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Belhaven Mayor Adam O'Neal drove nearly 30 miles west from his Town of Belhaven to present the news from his hamlet on Pantego Creek, and, right now, the news is not good.
Belhaven Mayor Adam O'Neal drove nearly 30 miles west from his Town of Belhaven to present the news from his hamlet on Pantego Creek, and, right now, the news is not good.
 
Vidant wasted no time padlocking the front door of Pungo District Hospital and covering up the signage around the building.
Vidant wasted no time padlocking the front door of Pungo District Hospital and covering up the signage around the building.
 
If Vidant thought their "problem child" would go away quietly, never to be seen or heard from again, that was not the case last week in Hyde County, nor will it be next year.
If Vidant thought their "problem child" would go away quietly, never to be seen or heard from again, that was not the case last week in Hyde County, nor will it be next year.
 
Since Vidant Health announced the closure of Pungo Hospital in September, 2013, Belhaven residents have been struggling with the uncertainty of future access to healthcare.
Since Vidant Health announced the closure of Pungo Hospital in September, 2013, Belhaven residents have been struggling with the uncertainty of future access to healthcare.
 
After a long battle the Vidant Pungo Hospital has been given the opportunity to continue operations as a new organization. At a minimum, there will be an emergency room with other services to be determined by the new management.
After a long battle the Vidant Pungo Hospital has been given the opportunity to continue operations as a new organization. At a minimum, there will be an emergency room with other services to be determined by the new management.
 
At a community meeting at Vidant Pungo Hospital in Belhaven, Dr. David Herman, president and CEO of Vidant Health, unveiled more details about the agreement to keep Vidant Pungo Hospital open and to transfer ownership of the hospital to the Belhaven community.
At a community meeting at Vidant Pungo Hospital in Belhaven, Dr. David Herman, president and CEO of Vidant Health, unveiled more details about the agreement to keep Vidant Pungo Hospital open and to transfer ownership of the hospital to the Belhaven community.
 
Story of America contributors Eric Byler and Annabel Park are diligently preparing a documentary pursuant to Vidant's closing of Pungo District Hospital, and we have their first two installments here.
Story of America contributors Eric Byler and Annabel Park are diligently preparing a documentary pursuant to Vidant's closing of Pungo District Hospital, and we have their first two installments here.
 
I suppose it's a good thing that several years ago we decided on a not-for-profit company (now Vidant) to take over the Washington Hospital and subsequently seemingly everything else "medical" in the County.
I suppose it's a good thing that several years ago we decided on a not-for-profit company (now Vidant) to take over the Washington Hospital and subsequently seemingly everything else "medical" in the County.
 
I am hearing a lot of chatter, actually criticism, about Beaufort County refusing to accept the $500,000 of so called "free money" offered to us by Vidant during the early stages of the closing of the Pungo District Hospital. Hyde County took the $250,000 offered to them.
I am hearing a lot of chatter, actually criticism, about Beaufort County refusing to accept the $500,000 of so called "free money" offered to us by Vidant during the early stages of the closing of the Pungo District Hospital. Hyde County took the $250,000 offered to them.
 
Vidant Health, officially known as University Health Systems, is no stranger to closing rural medical facilities. Since 2010 Vidant Health has closed three medical clinics in the following counties: Dare, Pitt and Beaufort.
Vidant Health, officially known as University Health Systems, is no stranger to closing rural medical facilities. Since 2010 Vidant Health has closed three medical clinics in the following counties: Dare, Pitt and Beaufort.
 
Here it is Tuesday evening, Sept 24, and I am driving into the quiet little town of Belhaven located in one of the most rural areas of northeast Beaufort County.
Here it is Tuesday evening, Sept 24, and I am driving into the quiet little town of Belhaven located in one of the most rural areas of northeast Beaufort County.
 
Most of our readers are aware that Vidant is closing Pungo Hospital. As you hear in the link above, Vidant makes it sound like they will be providing pretty much the same kind of emergency services as Pungo not provides.
Most of our readers are aware that Vidant is closing Pungo Hospital. As you hear in the link above, Vidant makes it sound like they will be providing pretty much the same kind of emergency services as Pungo not provides.
 
It is ironic that most of the same people and commissioners who are now expressing so much concern about Vidant closing the Pungo District Hospital are the same people who were Vidant's cheerleaders when we were trying to decide whether Vidant or Community Health Systems would be best for Beaufort C
It is ironic that most of the same people and commissioners who are now expressing so much concern about Vidant closing the Pungo District Hospital are the same people who were Vidant's cheerleaders when we were trying to decide whether Vidant or Community Health Systems would be best for Beaufort C
 
The Beaufort County Board of Commissioners held a special called meeting on Monday (9-30-13) to discuss the closing of Pungo Hospital in Belhaven. At that meeting I read the following statement.
The Beaufort County Board of Commissioners held a special called meeting on Monday (9-30-13) to discuss the closing of Pungo Hospital in Belhaven. At that meeting I read the following statement.
 
The Beaufort County Commission held a special called meeting Monday (9-30-13) to discuss what they could do to help with the Pungo Hospital issue. Vidant is closing the facility and replacing it with an "urgent care" clinic that it says will operate 24/7/365.
The Beaufort County Commission held a special called meeting Monday (9-30-13) to discuss what they could do to help with the Pungo Hospital issue. Vidant is closing the facility and replacing it with an "urgent care" clinic that it says will operate 24/7/365.
 
They came to "Save Our Hospital." They left knowing that they could not.
 
If you are interested in a solution, it is important that you attend. Please pass the word. Your presence is requested.
If you are interested in a solution, it is important that you attend. Please pass the word. Your presence is requested.
 
The community of Belhaven and vicinity rallied in support of keeping the Pungo Hospital open Thursday evening (9-5-13).
The community of Belhaven and vicinity rallied in support of keeping the Pungo Hospital open Thursday evening (9-5-13).
 
The people DownEast, specifically in the eastern portions of Beaufort County north of the Pamlico River and those in Hyde County are being faced with a double whammy - the loss of the inpatient facility at Pungo Hospital in Belhaven and the loss of a reported 127 jobs.
The people DownEast, specifically in the eastern portions of Beaufort County north of the Pamlico River and those in Hyde County are being faced with a double whammy - the loss of the inpatient facility at Pungo Hospital in Belhaven and the loss of a reported 127 jobs.
 
Recently, there has been a buzz about what is to become of Pungo District Hospital, now that Vidant Health, who served as a "White Knight" in 2011 and which may have extended the life of that Hospital, may be looking to cut its losses and close the facility.
Recently, there has been a buzz about what is to become of Pungo District Hospital, now that Vidant Health, who served as a "White Knight" in 2011 and which may have extended the life of that Hospital, may be looking to cut its losses and close the facility.
 
Miss Sandra E. Dolin, age 60, a resident of Quarter Road, Swan Quarter, N.C., passed away Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011, at Pungo District Hospital.
Miss Sandra E. Dolin, age 60, a resident of Quarter Road, Swan Quarter, N.C., passed away Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011, at Pungo District Hospital.
 
Miss Sandra E. Dolin, 60, a resident of Quarter Road, Swan Quarter, died Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011, at Pungo District Hospital. A funeral will be conducted at noon Friday at St. Stephens Community Church in the Bayview community of Bath with pastor Gary Best officiating.
Miss Sandra E. Dolin, 60, a resident of Quarter Road, Swan Quarter, died Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011, at Pungo District Hospital. A funeral will be conducted at noon Friday at St. Stephens Community Church in the Bayview community of Bath with pastor Gary Best officiating.
 
Mrs. Verlie Crandell Swindell, a resident of 794 Cedar Village Road, Belhaven, died Saturday, July 9, 2011, at Pungo District Hospital. The family will receive friends at the home. Arrangements are by Whitfield & Whitley Funeral Home.
Mrs. Verlie Crandell Swindell, a resident of 794 Cedar Village Road, Belhaven, died Saturday, July 9, 2011, at Pungo District Hospital. The family will receive friends at the home. Arrangements are by Whitfield & Whitley Funeral Home.
 
Mr. Thomas R. “T.R.” Sawyer, age 89, a resident of 1151 West Pungo Street, Belhaven died Saturday morning July 2, 2011 at Pungo District Hospital. On July 2, 2011 our loving and dear Daddy, Granddaddy, Great-granddaddy and Pop was called home.
Mr. Thomas R. “T.R.” Sawyer, age 89, a resident of 1151 West Pungo Street, Belhaven died Saturday morning July 2, 2011 at Pungo District Hospital. On July 2, 2011 our loving and dear Daddy, Granddaddy, Great-granddaddy and Pop was called home.
 
Mr. Thomas Ruffin “T.R.” Sawyer, 89, a resident of 1151 W. Pungo St., Belhaven, died Saturday, July 2, 2011, at Pungo District Hospital. A funeral will be held 1 p.m. Wednesday at West Belhaven Church of Christ. Burial will follow in Belhaven Community Cemetery.
Mr. Thomas Ruffin “T.R.” Sawyer, 89, a resident of 1151 W. Pungo St., Belhaven, died Saturday, July 2, 2011, at Pungo District Hospital. A funeral will be held 1 p.m. Wednesday at West Belhaven Church of Christ. Burial will follow in Belhaven Community Cemetery.
 
Mrs. Rosa Lee Wood Quidley, affectionately known as “Mama Rosie” to many, age 63, and a resident of 34389 N.C. Highway 264 E., Belhaven, N.C., died Tuesday, June 7, 2011 at Pungo District Hospital in Belhaven.
Mrs. Rosa Lee Wood Quidley, affectionately known as “Mama Rosie” to many, age 63, and a resident of 34389 N.C. Highway 264 E., Belhaven, N.C., died Tuesday, June 7, 2011 at Pungo District Hospital in Belhaven.
 
Sam Barber O’Neal, 87, a resident of 23080 U.S. Highway 264, the New Holland Community, Swan Quarter, died Monday, May 23, 2011, at Pungo District Hospital, Belhaven.
Sam Barber O’Neal, 87, a resident of 23080 U.S. Highway 264, the New Holland Community, Swan Quarter, died Monday, May 23, 2011, at Pungo District Hospital, Belhaven.
 
Belhaven once again hosts Pirates on the Pungo Regatta on May 20-22.
 
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