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Please call your RCCHC clinic for COVID-19 Vaccine Information

The coronavirus pandemic forced providers to see many of their patients virtually. In rural North Carolina, where the broadband infrastructure is lacking, that transition can be challenging.

By Liora Engel-Smith

Though he doesn’t see patients face-to-face these days, Dr. Charles Sawyer still carries his prescription pad. The 87-year-old doesn’t often write prescriptions by hand anymore, but there’s something about the familiar feel of the pad in his coat pocket, he said.

Sawyer, a primary care physician at Roanoke Chowan Community Health Center, is a traditionalist. He dictates, rather than types, patient notes to be transcribed into electronic charts. And though his notes are readily available to patients through an online portal, he still sends his patients letters after every visit.

In recent weeks, Sawyer’s practice has undergone a seismic change unlike anything else he’s seen in his 55-year career. Sawyer is seeing all of his patients online or via phone.

Gone are the exam room chats and the listening to hearts and lungs — those are left to younger staff who are less at risk for developing COVID-19 complications. Instead, Sawyer sits at his computer at the center in Ahoskie, and checks in with patients by phone or via video.

Read more here:  https://www.northcarolinahealthnews.org/2020/05/14/coronavirus-rural-telehealth/

 

 

Effective March 24, 2020all services at our Creswell Primary Care and Woodland Primary Care locations have been suspended until further notice. Services have been consolidated with the following locations:

Roanoke Electric Co-op is offering free hot spot access to the general public at our headquarter office

Roanoke Electric Cooperative is pleased to announce they have an open hot spot for anyone needing a Wi-Fi Connection in the Aulander or Ahoskie area. This will be the first hot spot of many that we will be opening around our service territory. We will update our list of locations as the installations are complete.

 

The hot spot can be accessed by simply parking at our corporate headquarters office at 518 NC Hwy 561 W. Aulander, NC  27805 and logging on to your laptop and search for Wi-Fi connections. Our hot spot is labeled REMC Wireless demo and does not require a password. We know many students need access the internet for their assignments and we hope this will help students keep up with their classes while schools are temporarily closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. The parking lot is open to the public and is for anyone close by that may need a connection.