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Sancar Awarded Key to the City of Chapel Hill

November 25, 2015

Aziz Sancar, who will go to Sweden in two weeks to accept the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, was awarded a key to the city of Chapel Hill while being recognized by Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt and the town council … Continued

UNC Health Care Hosts 10th Annual Multicultural Fair

November 19, 2015

The celebration in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Hospital lobbies stimulated the senses on Nov. 6. The 10th Annual Multicultural Fair was in full swing. Employees, visitors and patients picked up their “passports” and started on their cultural … Continued

UNC Hospitals Provide Support During Decades of Service

September 30, 2015

Pediatric respiratory therapist Mark Hall joined the Florida Army National Guard one month after his seventeenth birthday. He was a high school senior. Hall had been around the Guard his entire life – his dad was full-time Active duty with … Continued

Pediatric Audiology Receives International Honor

September 30, 2015

On Thursday, Sept. 17, the Hear the World Foundation honored the pediatric audiology program at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Hospitals with its Richard Seewald Award, a distinction given annually to recognize an exemplary program specializing in the … Continued

The Nature of Emergency Medicine

September 1, 2015

The girl was dying. Desperate, her father wanted Tim Platts-Mills to help. But the 22-year-old Harvard graduate had only been in Papua New Guinea for a month and wasn’t a doctor. He wasn’t even a medical student. But Platts-Mills ran … Continued