Cone Health is closing a hospital dedicated to treating COVID-19 patients.
Greensboro-based Cone Health is working to get back on track after state supply issues forced it to cancel thousands of COVID-19 vaccine appointments last Friday.
North Carolina's top health official says the state has nearly exhausted its supply of first-dose COVID-19 vaccines.
Greensboro and Guilford County leaders presented their concerns at a press conference Monday over delays in COVID-19 vaccine shipments.
The top two leaders at Greensboro's Cone Health have announced plans to leave the organization. This comes as a merger with Sentara Healthcare is pending.
North Carolina A&T State University and Cone Health are among 10 organizations receiving up to $50,000 for promoting health equity.
Cone Health has built a website to help people understand more about COVID-19 and how it's spreading in North Carolina.
Local hospital administrators are gearing up to fight both COVID-19 and the flu this fall, and are emphasizing the importance of telehealth.