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Novant Health Expands Offerings In Brunswick County

By Cece Nunn, posted Mar 26, 2018

Novant Health continues to expand in Brunswick County, with an opening scheduled in April of the county's first, free-standing outpatient endoscopy center in Supply, according to a recent news release.

Patients will have access to a variety of endoscopy services at Novant Health Brunswick Endoscopy, including colonoscopies and upper endoscopies. The center is located at 13 Medical Campus Drive NW, Suite 101, in Supply.

Endocrinology has been another area of expansion for Novant in Brunswick County. In 2017, Novant Health expanded endocrinology services to Brunswick with the opening of Novant Health Endocrinology. The clinic was temporarily located at Novant Health Family and Internal Medicine South Brunswick in Carolina Shores and has now moved to 204 Smith Ave. in Shallotte. 

Novant Health Endocrinology is staffed by Virginia Czimber, family nurse practitioner, and supported by physician Paul Whitesides. The clinic, open weekdays, provides comprehensive care for endocrinology disorders. Diabetes is the most common endocrinology disorder in the U.S.

Novant Health is an integrated network of physician clinics, outpatient facilities and hospitals in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. In 2006, ​Brunswick Community Hospital merged with Novant Health and was renamed Brunswick Novant Medical Center, which relocated to Bolivia in 2011.

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