Depend on Wayne UNC Health Care to help you strengthen your mind, body and spirit with wellness services and resources.

Services to Enhance Your Health

Take advantage of a variety of preventive care, health services, and education. Boost and maintain your well-being with:

Support Groups

Attend free support groups at Wayne UNC to connect with others with similar health conditions. You’ll get encouragement and guidance to manage your health and live better.

Onsite Health Sciences Library

Research health topics on a computer or browse materials in our Health Science Library for patients and families at Wayne UNC.

Blood and Organ Donation

Give blood or register to become an organ donor. Register with the American Red Cross and Carolina Donor Services through Wayne UNC blood and organ donation programs and events. Your contributions can help save lives in our community.

Community Health Programs

Improving community health means delivering high-quality medical care and educating the public about health topics. You’ll find our providers participating in health and wellness programs at local workplaces, schools, and organizations.

Wayne UNC Health Library

Visit our health library to check your symptoms and learn more about topics including:

  • Conditions and diseases
  • Health care decisions
  • Medical tests
  • Medications
  • Treatments
  • Surgeries

Health News for You

View health and wellness news and stories on the Wayne UNC Health Talk blog.

Sign Up for Our E-newsletter

Subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter to receive news about Wayne UNC health services and wellness events by email.

Recent Blogs

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    Autism Spectrum Disorder: What You Need to Know

    Autism is a condition that people talk about a lot but is often misunderstood. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) refers to this group of developmental disorders that can cause social, communication and behavioral challenges.
    April 12, 2021
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    10 Silent Symptoms of Diabetes

    More than 30 million Americans have diabetes, including 7.3 million that are undiagnosed. Diabetes has plenty of early signs. Here are 10 subtle signs of diabetes.
    April 7, 2021
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    7 Ways to Prepare for Surgery

    If you’re going to have surgery in the near future, it’s important to spend some time preparing. Planning ahead can help ensure you have a successful operation and heal faster.
    April 2, 2021
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    What You Eat Can Affect Your Risk of Cancer

    It’s no secret that the food we eat has a big impact on our health. Research suggests that certain foods can increase—or decrease—a person’s risk of getting certain diseases, including cancer.
    March 24, 2021

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