FirstHealth of the Carolinas is closely monitoring the outbreak of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. In concert with local and state health officials, we are committed to helping our communities stay safe and get the latest information about the outbreak.
PLEASE READ BEFORE ENTERING:
For the safety of our patients, guests and staff, effective immediately we will be implementing the following. Please understand that we are trying to minimize time spent in the office.
Patients Using our MAIN ENTERANCE:
Please call the following number, 910-692-7928 ext. 5601 or ext. 5602 to check in and return to your car.
Patients Seeing Drs. Fasolak & Zmiewsky:
Please call the following number, 910-692-7928 ext. 5607 or ext. 5608 to check in and return to your car.
The check in staff will then get you properly checked in and will call you back when an exam room is ready for you. You will go straight from your car to be worked up and placed in an exam room.
If you have a fever, cough, sore throat-we will direct you to urgent care or your primary care physician for evaluation and we will reschedule your appointment.
In accordance with current recommendations, effective immediately, NO CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 18, UNLESS YOU ARE A PATIENT, WILL BE PERMITTED IN THE CLINIC FOR ANY REASON. ONLY IF NECESSARY, ONE GUEST IS ALLOWED IN CLINIC WITH THE PATIENT AS LONG THEY ARE OVER THE AGE OF 18.
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SPWHC is here to provide for the health care needs of women in Moore and surrounding counties.
The 15,000 square-foot center emphasizes comfort and confidentiality – dressed in soothing low-key earth colors and featuring individual work-up rooms where patients can explain symptoms or the reason for their appointment in private.
The facility also provides the latest in technology and a full range of health services conveniently at one site, which keeps costs down and reduces patient's wait times.
Four halls accommodate 14 exam rooms and two procedure rooms, plus three ultrasound machines and laboratory services.
The center also houses a full body bone density scan machine, which aids the physicians in diagnosing osteoporosis.
The conference center allows for new innovative projects such as a Well-Woman educational series. Presentations of interest will include such topics as in-office treatments of excessive uterine bleeding, preventive wellness for women of all ages and numerous primary care issues for women; to name a few.
SPWHCs facility, above, offers the latest in comfort and services.
Its spacious living room-style waiting room, provides a relaxed setting that opens up to surrounding woodsy setting.
There's even a fishpond and waterfall that are especially popular with patients' and children alike.