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  1960 Hwy. 70 SE, Hickory, NC 28602
(828) 485-2300
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9 am to 5 pm • Mon – Fri
10 am to 1 pm • Sat
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June 2014 Newsletter Your Guide to Wellness  
Stroke Robot Saves Lowman
Nancy Lowman didn't need a miracle. She just needed the right diagnosis and she needed it quick. Lowman, a
59-year-old Catawba Valley Medical Center (CVMC) employee had no obvious stroke risk factors, but one morning in
February 2014, the vision in her left eye became completely yellow, then she was unable to open the eye, and a sharp
pain began to radiate from her left temple down her neck. She became dizzy, nauseous and began vomiting.
Upon arriving at CVMC, a designated Primary Stroke Center, Lowman was
connected to Webster, a rolling robot topped by a video monitor, for a real-time
consultation with stroke experts at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical
Center's (WFUBMC) Department of Neurology in Winston-Salem, NC.
Lowman was a candidate for a clot-busting medication called Tissue
Plasminogen Activator (t-PA). According to the American Stroke Association,
t-PA is the only Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approved treatment for
ischemic strokes and works by dissolving the clot and improving blood flow to
the part of the brain being deprived of blood flow. However, a key factor to its
success is that it must be administered within three hours upon onset of
stroke symptoms.
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  General Health
Sleep is Central to
Good Health
How you function during the day is
related to both the quality and
quantity of sleep you get the night
before. If sleepiness interferes …
Peter Tyler Alford, MD Board certified in Sleep Medicine Go To General Health
Men's Health
Tips to Prevent Heat Stroke
in High School Athletes
Every summer, you see the tragic
headlines: football player collapse
in the heat during summer practice
sessions. Since 2006,…
Keith McManus, MD Catawba Valley Family Medicine – Maiden Go To Men's Health
Senior Health Youth Health
Water Aerobics –
Great Option for Seniors
As people age, rigorous physical
activity naturally becomes more
difficult. Because of this, many
individuals stop exercising …
Go To Senior Health
Place sleeping babies on their back to decrease the chance of sudden infant death syndrome
Back is Best Bedtime
Position for Baby
The American Academy of Pediatrics
recommends that healthy infants be
placed on their backs for sleep, as
this is the safest position
go to youth health
Women's Health Lamaze Classes
Strides to Recovering
from Breast Cancer
Finding out that you have cancer
can leave you feeling overwhelmed,
vulnerable, and alone. So much of
the road to recovery is beyond …
Go To Women's Health
Tuesdays 15, 22 • 6 pm
Wednesdays 2, 9, 16, 23 • 6 pm
Sundays 6, 13, 27 • 2 pm & 5 pm
Lamaze-certified classes include a tour of CVMC's
Center for Women and Children. Expectant parents
should register for classes early in the second trimester
of pregnancy.
For more information, please call the
Health First Center at 828-485-2300 ext. 6205
. For
class registration / tour, call
828-485-2300 ext. 6205.
July Program Highlights
Tuesday, 7/1
Safe Kids Child Safety Seat Inspection
Mondays, 7/21 & 7/28
Diabetes Self Management Class Series
Tuesday, 7/8
PALS Support Group for Kids whose
Parent or Grandparent has Cancer
Tuesday, 7/23
Affordable Care Act Clinic
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Life Goes On meets the third Monday of each month (except December) at 6 pm at Carolina Surgery and Cancer
Center. All cancer patients and their families/friends are invited. No pre-registration is required. No charge for the
program. Contact Peggy Messick for more information at
828-485-2300 ext. 6202.
Hearts of Hope Breast Cancer Support Group meets the last Tuesday of the month (except October and
December) at 7 pm in the hospital classroom at Catawba Valley Medical Center. Contact Brenda Putnam at

828-732-6054 for more information.
PALS (Providing Awareness, Love and Support) is the new name encompassing all of Catawba Valley
Medical Center's Comprehensive Cancer Center support programs for children ages 5-12 with a parent or grandparent
with cancer. Please call Barbara Stark, Oncology Social Worker at
828-326-3397 or email her at
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Dr. Gale Hamilton-Brandon
Dr. Gale Hamilton-Brandon, a native of North Carolina, relocated to Catawba Valley Family
Medicine - Northeast from the Catawba Valley Family Medicine - Claremont practice. She
earned her medical degree from East Carolina University SOM. She completed her Family
Practice Internship/Residency at Duke/FAHEC in Fayetteville, NC. Dr. Hamilton-Brandon is
board certified in Family Medicine. In her leisure time, Dr. Hamilton-Brandon enjoys
photography, outdoor leisure activities and spending time with family.
Dr. Gale Hamilton-Brandon and Catawba Valley Family Medicine –
Northeast are scheduling new patients; please call 828.256.2112 or visit
for more information.
  Find a Physician
The Health First Center is a one-stop resource for the diverse health needs
of our community. Located in Valley Hills Mall, the Health First Center offers free
blood pressure checks and on-site professional health advice during hours of
operation. Getting answers to health questions has never been easier.
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