The Outer Banks Hospital
February 1, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Pictured left to right: Bob Woodard, chairman, Dare County Commissioners; Ronnie Sloan, president, The OBH; Steve Rodriquez, board chair, The OBH and board member, Chesapeake Regional Healthcare; Ben Cahoon, mayor, Town of Nags Head; and Dr. Charles Shelton, radiation oncologist, The OBH.
The Outer Banks Hospital (The OBH) broke ground Monday, January 29th on construction of a state-of-the-art Radiation Therapy Center in Nags Head. The building is phase one of a plan to develop a single location for comprehensive cancer care in the Outer Banks community.
Plunging temperatures and misting rain were unable to dampen the crowd’s enthusiasm during the groundbreaking ceremony. Attended by leadership and staff from The OBH and its partners Vidant Health and Chesapeake Regional Healthcare, as well as from the Town of Nags Head, and Dare County, a common theme emerged during opening remarks that underscored the value of keeping high-quality healthcare local. Chairman of the Dare County Commissioners, Bob Woodard, remarked, “The Outer Banks Hospital is certainly stepping up to the plate and providing the needed services to our community. I can’t thank you enough for that.”
Pictured left to right: Robin Hearne, director, Cancer Services, The OBH; Amy Montgomery, senior administrator, operations, The OBH; Rob Ross, Dare County commissioner; Bob Woodard, chairman, Dare County Commissioners; Wally Overman, Dare County commissioner, Ronnie Sloan, president, The OBH; Steve Rodriquez, board chair, The OBH, and board member, Chesapeake Regional Healthcare; Ben Cahoon, mayor, Town of Nags Head; Dr. Charles Shelton, radiation oncologist, The OBH; and Tess Judge, board member, The OBH, and chair, The OBH Development Council.