Pinehurst Medical Clinic Celebrates 70 years of Serving the Community
This month marks 70 years that Pinehurst Medical Clinic has served our community.Read More
Sarah Durbin, NP, is the newest addition to the primary care team located at PMC – Morganton Park in Southern Pines.
Pinehurst Medical Clinic (PMC) is expanding its primary care services with the addition of board-certified primary care provider Dusty Graham, MSN, FNP-C. Graham joins the team consisting of Dr. Michael Brackman and Krista Montes, PA-C located at PMC – West.
The weather is getting cooler, the breeze is picking up and the daylight is getting shorter. And, you know what that means; the holidays are right around the corner. Holiday gatherings with family and friends comes merriment, laughter and potential alcohol consumption.
Rosy cheeks, blushing, tickled pink – all terms that have been coined over time as terms of endearment and are usually associated with the color of our face after experiencing an emotion. However, in some, having a rosy complexion could be caused by an underlying skin condition.
J. Daniel Malone, MD, is the newest member of Pinehurst Medical Clinic’s (PMC) Primary Care team at its Heather Glen location in Pinehurst. The organization is excited to welcome Dr. Malone to further its commitment to providing high-quality, patient-centered primary care to the communities it serves.
The foramen ovale is a hole between the top two chambers of the heart that creates a tunnel for blood to properly oxygenate while a baby is in the womb. After birth, this is no longer necessary and in about 75% of people, this tunnel closes within the first several months of life. The remaining 25% of people have a patent foramen ovale, which may go undetected throughout their life but may cause problems for some.
Pinehurst Medical Clinic is excited to announce that it is expanding its dermatology department to serve the community of Lee County.