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Latest News

ICYMI: Approval of Medicaid system means more federal money

W. B. Jones Center Withdraws from Medicare/Medicaid; Services Remain Unchanged

DHHS pleased to announce clean financial bill of health

DHHS' NCTracks Earns Certification from Federal Government

Norovirus Outbreaks Remain Prevalent Through March

N.C. DHHS' Division of Public Health Report Indicates Progress in Treating HIV Patients

N.C. DHHS Encourages Careful & Appropriate Use of Antibiotics to Curb Antibiotic-Resistant Infections

Residents in Communities to Benefit as a Result of Grants to Enhance Crisis Services

N.C. DHHS Encourages MMR Vaccination in the Midst of Multi-State Measles Outbreak

N.C. DHHS Helping More Than 80,000 Homes Stay Warm

Credit Union Exhibits Photographs of Foster Children

ICYMI: Carrboro resident saved by overdose drug

ICYMI: Wos Says ACOs Must Be Legislative Priority

DHHS Medicaid Director Robin Cummings Receives NCAFP 2014 Presidential Award

N.C.'s First Breastfeeding-Friendly Designations Go To Eight Child Care Centers

Time for Radon Testing

Smoke-free Law Continues to Return Benefits After Five Years

ICYMI: Get Flu Shots Now, Health Experts Warn Public

ICYMI: System For Recording Deaths Antiquated and Inefficient

NC DHHS Announces Application Process for Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP)

Additional Testing Confirms a Negative Result for Ebola for Patient at Duke University Hospital

N.C. Department of Health and Human Services' Testing Returned a Preliminary Negative Result for Ebola in Patient at Duke University Hospital

N.C. Department of Health and Human Services Closely Monitoring a Traveler from Liberia

NC DHHS Video Shows Benefits of Technology for People with Disabilities

DHHS Names Kendra Gerlach as Director of Communications

NC DHHS Reports First Flu Death of the Season

Rowan County EMS pair judged to be N.C.'s top paramedic team for 2014

DHHS Secretary Aldona Wos Says N.C. Has Been Preparing For Ebola

NC DHHS Confirms Three Additional Enterovirus D68 Cases

ICYMI: A Closer Look: Medicaid in North Carolina

ICYMI: Public Health Experts Discuss Smoking Rates, Enterovirus


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