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We Are North Carolina's Health System

Everything we do at UNC Health Care is to help our state stay healthy. There are over 10 million people in North Carolina, giving us 10 million reasons to making sure you have what you need, where and when you need it.


From common to complex, we've got you covered.

We're partnering with other innovators to put health care at your fingertips, offering 24/7 virtual appointments, and developing clinical trials to give more hope. We've got an expert for everything, so you don't miss anything.

Bringing innovation to NC

We're one of a handful of health systems in the nation to collaborate with Apple to sync your medical records with your Apple Health App. Your My UNC Chart account makes your health information accessible 24/7 and makes your care more seamless. And now, you can connect My UNC Chart to your Apple Health App to better track your daily health information.

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Cardiogenic Shock Collaboration between UNC Medical Center & UNC REX Healthcare

WRAL interviews Dr. Jason Katz of UNC Medical Center and Dr. Adam Peterik and Dr. Alan Kypson of UNC REX Healthcare about collaboration efforts for cardiogenic shock patients. A portable ECMO tool 'paused' the effects of cardiac arrest.

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First Islet Cell Transplant Program in NC Gives Patients a Better Option

The Chronic Pancreatitis and Autologous Islet Cell Transplant Program, created by Chirag S. Desai, MD, helps patients by eliminating severe pain and reducing or ending the use of narcotics, while preventing brittle diabetes.

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First Female Chair of UNC Surgery Discusses Sex Bias in Drug Development

UNC surgeon-scientist Dr. Melina Kibbe is featured by WRAL. Dr. Kibbe discusses her career path as well as the journey that brought her into the spotlight as the leader of a national fight against sex bias in drug development.

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Three cancer diagnoses in a month met with strength and hope

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Caring for Children of NC and Beyond

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UNC Health Care has 10 Million Reasons to Push Boundaries

There are 10 million people in North Carolina. That gives UNC Health Care 10 million reasons to push boundaries. 

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