Depts. and Specializations
- Physician Directory
- Admissions / Registration
- Critical Care Unit
- Day Surgery
- Down East Medical Supply
- Emergency Dept
- Family Birth Center
- Hospitalist Program
- Lenoir Memorial Cancer Center
- Lenoir Memorial Sleep Center
- Lenoir Orthopedics
- Lenoir Surgical
- Rehabilitation Services
Critical Care Unit
The Critical Care Unit is a 14-bed unit located at the south end of the third floor. The purpose of this unit is to provide intensive clinical services to critically ill patients in the most proficient, cost effective manner, utilizing a highly skilled multidisciplinary team and specialized equipment.
CCU seeks to provide a holistic approach to the nursing care of the critically ill patient, prevention of complications, and restoration of the patient to a stable condition. The nursing care consists of assessment, problem identification, and implementation of a planned intervention, evaluation of effectiveness of care as well as the patient's response to medical and nursing therapy.
CCU provides an environment in which optimal care can be delivered to the patient during a critical illness. The environment of the unit provides a setting that is conducive with promoting rest and meeting the patient's spiritual, physical and emotional needs. The nursing staff of CCU maintains a high level of knowledge and specialty skills current in critical practice by regularly attending appropriate inservices and education.
The Critical Care Unit at Lenoir Memorial prides itself on the ability to assess the needs of the critically ill patient and the patient's family members. A holistic approach to excellent patient care is maintained and reviewed each shift with the use of a team approach to total patient care. CCU has the ability to monitor the patient closely with the specific use of hemodynamic monitoring equipment as well as heart, blood pressure, temperature, and oxygen levels.
Visitation is monitored closely by the CCU staff. A waiting room is located near the unit for the convenience of family members. The waiting room phone number is 252-522-7935. For more information about the Critical Care Unit, please call 252-522-7377.
Dr. Charles Moore joins staff
The Lenoir Memorial medical community would like to welcome Dr. Charles Moore to the medical staff. Dr. Moore recently completed a fellowship in minimally invasive/ bariatric surgery at the ECU Brody School of Medicine. Prior to his move to Greenville he was an attending surgeon, trauma, critical care, and general surgeon at the Aria Health System in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Moore is married to Lisa a professor at the Brody School of Medicine. They have two children. Dr. Moore may be reached at Lenoir Surgical 252-775-5999.LEARN MORE
HealthLink - Fall 2014
Check out the latest edition of Lenoir HealthLink! Download the pdf.LEARN MORE
Health Needs Assessment
Lenoir County Health Department and Lenoir Memorial Hospital are conducting a county-wide health assessment. Your opinions about our community are important to us. Please complete the 2014 Community Health Assessment survey located at this link https;//docs.google.com/forms/d/1aAOrM2yYy9LUs7uhbpQY8H3Ckxdizx6xL7dG02zRjw0/viewform?usp=send_form
Farmers Market pre-ordered deliveries at LMH
Join Chelsea Sutton from Natures Touch Farm in LaGrange as she explains the pre-order process and describes products available from local farmers that will make access to fresh, local, and organic options easy for pick up at LMH. Pre-order online every other week for pick up on alternate Tuesdays outside the Minges Wellness Center. Pre-ordering online opens July 14. Information session are on July7 and July 10 at 1 p.m. at the Minges Wellness Center in studio A.LEARN MORE
Lenoir Memorial receives $282,898 grant from The Duke Endowment
Lenoir Memorial has received a $282,898 grant from The Duke Endowment to fund the development of a primary stroke center. The grant will be used to develop a comprehensive program that will stabilize the treatment stroke patients including initial acute care. Program components will include prevention, treatment, and post-care follow-up. Constance Hengel, director of Community Programming and Development states, "Death rates from stroke in eastern NC are among the highest in the state and the nation so better stroke outcomes are the goal in this intervention. Rapid recognition of stroke and reduction of time from event to treatment will be a major focus in the project. Time is brain and every minute counts for someone having a stroke. Our hope is to help the community becomes more aware of stroke symptoms and improved recognition and time for getting affected residents to our hospital quickly so we can provide rapid treatment."LEARN MORE
Join Dr. Geeta Katwa, Carolina Regional Arthritis and Rheumatology, PA for a community education presentation on Gout. If you have Gout, then you know that Gout presents with sudden, severe attacks of pain, redness and tenderness in joints, most often the joint at the base of the big toe. Dr. Katwa will field questions and help you understand the complex arthritis that is Gout.LEARN MORE
Pumkin: from pizza to pie and everything in between
We all know that pumpkins make great jack-o-lanterns and yummy pies. But did you know that pumpkin as a food has many versatile uses? Did you know it is a nutritional powerhouse and offers many health benefits? Come join our Registered Dietitian, Angie Watson, RD, LDN, CDE, for a sampling of tasty pumpkin recipies, and learn about the many nutritional benefits of pumpkin.LEARN MORE
Keeping a happy heart: Tips on how to stay heart healthy!
Take a look at your to-do list today. Do you have "get heart healthy" listed? If not, you should! According to the Centers for Disease Control, heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. Come join Graham as he discusses heart healthy tips to reduce your risk for heart disease.LEARN MORE
Learn the moves of the THRILLER DANCE
The exercise experts at the Minges Wellness Center will be teaching Michael Jackson's THRILLER dance during the month of October. One of his all time greatest hits, it is something that no one can resist grooving and moving to and it's easy! There will be a variety of workshops offered all leading up to a final class showcasing the dance on Halloween day, Friday, October 31 at 12 Noon at Lenoir Memorial. Call 252-522-7207 or 252-522-7944 for more details on how you can participate.LEARN MORE
Lenoir Memorial and CINTAS Document Management are sponsoring a community-wide SHRED EVENT. CINTAS will be on hand for community members to safely and confidentially destroy personal and home paperwork and documents through a shredding disposal method. No cardboard accepted.LEARN MORE