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Catawba Valley Medical Center  
  1960 Hwy. 70 SE, Hickory, NC 28602
(828) 485-2300
Operating Hours
9 am to 5 pm • Mon – Fri
10 am to 1 pm • Sat
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September 2014 Newsletter Your Guide to Wellness  
STAYING AFLOAT – Ruth Deaton Receives World's Smallest Heart
Monitor To Help REVEAL The Cause Of Stroke
Ruth Deaton has been surrounded by accomplished surgeons her whole life.
Her father, Glen R. Frye, was a surgeon. Her husband Hugo Deaton and son,
David Deaton are also surgeons. At the age of 81, Mrs. Deaton's
contemporaries covet the expert medical advice and wealth of knowledge
upon which she bases decisions about her personal health care. Such
decisions became of paramount importance in May 2014 after a left
hemisphere cryptogenic stroke left her facing months of rehabilitation.
Both of Deaton's parents died following a stroke, so she is acutely aware of
the consequences she could face if a subsequent, more damaging stroke
occurs. Along with her husband and son, she began working closely with
doctors to uncover the cause of the cryptogenic stroke and develop an
aggressive treatment plan to prevent another stroke. By definition, a
cryptogenic stroke is one of unknown origin.
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The Health First Center at Valley Hills Mall and Catawba Valley Medical Center
provide a variety of classes, programs, support groups and screenings each
month. These are a few featured programs for this month, an you can access
the entire list online by clicking the link below.
September Program Highlights
Begins Monday, 9/8 10am-12pm
Matter of Balance Series
Thursday, 9/18 12noon-1pm
Live in Peace & Joy (Lunch & Learn)
Wednesday, 9/10 12noon-1pm
Ten Ways for Men to Be
Healthier and Live Longer
Tuesday, 9/23 9:30am-10:30am
National Falls Prevention
Awareness Day
General Health Men's Health
Meet Father Ed
Although a hospital visit is typically
a biological event, serious illness
can be frightening and isolate a
patient from their usual support
system when that is what they
need the most ...
Go To General Health
New Technology Treats
Prostate Cancer With Speed,
Precision & Excellent Results
CVMC now treats prostate cancer
with patient outcomes similar to those
of world-renowned cancer centers ...
Go To Men's Health
Senior Health Youth Health
Leaves Are Supposed
To Fall. People Aren't
September 23rd is National Falls
Prevention Awareness Day. "Fall
prevention is particularly important to
the elderly population, as more than…
Go To Men's Health
Protect Your Smile With
A Sports Mouthguard
Whether it is a helmet under the
chin or an elbow to the face, an
unintentional collision during a
Women's Health Lamaze Classes
Caregivers Embrace New
Medication Dispensing Tool
As a mother, daughter or wife, at
some point in life, most women find
themselves in the role of caregiver.…
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.
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.
Young Persons with Diabetes Support Group meets one Thursday evening every other month. To find
out the next meeting date or obtain more information, call the CVMC's Center for Diabetes Control at 828/326-3442.
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. Keith McManus
Dr. McManus is a board-certified physician with 28 years experience in family medicine. After
earning a doctorate of medicine from UNC Chapel Hill in 1984, he has held several teaching
roles and is currently an instructor for the Department of Family Medicine at UNC School of
Medicine and UNC School of Nursing. Having spent thirteen-years serving in military Special
Forces, Dr. McManus is now a disabled veteran with experience serving in both enlisted
and commissioned officer active duty.
Dr. McManus and Catawba Valley Family Medicine - Maiden are
scheduling new patients; please call 828.428.2446 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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