAD NC | VOLUME 14—ISSUE 1 58 HEALTH & WELLNESS outpatient rehabilitation, cancer care, heart care, sports medicine, and other walk-in services. MedCen- ter Kernersville ofers a full range of similar services. MedCenter Mebane ofers similar services to High Point and Kernersville with the addition of being an outpatient surgery center. UNC Regional Physicians is a multi-specialty group of physician practices, a wholly-owned sub- sidiary of High Point Regional Health (HPRH). Together they have been serving the needs of the Greater High Point, Asheboro, Jamestown, Thomas- ville, Lexington and southwest Greensboro areas for more than 12 years. "High Point Regional is known for the exceptional treatment patients receive and we are excited that we can provide that same level of treatment for our pediatric patients," said Rob Poth, MD, Chief of Pedi- atrics at High Point Regional. "By adding an inpatient pediatric unit, we are expanding the care we ofer to our community and our children can receive the care they need close to home without additional stress or inconvenience from traveling." The Kernodle Clinic was opened in 1949 by three Duke University graduates and quickly was known as one of the most modern and best-equipped facilities of its kind in the south. Today, they maintain that reputa- tion for innovation and quality medical care. Kernodle Clinic is a multi-specialty group practice with more than 50 medical providers in 15 areas of specialty – the only such practice serving the Burlington/Alamance County area. With locations in Burlington, Elon, and Mebane, a Kernodle Clinic is conveniently located and ofers services from family medicine to cardiology to sports medicine to OB/GYN and more. Eagle Physicians celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2015 and thanks their patients for trusting them with their health care for over 20 years. "Eagle is diferent because we are owned by doctors who live and work right here, in the Greensboro area," said Vicki Gregory, CEO of Eagle Physicians. With eleven ofces throughout Guilford County, compre- hensive care in family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, gastroenterology, OB/GYN, endocrinology, geriatrics and endoscopy is only minutes away. There are even evening and weekend appointments at Eagle's After Hours Care Facility. Wendover OB/GYN & Infertility for obstetric and gynecologic care in Greensboro assures patients the continuity of care with a physician who is always available. If you select one of their physicians or one of their certifed nurse midwives as your primary obstet- ric provider, they will then oversee and coordinate your prenatal care. Wendover OB/GYN is the frst OB/GYN practice in the Triad to have all physicians certifed in the da Vinci ® robotic assisted surgery for treatments. Benefts to the patient include low blood loss, low conversion rate to open surgery, low rate of complications, short hospital stay, minimal scarring and shorter recovery time. Of course no collection of medical information in Triad would be complete without a mention of the area's larg- est and most widely noted hospital, Wake Forest Uni- versity Baptist Medical Center (WFUBMC). One of the nation's most noted teaching hospitals and research centers, WFUBMC serves the southeast as an integrated health care system and research facility, housing the Wake Forest School of Medicine as well as North Carolina Baptist Hospital. The new Medical Plaza - North Elm is now open in Greensboro ofering a wide range of care from ultrasound and pediatric specialties to weight loss management and reproductive medicine. Wake Forest Baptist Health is also now welcoming patients at its new Sports Medicine – Strat- ford site in Winston-Salem. An experienced team of ortho- paedic surgeons, family medicine doctors, physical thera- pists and massage therapists are on hand to diagnose and treat simple to complex injuries and conditions. Novant Health is made up of Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center, Novant Health Medical Park Hospital, Novant Health Kernersville Medical Center and Novant Health Clemmons Medical Center. Novant Health and Forsyth Medical Center ofers a large physician network of services that represent a broad range of specialties. Healthcare is more than a service in the Triad Region; it's an infuential partner to the economy, a teacher, and, in many cases, literally a lifesaver. Dr. Aaron Williams of Pain and Laser Centers of North Carolina has worked in chiropractic care and pain management, since graduating in 1998. Dr. Williams is dedicated to providing the Triad with the fnest quality of care for your pain afordably. Dr. Williams has been a fea- tured speaker at Moses Cone Medical Center many times over the past few years and regularly treats celebrities and athletes visiting at the Coliseum. Dr. Sarah C. Shoaf of Salem Smiles Orthodontics has over 23 years' experience, including over 15 years' experi- ence with Invisalign. Whether you choose the invisible, com- fortable Invisalign system, or traditional braces, you'll soon have a great new smile. Dr. Shoaf also ofers AcceleDent, a new revolutionary pulsing machine that cuts treatment time in half when used on a daily basis at home. The 3-D scan- ner at Salem Smiles takes more accurate impressions than traditional molding, and creates a long-term model for use for any necessary retainer remakes. The use of high levels of technology has set the ofce apart in terms of ease and esthetics of treatment. Salem Smiles also ofers a free initial consultation, and will work with all insurances. With ofces located in Winston-Salem, Clemmons and King, NC, Chermak & Hanson Orthodontics is able to meet the needs of all its patients. Dr. David Chermak, Dr. John Hanson and their team of skilled professionals work together striving to help you achieve and maintain a beautiful, healthy smile for a lifetime. They ofer a variety of the most advanced braces including GAC In-Ovation self-ligating braces and clear braces. []

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