CVMC Strokehero Goes to Capitol Hill

The following is an update to a story published in June 2014 in the Health First Center Newsletter, “Stroke Robot

Myra Hefner: Aerobics at the Health First Center

“Since I have diabetes, I need that regular exercise.  The aerobics class provides that for me.  On days when I

Jennifer Perry: Breastfeeding Classes

“Through these classes, I was able to learn everything I needed to know.  They erased all my fears.  It also

Chuck McNulty: Neonatal Transport Unit

“The Neonatal Transport Unit was up there in no time.  My wife, however, wasn’t going to let him go without

Chad Covey: HDR Therapy

“I chose HDR therapy because I didn’t want prolonged external radiation. HDR therapy is much more focused. Because of my

A Letter from a Family Member

“My family and I wish to congratulate you and your staff for the fine job they are doing in the

Randy Curtis

“A modified neck dissection was performed to remove 30 additional lymph nodes in order to see how far the cancer

Mary Beth Turner

“It was obvious that they care very much for each other and cared very much for me, both professionally and

Beth Bock

The staff at Catawba Valley Medical Center’s Radiation Oncology Center was not only upbeat and positive, I could also tell

Heart Patient Stories

STAYING AFLOAT – Ruth Deaton Receives World’s Smallest Heart Monitor to Help REVEAL the Cause of Stroke Ruth Deaton has