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NHRMC Opens Outpatient Lab Services Location In Leland

By Staff Reports, posted Oct 28, 2020
A new outpatient laboratory services location is in the NHRMC Health & Diagnostics Building at Brunswick Forest in Leland. (Photo courtesy of New Hanover Regional Medical Center)

A new medical resource is available in northern Brunswick County. 

According to a news release Wednesday, New Hanover Regional Medical Center Outpatient Laboratory Services has expanded by opening an outpatient laboratory in Leland "to support increased access to care throughout the region."

The new space is in the NHRMC Health & Diagnostics building at Brunswick Forest, 1333 S. Dickinson Drive, Suite 100.

“We have a lot of patients who live in Brunswick County and elsewhere across the region who have traveled to Wilmington for their lab needs,” said Kevin Briggs, administrator of laboratory and respiratory care services, in the release. “Our new location in Leland offers a more convenient, walk-in service closer to home to get the labs they need.”

The release stated that any provider can send patients to the location for lab work, including blood draws and other specimen collections or drop-offs.

"In addition to laboratory services and health & diagnostics, the medical office building also offers access to the following medical services: primary care, OB/GYN, gastroenterology, pulmonary, urology and NHRMC Cancer Services," according to the release.

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