Dr. Gray Erlacher, a Western Carolina University alumnus, has expanded his practice to the primary care clinic located in WCU’s Health and Human Sciences Building at 4121 Little Savannah Road, Cullowhee.
Bids were opened Tuesday, Dec. 8, for construction of a new building designed to broaden the educations of Western North Carolina health care providers and facilitate the dissemination of information promoting healthy lifestyles.
A low-enrollment, high-expense program in the School of Health Sciences previously slated for curtailment as part of Western Carolina University’s response to the North Carolina budget crisis instead will be temporarily placed in a holding pattern.
The Great Life Series, a collaboration between Western Carolina University and Pardee Hospital, will offer “Getting a Good Night’s Sleep: Understanding the Risk of Sleep Apnea” from 9:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m., Tuesday, May 12.
Banks Hinshaw, an osteoporosis researcher and clinician, will present an in-depth workshop on bone fragility when Western Carolina University and Pardee Hospital’s Great Life Series continues with “Osteoporosis: The Latest Advice on Diagnosis, Treatment and Avoiding Fractures.”
The Great Life Series, a collaboration between Western Carolina University and Pardee Hospital, will offer a daytrip to WCU’s campus for a performance of the acclaimed romantic comedy “Almost Maine” and dinner on Sunday, April 26.