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It's important to know and recognize the warning signs of child abuse, and intervene when necessary. Some of the signs of abuse or maltreatment include unusual bruising, or bruising on children who are not yet mobile.
However, don't forget to watch for other signs such as the exhibiting behavioral changes or evidence that can point towards neglect, sexual or emotional mistreatment often more difficult to determine.
Warning signs can include:
1. Nervousness or aggression towards or when around other children and adults
2. Recurring, unexplained bruises or injuries
3. Poor hygiene
4. Acting out sexually at an inappropriate age
5. Dramatic personality shift
6. Changes in grades or behavior at school
7. Difficulty staying awake or concentrating
8. Low self-esteem
According to the CDC 1 in 7 children experienced abuse and neglect in the past year

The Carousel Center is one of 30 accredited Children's Advocacy Centers in North Carolina. It serves three counties and sees 500 children each year.

Call the Child Protective Services HELP line at 980-31-HELPS (43577) to report allegations of child abuse, neglect or human trafficking. This hotline is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week; including holidays.
May the blessings of peace, the beauty of hope, the comfort of faith the spirit of love be in your hearts this New Year's Eve and into the New Year.

from everyone at Patient Centered Care - Happy New Year!
Always nice to give back and spend time with staff outside the office!
The last quarter of the year can be a stressful time for many people at work as well. In addition to money, other sources of stress might be: feeling overwhelmed and overbooked, family conflict, and feeling sad when everybody else is cheerful. How can we get a head start on preparation for the holidays and make the season less stressful?

(1) Sit down with a notebook or your computer and your calendar, and do a mind dump of all the things you usually do or need to do or want to do during the holidays.
Include it all: family traditions, church or work or community events you need or want to participate in, people you want to give gifts to, food or gifts you want to make, meals you want to serve, parties you plan to host or attend. Set that list aside and come back to it with fresh eyes and the following questions:
• How realistic is your list (keeping in mind daily commitments, stage of life you’re in, etc.)?
• What can you cut from the list and still have the kind of holiday season you want to have?
• What can you move around or change now to set yourself up to have the time and energy you need to do the things you actually want to do?
(2) Develop a budget for the holidays.
Think about how much money you’re willing to set aside for each person you want to give a gift to. Having a budget written down now might help you resist the urge to overspend as the holidays get closer.
(3) Shop ahead.
The steps above will help make it easier for you to get your holiday shopping sooner rather than later. If you have the list of people you want to give gifts to and then brainstorm ideas for gifts for each, you’ll have it top-of-mind when you’re out and can be watching for those perfect gifts and watch for sales on the things you want to give.
(4) Start decluttering.
Cluttered space contributes to anxiety and to a lack of focus. On the other hand, a clean, clutter-free space helps lead to a more relaxed and peaceful frame of mind.
• Clean out refrigerator and pantry well before it’s time to do holiday cooking; non-perishables that you won’t use could be donated to a food pantry.
• Declutter kids rooms and find things to discard or donate. This might be a new holiday tradition of choosing gently used toys to donate to a shelter. Get the kids involved.
• Declutter and refresh bathrooms that might be used by guests during holiday parties (same with guest room).
• Declutter master bedroom and make it a refuge for you during the busy holiday season.
• Clean out coat closet and make space for guest coats. (Can you donate any coats that have been outgrown or replaced to a shelter?)
• Clean out a closet or space for gifts, wrapping paper, etc., as you buy them. If you have the space for it, you could even set up a gift-wrapping station where you have everything you need at hand to wrap gifts.
(5) Cook/bake ahead.
Think about your holiday meals ahead of time. Are there any dishes or treats you traditionally serve that can be made ahead and frozen? Or things you can have in the freezer and pull out to take to a party or serve unexpected guests?
(6) Make reservations for holiday travel.
Seats on airlines and other transport options fill up during the holidays, as do hotels, so making those reservations now might help you get the seats or rooms you want–and maybe at a better price.
(7) Plan some fun events for yourself and your family.
Now is a great time to start investigating the options for memory-making family activities during the holiday season. What does the community offer? What special sights are available near where you live?
(8) Get a jump on your holiday cards or letter.
Take a family photo now; assemble/update addresses and begin addressing cards.
(9) Make it meaningful.
Be intentional about keeping your priorities in mind, and think about what’s important to you and your family.
(10) Make personal time and self-care a priority, even during the holiday season.
Include some time for self-care–schedule your holiday-time appointments (hair? nails? massage? brunch with a friend? golf game? walk in the park?) now.
Fun times! Full bellies.
Have a safe Halloween.
👻 Walk — don't run — from house to house using sidewalks when possible.
👻 Be aware of and avoid open flames like candles in jack-o'-lanterns.
👻 Avoid homemade treats and only eat factory-wrapped candy.
👻 Remove your child's makeup soon after trick-or-treating to avoid skin irritation.
👻 Inspect treats before indulging. Don't let your child snack while he or she is trick-or-treating
Happy Halloween!! 👻
What are the 4 types of breast cancer?
Types of breast cancer include:
• ductal carcinoma in situ: This is ductal carcinoma in its earliest stage (stage 0). In this case, the disease is still in the milk ducts. But if you don’t treat this type, it can become invasive. It’s often curable.
• invasive ductal carcinoma: These have spread or invaded the surrounding breast tissue.
• inflammatory breast cancer: This rare type is caused by inflammatory cells in lymph vessels in your skin.
• metastatic breast cancer: This is cancer that has spread to another body part, like your brain, bones, or lungs.

Symptoms of breast cancer:
• A lump or thickened area in or near your breast or underarm that lasts through your period
• A mass or lump, even if it feels as small as a pea
• A change in your breast’s size, shape, or curve
• Ni**le discharge that can be bloody or clear
• Changes in the skin of your breast or your ni**le. It could be dimpled, puckered, scaly, or inflamed.
• Red skin on your breast or ni**le
• Changes in the shape or position of your ni**le
• An area that’s different from any other area on either breast
• A hard, marble-sized spot under your skin
Breast Cancer Risks:
Experts don’t know what causes breast cancer, but certain things make you more likely to get it. Your age, genetic factors, personal health history, and diet all play a role. Some you can control; others you can’t.

If you have questions or concerns; talk to your Provider.
Per NHRMC
At NHRMC, we are currently treating the highest number of COVID-19 patients since the pandemic began. Our current hospitalized patients is currently averaging over 100 per day. The overwhelming majority of those patients are unvaccinated. These percentages show what's happening at all Novant Health facilities.

YOU can make a difference!
- Wear a mask (in public, inside or outside, vaccinated or unvaccinated)
- Get vaccinated: nhrmc.org/covid
- Get informed: https://www.nhrmc.org/blog/2021/08/undecided-about-covid-vaccine
We got crafty tonight for our quarterly staff get together. Thank you AR Workshop for always putting up with us 😂

"Partnering with adults to optimize current and future health." Established in Wilmington October We are a Primary Care medical practice. We accept MOST private insurances (BCBSNC (include Blue Value), United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna to name a few) we are in network with all Medicaid plans & Medicare and have very reasonable self pay prices.

Operating as usual

09/09/2022

The signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer can be easy to miss. They may be difficult to notice or detect because the ovaries are located deep within the abdominal cavity.

FIVE important signs of ovarian cancer:
(1) Trouble eating or feeling full quickly
(2) Feeling full after eating only a few bites or loss of appetite
(3) Trouble eating or feeling full quickly
(4) Urinary frequency
(5) Feeling the need to urinate more frequently

09/01/2022

Our office will be closed till Tuesday 9/6/2022 for LABOR DAY! If emergency call 911; otherwise leave a message or call when we reopen Tuesday morning at 7:30! Hope everyone has a relaxing & safe holiday weekend!

09/01/2022

Little after work fun; Can’t be all work no play! We all needed a little play time!

07/25/2022

Don’t worry our current OG Alexia is still with us for one more semester!

07/25/2022

Meet Juliana one of our newest UNCW RN interns.

Photos from Patient Centered Care's post 06/17/2022

Photos from Patient Centered Care's post

Photos from Patient Centered Care's post 06/16/2022

(Belated post) Woo Hoo our little Alexia turned 21 this year!

Photos from Patient Centered Care's post 06/16/2022

Took a break a couple weeks ago while moving the office in Wilmington to celebrate James and wish him luck in the Army!

06/15/2022

NEW WILMINGTON ADDRESS:
Address: 5917 Oleander Dr. Suite 202 Wilmington, NC 28403

Driving directions from Mayfaire to PCC:
Turn RIGHT onto Military Cutoff Rd, heading TOWARD Eastwood Rd.
Cross over Eastwood Rd and cross over Bradley Creek Bridge
Continue onto Oleander Drive
Go through the stoplight at Greenville Loop Road
Arboretum Centre will be on your right, Sam’s Hot Dog Stand is in the building. ( Turn in between Sam's Hot Dog Stand & Seagate Bottle Shop)
Coming from downtown direction we are just past Dairy Queen (same side of road) if you hit the light at Greenville loop Rd you have gone to far.
You can park in the front or back of the building.
Go in the main door, take the elevator to the 2nd floor.
Turn left down the hall
Suite 202 will be the second suite on the right.

Please call us if you get lost 910-799-6262

04/01/2022

It's important to know and recognize the warning signs of child abuse, and intervene when necessary. Some of the signs of abuse or maltreatment include unusual bruising, or bruising on children who are not yet mobile.
However, don't forget to watch for other signs such as the exhibiting behavioral changes or evidence that can point towards neglect, sexual or emotional mistreatment often more difficult to determine.
Warning signs can include:
1. Nervousness or aggression towards or when around other children and adults
2. Recurring, unexplained bruises or injuries
3. Poor hygiene
4. Acting out sexually at an inappropriate age
5. Dramatic personality shift
6. Changes in grades or behavior at school
7. Difficulty staying awake or concentrating
8. Low self-esteem
According to the CDC 1 in 7 children experienced abuse and neglect in the past year

The Carousel Center is one of 30 accredited Children's Advocacy Centers in North Carolina. It serves three counties and sees 500 children each year.

Call the Child Protective Services HELP line at 980-31-HELPS (43577) to report allegations of child abuse, neglect or human trafficking. This hotline is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week; including holidays.

12/31/2021

May the blessings of peace, the beauty of hope, the comfort of faith the spirit of love be in your hearts this New Year's Eve and into the New Year.

from everyone at Patient Centered Care - Happy New Year!

Photos from Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry, Inc. (WARM)'s post 12/13/2021

Always nice to give back and spend time with staff outside the office!

11/05/2021

The last quarter of the year can be a stressful time for many people at work as well. In addition to money, other sources of stress might be: feeling overwhelmed and overbooked, family conflict, and feeling sad when everybody else is cheerful. How can we get a head start on preparation for the holidays and make the season less stressful?

(1) Sit down with a notebook or your computer and your calendar, and do a mind dump of all the things you usually do or need to do or want to do during the holidays.
Include it all: family traditions, church or work or community events you need or want to participate in, people you want to give gifts to, food or gifts you want to make, meals you want to serve, parties you plan to host or attend. Set that list aside and come back to it with fresh eyes and the following questions:
• How realistic is your list (keeping in mind daily commitments, stage of life you’re in, etc.)?
• What can you cut from the list and still have the kind of holiday season you want to have?
• What can you move around or change now to set yourself up to have the time and energy you need to do the things you actually want to do?
(2) Develop a budget for the holidays.
Think about how much money you’re willing to set aside for each person you want to give a gift to. Having a budget written down now might help you resist the urge to overspend as the holidays get closer.
(3) Shop ahead.
The steps above will help make it easier for you to get your holiday shopping sooner rather than later. If you have the list of people you want to give gifts to and then brainstorm ideas for gifts for each, you’ll have it top-of-mind when you’re out and can be watching for those perfect gifts and watch for sales on the things you want to give.
(4) Start decluttering.
Cluttered space contributes to anxiety and to a lack of focus. On the other hand, a clean, clutter-free space helps lead to a more relaxed and peaceful frame of mind.
• Clean out refrigerator and pantry well before it’s time to do holiday cooking; non-perishables that you won’t use could be donated to a food pantry.
• Declutter kids rooms and find things to discard or donate. This might be a new holiday tradition of choosing gently used toys to donate to a shelter. Get the kids involved.
• Declutter and refresh bathrooms that might be used by guests during holiday parties (same with guest room).
• Declutter master bedroom and make it a refuge for you during the busy holiday season.
• Clean out coat closet and make space for guest coats. (Can you donate any coats that have been outgrown or replaced to a shelter?)
• Clean out a closet or space for gifts, wrapping paper, etc., as you buy them. If you have the space for it, you could even set up a gift-wrapping station where you have everything you need at hand to wrap gifts.
(5) Cook/bake ahead.
Think about your holiday meals ahead of time. Are there any dishes or treats you traditionally serve that can be made ahead and frozen? Or things you can have in the freezer and pull out to take to a party or serve unexpected guests?
(6) Make reservations for holiday travel.
Seats on airlines and other transport options fill up during the holidays, as do hotels, so making those reservations now might help you get the seats or rooms you want–and maybe at a better price.
(7) Plan some fun events for yourself and your family.
Now is a great time to start investigating the options for memory-making family activities during the holiday season. What does the community offer? What special sights are available near where you live?
(8) Get a jump on your holiday cards or letter.
Take a family photo now; assemble/update addresses and begin addressing cards.
(9) Make it meaningful.
Be intentional about keeping your priorities in mind, and think about what’s important to you and your family.
(10) Make personal time and self-care a priority, even during the holiday season.
Include some time for self-care–schedule your holiday-time appointments (hair? nails? massage? brunch with a friend? golf game? walk in the park?) now.

Photos from Patient Centered Care's post 10/31/2021

Fun times! Full bellies.

10/31/2021

Have a safe Halloween.
👻 Walk — don't run — from house to house using sidewalks when possible.
👻 Be aware of and avoid open flames like candles in jack-o'-lanterns.
👻 Avoid homemade treats and only eat factory-wrapped candy.
👻 Remove your child's makeup soon after trick-or-treating to avoid skin irritation.
👻 Inspect treats before indulging. Don't let your child snack while he or she is trick-or-treating

10/01/2021

What are the 4 types of breast cancer?
Types of breast cancer include:
• ductal carcinoma in situ: This is ductal carcinoma in its earliest stage (stage 0). In this case, the disease is still in the milk ducts. But if you don’t treat this type, it can become invasive. It’s often curable.
• invasive ductal carcinoma: These have spread or invaded the surrounding breast tissue.
• inflammatory breast cancer: This rare type is caused by inflammatory cells in lymph vessels in your skin.
• metastatic breast cancer: This is cancer that has spread to another body part, like your brain, bones, or lungs.

Symptoms of breast cancer:
• A lump or thickened area in or near your breast or underarm that lasts through your period
• A mass or lump, even if it feels as small as a pea
• A change in your breast’s size, shape, or curve
• Nipple discharge that can be bloody or clear
• Changes in the skin of your breast or your nipple. It could be dimpled, puckered, scaly, or inflamed.
• Red skin on your breast or nipple
• Changes in the shape or position of your nipple
• An area that’s different from any other area on either breast
• A hard, marble-sized spot under your skin
Breast Cancer Risks:
Experts don’t know what causes breast cancer, but certain things make you more likely to get it. Your age, genetic factors, personal health history, and diet all play a role. Some you can control; others you can’t.

If you have questions or concerns; talk to your Provider.

08/20/2021

Per NHRMC
At NHRMC, we are currently treating the highest number of COVID-19 patients since the pandemic began. Our current hospitalized patients is currently averaging over 100 per day. The overwhelming majority of those patients are unvaccinated. These percentages show what's happening at all Novant Health facilities.

YOU can make a difference!
- Wear a mask (in public, inside or outside, vaccinated or unvaccinated)
- Get vaccinated: nhrmc.org/covid
- Get informed: https://www.nhrmc.org/blog/2021/08/undecided-about-covid-vaccine

Photos from Patient Centered Care's post 04/15/2021

We got crafty tonight for our quarterly staff get together. Thank you AR Workshop for always putting up with us 😂

04/12/2021

Deliver compassionate patient care as an Registered Nurse with our outpatient primary care team in Wilmington & Bolivia, North Carolina. We ask that you have practice experience and an active North Carolina license to apply. Gain flexibility and an opportunity to build a position that matches your lifestyle and career goals.
Other Qualifications:
• Must demonstrate strong leadership skills.
• Ability to work independently
• A record of satisfactory performance in all prior and current employment as evidenced by positive employment references from previous and current employers.
• Competent in the use of Microsoft Office products and the ability to navigate Internet Explorer. Proficient in typing, word processing (Microsoft Outlook/Express, Word), and familiar with office equipment.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Examining patients of all ages and backgrounds courteously and efficiently with exceptional compassionate care
• Maintain charts accurately and relatively easily with our comprehensive EMR system
• Initiating treatment plans, ordering of labs and medical imaging, and appropriately referring to specialists
• Help guide the staff with your medical expertise and experience with a team-oriented approach
• Operate as an integral team member alongside providers, medical assistants and practice management staff
• And, most importantly: To motivate team members to provide an unprecedented patient experience!
Quick Facts:
• Outpatient only
• Monday through Friday
• 32 hour work week (full time) 24 hour work week (part time)
• 12 – 20 patients daily
Position Highlights:
- Flexible weekday schedule
- Competitive compensation
- Paid Time Off and Holiday Pay

For inquiries about this opportunity, call Heather Wingate directly at 910.799.6262 for full details or reply with an updated copy of you CV to the office email.
office @ pcc-ilm . com

04/08/2021

TOMORROW 8 AM to 5 PM: 1-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines available at The Pointe 14 Cinemas. No appointments needed!

MAÑANA 8 AM a 5 PM: Vacunas de una sola dosis contra el COVID-19 de Johnson & Johnson estarán disponibles en el teatro, The Pointe 14. No es necesario hacer cita!

03/01/2021

NC has another tested, safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine to protect against virus-related hospitalization and death. The federal government authorized the distribution of Johnson & Johnson’s (Janssen) one-shot vaccine and more than 80,000 doses are expected to arrive in the state this week, beginning on Wednesday.

Read more: https://www.ncdhhs.gov/.../nc-receive-authorized-johnson...

12/23/2020

Patient Centered Care will be closing at 12:00 Noon tomorrow, December 24th to celebrate the holiday with our families.

The office will re-open Monday, December 28th @ 0730.

We will be monitoring urgent calls only. If you have an urgent need - call the office, leave your name and phone number and a detailed message with your urgent need; your call will be returned within 2 hours.

Wishing you a wonderful, safe and very merry, Christmas!!

Photos from Patient Centered Care's post 12/17/2020

Today we celebrated Sarah - one of our UNCW School of Nursing Interns - who graduated and will now have BSN, RN behind her name! We are proud of you Sarah!

10/02/2020

PCC’s first drive thru flu clinic was a success! Call The office to get your name on the list for the next one. We are doing one every week for the month of October. 

WELLNESS WEDNESDAY: CONTACT TRACING FOR COVID-19 08/19/2020

WELLNESS WEDNESDAY: CONTACT TRACING FOR COVID-19

Understanding contact tracing for COVID-19

WELLNESS WEDNESDAY: CONTACT TRACING FOR COVID-19 A blog about health and wellness.

08/04/2020

Patient Centered Care-Wilmingtona nd Bolivia offices are closed today. Emergency after hours is available; however, with power down, phone lines may be affected. Praying all are safe. Please remember to co tinue social distancing, wearing mask and washing hands - as you go about clean up.

First Alert Forecast: eyes on Hurricane Isaias... a brush, at the very least, is likely 07/31/2020

First Alert Forecast: eyes on Hurricane Isaias... a brush, at the very least, is likely

With Hurricane Isaias developing we are watching closely to see what impact it may have on our area. At this time, we have not made any change to our office hours or services next week but this could change as the storm develops. If we determine a change is needed, we will communicate on Facebook, via patient portal and call to reschedule appointments if needed. Our focus remains the safety of our staff and patients.

https://www.wect.com/2020/07/31/first-alert-forecast-eyes-hurricane-isaias-brush-very-least-is-likely/

First Alert Forecast: eyes on Hurricane Isaias... a brush, at the very least, is likely Local specifics for Isaias cannot yet be pinned, but impacts are likely. Please continue to monitor this storm with us through the weekend.

07/19/2020

Water Boosts Your Energy
If you're feeling drained and depleted, get a pick-me-up with water. Dehydration makes you feel tired. The right amount of water will help your heart pump your blood more effectively. And water can help your blood transport oxygen and other essential nutrients to your cells. When you stop by Patient Centered Care's FB page - "like" us as you gather healthy lifestyle advice.

Photos from Patient Centered Care's post 07/15/2020

So much celebration the last couple months which has been nice distractions during the unsettling time! Birthdays, Graduations, and baby showers.

05/21/2020
05/14/2020

The NC Department of Health and Human Services is asking people to remember these three things as we stay strong and continue to flatten the curve and slow the spread of COVID-19.
If you leave home, practice your Ws: Wear, Wait, Wash
Wear a cloth face covering if you will be with other people
Wait 6 feet apart. Avoid close contact.
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer.

03/30/2020

At Patient Centered Care we are taking all precautions to prevent the spread of this virus. If you have questions, a Nurse Practitioner answers the phone 24 hours daily, 7 days weekly. Symptoms of the virus are SHORTNESS OF BREATH, COUGH, FEVER. If you have symptoms, please call 910-799-6262 or 910-253-7990 for advice. If you are feeling anxious, concerned, worried - and feel the need to speak with a healthcare specialist, out Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is available to provide a telephone or video appointment. Continue to do your part to protect yourself, your family, your friends and neighbors: KEEP A 6 FOOT DISTANCE FROM FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS, STAY HOME WHEN POSSIBLE, WASH YOUR HANDS OFTEN
Remember - we are here and ready to answer your questions.

03/30/2020

Information for Seniors

03/22/2020

As you all know, there have been 6 confirmed cases in Brunswick County and 4 confirmed cases in New Hanover County, of the Coronavirus. Those cases are related to travel. At Patient Centered Care we are taking all precautions to prevent the spread of this virus. If you have questions, a Nurse Practitioner answers the phone 24 hours daily, 7 days weekly. Symptoms of the virus are SHORTNESS OF BREATH, COUGH, FEVER. If you have symptoms, please call 910-799-6262 or 910-253-7990 for advice. If you are feeling anxious, concerned, worried - and feel the need to speak with a healthcare specialist, out Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is available to provide a telephone or video appointment. Continue to do your part to protect yourself, your family, your friends and neighbors: KEEP A 6 FOOT DISTANCE FROM FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS, STAY HOME WHEN POSSIBLE, WASH YOUR HANDS OFTEN
Remember - we are here and ready to answer your questions.

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