The Granville Health System (GHS) Foundation will host its eleventh annual Art Gala on Saturday, November 23 at the Henderson Country Club.
Granville Health System (GHS) announces it will host a “Mammos and Muffins” event every Saturday in October.
Granville Health System (GHS) welcomes Dr. Leslie Thomas to Granville Primary Care, Oxford. Dr. Thomas is accepting new patients and scheduling appointments.
Granville Health System (GHS) recently received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With the Guidelines Target: Stroke Honor Roll Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award. The award recognizes the hospital’s commitment to ensuring stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence.
The Granville Health System Foundation has announced that Emily Grace Wright of Oxford was awarded the ninth annual Sam Perry Scholarship.
Granville Health System (GHS) recently celebrated National Hospital Week. A portion of the planned activities included an opportunity for employees of the Health System to donate health and hygiene items to the local food pantry, ACIM (Area Congregations in Ministry).
Granville Health System celebrates May 19 – 25 as EMS Week. With the national theme of EMS Strong the organization will recognize the group throughout the week.
On Monday, May 6, 2019 Granville Health System kicked off the celebration of National Nurses Week with a Blessing of the Hands ceremony.
Oxford Mayor Jacqueline (Jackie) vdH Sergent recently signed a proclamation declaring May 6 – 12, 2019 as Nurses Week in the City of Oxford.
Granville Health System (GHS) has announced that L. C. Adcock resigned from their Board of Trustees effective April 1, 2019. Granville County Commissioner and GHS Board of Trustees member David Smith replaces him as board chair.
Granville Health System recently celebrated its volunteers at an awards banquet held on April 16, 2019. The Health System was pleased to recognize its volunteers for their more than 15,000 volunteer hours served in 2018.
Granville Health System continues its partnership with the local Area Congregations in Ministry (ACIM) by hosting a food drive throughout the weekend of April 26 – 28, 2019.
On Tuesday, April 23, Granville Health System held the quarterly Employee Awards Luncheon. Employees were recognized for milestone lengths of service.
The eighth annual Granville Ambulance Chase & Food Truck Rodeo announced the official results of the community event held on Saturday, March 16, 2019.
GHS celebrates Granville County’s First Baby of the New Year, Layla Casarrubias Cipriano, daughter to Sandra Cipriano Cortes and Virginio Casarrubias Pena.
Granville Health System (GHS) celebrates the birth of a rare Christmas Day baby, Nathan Cox, son to Heather and Josh Cox.
Granville Health System (GHS) recently held a ribbon-cutting for the newly remodeled South Granville Medical Center. The building is the home of Granville Primary Care, Butner-Creedmoor as well as Granville ExpressCare and the Granville Occupational Medicine Program.
Granville Health System (GHS) announced it has selected Ann Marie Holtzman-Wheeler as its Chief Nursing Officer. Holtzman-Wheeler has been serving in an interim capacity since August 2018.
Granville Health System (GHS) recently held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new medical office building that will be built on the health system’s main campus.
Obesity is a growing concern in the US and is an important risk factor for nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
It is October and flu season is quickly approaching! Seasonal flu viruses are present year-round but they are most common in the fall and winter months.
GHS recently deployed a seven-member GHS team of clinicians to Onslow Memorial Hospital in response to the emergent needs presented by Hurricane Florence.
Hurricane Florence is headed toward North Carolina and there are things you can do to be ready. Preparation is the best protection against the dangers of a hurricane.
Pancreatitis is a rare, but serious cause of upper abdominal pain and vomiting. You should seek medical treatment immediately for any sudden and severe abdominal pain, especially if you are unable to eat.
The Granville Health System (GHS) Board of Trustees announced it has selected John F. Snow as its Chief Executive Officer. Snow will begin his new position on August 13, replacing former CEO L. Lee Isley who resigned in March to accept the position of President and CEO of Nash UNC Health Care in Rocky Mount, NC.
OXFORD, NC - Granville Health System (GHS) recently announced the opening of Granville Gastroenterology Associates on the campus of Granville Medical Center. Dr. Abraham will lead the practice and is currently accepting new patients.