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Vidant Cancer Care: Free Breast Cancer Screenings

Eddie and Jo Allison Smith Tower - 2100 Stantonsburg Rd., Greenville NC 27834

Vidant Cancer Care invites eligible Pitt County residents without health insurance to receive free cancer screenings at the Eddie and Jo Allison Smith Tower in Greenville. Call 252-847-7867 to register.

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Vidant Cancer Care: Knitting Group

Resource Library at Vidant Cancer Center - 524 Moye Blvd., Greenville NC 27834

Join us every first and third Wednesday of each month for a cancer survivor Knitting Group session.

Vidant Chowan Breastfeeding Support Group

Vidant Chowan Hospital Education Center Classrooms - 211 Virginia Road, Edenton, NC 27932

A support group for all breastfeeding moms. Sessions are FREE, facilitated by a lactation consultant, designed to answer parent-led questions and provide basic breastfeeding education. Knowledge is the key to help you have a successful breastfeeding experience and make this exciting time easier for you and your family. Infants, children and expecting moms are welcome. Join us for some encouragement! Free outpatient one on one consults available, to schedule, call 252-482-6296 To register, email: [email protected]

VMC-Virtual Breastfeeding Class

Virtual

Our virtual breastfeeding class at Vidant Medical Center offers basic instruction on how to breastfeed your baby. We discsus the importance of skin to skin, breastfeeding in the first hour of birth, practices related to breastfeeding in the immediate postpartum period and breastfeeding after returning to work. Registration closes 2 business days before class. To register please email: [email protected] or call 252-847-4819 or for questions or additional information.

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Vidant Cancer Care: Complimentary Massage Therapy

Resource Library at Vidant Cancer Center - 524 Moye Blvd., Greenville NC 27834

There are many physical, emotional and mental benefits to massages. Massages can: reduce stress and increase relaxation, reduce pain and muscle soreness, improve circulation, energy, and alertness, improve immune function, relieve nausea, and relieve lymphedema.

Stroke Support Network

Virtual

Support groups are a great way to meet others who have experienced similar things you and your family have been through as a stroke survivor. Meetings are open to stroke survivors and their loved ones and/or caregivers. Meeting topics include professional speakers, informal sharing of ideas/concerns, and social events. We also have a Facebook page, "Greenville Stroke Support Network." We look forward to meeting you! To register, contact: Michele Horvath at (252) 847-0571 or [email protected]

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Vidant Cancer Care: Men’s Support Group

Resource Library at Vidant Cancer Center - 524 Moye Blvd., Greenville NC 27834

Together we will be walking through the physical, emotional, and social challenges related to cancer survivorship.

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Vidant Cancer Care: Creative Journaling Group

Resource Library at Vidant Cancer Center - 524 Moye Blvd., Greenville NC 27834

This support group helps patients by providing a creative outlet for reducing stress during the course of treatment by sharing experiences, promoting positivity, and giving patients’ time and a safe space to reflect and express themselves.

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Vidant Cancer Care: Complimentary Massage Therapy

Resource Library at Vidant Cancer Center - 524 Moye Blvd., Greenville NC 27834

There are many physical, emotional and mental benefits to massages. Massages can: reduce stress and increase relaxation, reduce pain and muscle soreness, improve circulation, energy, and alertness, improve immune function, relieve nausea, and relieve lymphedema.

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Vidant Cancer Care: Knitting Group

Resource Library at Vidant Cancer Center - 524 Moye Blvd., Greenville NC 27834

Join us every first and third Wednesday of each month for a cancer survivor Knitting Group session.

VMC-Virtual Breastfeeding Class

Virtual

Our virtual breastfeeding class at Vidant Medical Center offers basic instruction on how to breastfeed your baby. We discsus the importance of skin to skin, breastfeeding in the first hour of birth, practices related to breastfeeding in the immediate postpartum period and breastfeeding after returning to work. Registration closes 2 business days before class. To register please email: [email protected] or call 252-847-4819 or for questions or additional information.

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