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
Radiology is an inpatient and outpatient oriented department. The patient population includes approximately 30% inpatients and 70% outpatients. Services are available for neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients. The Radiology department performs approximately 65,000 exams per year. The following is a breakdown of sub-department hours of service:
Computed Tomography: Normal business hours 7:30 am-10:00 pm M-F for scheduled procedures. Twenty-four hour coverage for emergency and inpatient studies is provided 365 days per year.
Diagnostic Radiography: 24-hour coverage is provided with staff on duty 365 days/year. Routine fluoroscopic exams and diagnostic procedures are generally scheduled for normal business hours 7:30 am-4:00 pm M-F, and after hours by Radiologist approval. Routine radiographic exams can be done on a walk-in basis from 7:30 am to 10:00 pm, M-F.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Normal business hours 8:00 am -7:00 pm M-F . The Radiology department will attempt to call back MRI personnel for emergency cord compression exams after normal business hours.
Nuclear Medicine: Normal business hours are 7:00 am-4:30 pm M-F, emergency cases will be handled as needed.
Ultrasound: Normal business hours 7:30-8:00 pm M-F. On-call coverage provided after normal business hours M-F, and all day Saturday, Sunday, and holidays.
Cardiac Cath/Special Procedures: Normal business hours 7:30am-4:00p M-F. The Radiology department will attempt to call back Special Procedures personnel for emergency interventional vascular procedures after normal business hours.
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