Gunn Memorial Library Adult Literacy

Caswell Family Medical Center establishes a referral agreement with Gunn Memorial Library

CFMC's Pediatrician, Dr. Margaret Martin, in conjunction with the Caswell County Partnership for Children (CCPC) has been involved in the "Reach Out & Read" program, which is a national literacy program whereby she demonstrates the process of how parents can interactively read to their children from age-appropriate books.

What is a PA

What is a Physician's Assistant?

Since 1967, PAs have been improving patient outcomes and moving healthcare forward. Always innovative. Always flexible. Always ready for what's next. While AAPA is celebrating 5 decades of PAs, Caswell Family Medical Center is proud to have the best PA in the area, Jenny Baucom.

HRSA and Caswell Family Medical Center

CFMC Receives Federal Grant to Help Tackle Mental Health and Substance Abuse Challenges

On September 14, 2017, The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) awarded more than $200 million to 1,178 health centers and 13 rural health organizations across the country, of which, Caswell Family Medical Center will receive $175,700.

Shannon Moretz

Moretz among 24 North Carolinians named Friday Fellows

September 26, 2017– The William C. Friday Fellowship for Human Relations, the flagship program of Wildacres Leadership Initiative has named Shannon H. Moretz of Caswell County to its 2017-2019 class. 

The William C. Friday Fellowship is a competitive statewide program for cross-sector leaders.  Friday Fellows receive free leadership training over the course of two years in locations across North Carolina including Carteret, Durham, Tyrrell and McDowell counties.

Caswell Family Medical Center (CFMC) has been committed to providing access to health care for over 38 years. CFMC has been recognized as a state and national leader in terms of helping patients manage the effects of Diabetes. 

CFMC is committed to helping patients manage their chronic conditions. Currently, 77.5% of CFMC’s diabetic patients are considered well controlled. The state and nation are catching up to us so those current numbers aren’t nearly as impressive!

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