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Chapel Hill, NC 27517
Phone 919-295-6246

Website: https://www.northcarolinahealthnews.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nchealthnews
Twitter: @NCHealthNews

Want to know what’s going on with health care in North Carolina? We publish Monday – Friday and write about health care in the entire state.

We have reporters covering aging, mental health, state government and the legislature, rural health, environmental health, oral health, maternal / child health, and a regional reporter in Charlotte and the Southern Piedmont.

Started in 2012, we’ve published more than 2,400 stories, won dozens of awards and put North Carolina’s health care issues on the national map.

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At the legislature, a reporter from NC Health News is often the only one in a committee meeting, bringing health care expertise to explain decisions made by elected officials. Editor Rose Hoban is a registered nurse with an advanced degree in public health policy and has been covering health care in North Carolina longer than any other reporter in the state.

NC Health News reporters bring years of education, training and knowledge to the table when they encounter everyday people and elected officials. Here, Charlotte reporter Yen Duong interviews Congresswoman Alma Adams.

NC Health News staff receive ongoing training on the information and techniques required to dig deep into health care stories in our state.

We travel the state to bring you stories from Murphy to Manteo! After Hurricane Florence, Taylor Knopf traveled to Carteret County, where she reported on the health effects of the storm on fishermen and farmers.

NC Health News editor Rose Hoban (foreground) has moderated the lawmaker Q&A session at the annual mental health legislative breakfast for the past seven years.

Our mission: North Carolina Health News is an independent, not-for-profit, statewide news organization dedicated to covering health care in North Carolina employing the highest journalistic standards of fairness, accuracy and extensive research

We were founded in response to the decrease in health reporters around the state. We were founded because we believe that to make the best decisions about their health care and about the state’s health care system, the citizens of North Carolina need the best information possible.

NCHN seeks to become the premiere source for health reporting in North Carolina.

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