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CaroMont Health Foundation Announces 2023 Grant Cycle

The CaroMont Health Foundation is pleased to announce the opening of the 2023 grant cycle, an annual program aimed at supporting initiatives tackling the most pressing health care issues facing the region.


Great Tips for Great Sleep

Sleep keeps us healthy and allows time for our brains and bodies to recover from the day's activity and stress. If you want to get more restful sleep at night, try these tips.


Cold Weather Skin Care: Looking After Your Skin This Winter

Our lips, hands, hair and nails can all suffer from the exposure to cold, but our skin is especially vulnerable in cold weather. How can we best protect our skin from the harsher weather and stay glowing all winter long?


Mitigating Seasonal Affective Disorder: Five Things You Can Do

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a depression triggered by changes in daylight and weather, most commonly occurring during the winter months.


A Doctor’s Guide: What is Type 2 Diabetes and How Can Your Primary Care Provider Help?

Dr. Julia Roos is a primary care physician with CaroMont Family Medicine in Shelby. Daily, she sees patients with a variety of health concerns, including type 2 diabetes. We asked her important questions about the disease.


CaroMont Health Opens New Primary and Urgent Care Office in Cherryville

Located at 910 E. Church Street, the 7,600-square-foot facility will offer a full range of family medicine and primary care services, as well as urgent care. The practice is welcoming new patients.


CaroMont Regional Medical Center Awarded 'A' Hospital Safety Grade from Leapfrog Group

This is the thirteenth ‘A’ grade for CaroMont Regional Medical Center, more than any other hospital in the Charlotte region.


Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) on the Rise: What Parents Need to Know

Millie Driggers, board-certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with CaroMont Pediatric Partners in Gastonia answers common questions regarding this year's elevated concern for RSV, especially in young children.


Area Health Systems Limit Visitation to Avoid Spread of Respiratory Viruses

North Carolina health systems ask that children 12 and under not visit patients who are hospitalized.


Spotlight on Service: Dr. John Berry's Commitment to Care

CaroMont Health is proud to celebrate the accomplishments and service of our Veterans like John Berry, Colon and Rectal Surgeon at CaroMont Surgical Associates in Gastonia and an active-duty Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army.