Sharing personal stories helps us stay connected as a community. Sure to inspire, these stories reflect the courage and perseverance of our friends, family and neighbors — and their experiences as patients or loved ones — right here on the Outer Banks.
Tyler Walski and Emily Johnson Walski’s Story…through the Eyes of the Marketing and Physician Outreach Coordinator
It was truly meaningful to be able to witness the joy in this man and to see how happy he was with our hospital.Read More
Tyler Walski and Emily Johnson Walski’s Story…through the Eyes of the Marketing and Physician Outreach CoordinatorIt was truly meaningful to be able to witness the joy in this man and to see how happy he was with our hospital.
Christine “Chris” Coleman’s Story“I’m very, very lucky,” shares Chris Coleman, a family nurse practitioner in The Outer Banks Hospital Emergency Department (TOBH ED).
Janice Schroeder’s StoryHow many times have you thought “I need to quit smoking!”? Did you quit, only to begin again? Have friends and families encouraged you to quit, but you haven’t listened?
Mindy Thompson and Michael Thompson’s StoryBE BIG! GET LOUD! There are three therapists at The Outer Banks Hospital who are certified to work with patients who experience the symptoms caused by Parkinson’s.
Pam Cotter’s StoryImagine opening your mouth to speak, and nothing coming out. Imagine that due to a sinus infection that won’t clear up, you have terrible breath.