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HOPE ABOUNDS is so proud of the recognition that we received regarding Dr. Pat Maguire and the NHRMC Radiation Oncology Department during Hurricane Florence. Dr. Maguire currently serves as our Medical Director for Hope Abounds. We are so thankful that this is who Dr. Maguire is each and every day!! Please take a moment and read this incredible story about the works people do for us in the community without acknowledgement! "HURRICANE HERO'S" This may be a surprising “hurricane hero” story that didn’t make the headlines. The team of doctors and staff at NHRMC Radiology Oncology on 16th Street took heroic measures to make sure that Hurricane Florence and its associated damage to their office would not stop them from healing their patients. Their master plan was to refer their most critical patients to outside hospitals, such as Duke, UNC, and Moses Cone Hospitals (among others) , to continue radiation treatments with as little interruption as possible. This process took diligence and rapid, clear communication. Chief dosimetrist, Jason mcNair, transferred the most updated treatment records electronically. Think of the importance of accuracy in this information and the integration between hospital computer systems. Radiation Oncology general manager, Dan Fine, made sure that patients' immobilization molds and treatment masks were retrieved and transported to the outside hospitals. Movie scenes of Indiana Jones carrying radiation masks through a dark and flooded office come to mind. The doctors at Duke Hospital described the actions of the NHRMC Radiation Oncology doctors and staff as truly heroic. Lastly, this process required a massive coordination of patients, many displaced due to the storm, utilizing staff working out of their homes and making calls to determine which patients were available to go to an alternative hospital. I received a call from Dr. Maguire to ask if my father would be available to transfer treatment to Duke Hospital. Receiving a call from the doctor as well as another staff member let me know that this team effort was far reaching and that everyone was involved to make this happen. His partners, Drs. Kiteley, Neal, Nichols, and Papagikos, performed similar care coordination for their urgent patients too. These medical professionals save lives every day, so carrying out this reactive plan to assure continued care for their patients may seem to them as all in a day’s work. I think it’s true heroism and caring beyond measure. I’m an very happy that my loved one is a patient at the NHRMC Radiation Oncology Department. ... READ MORESEE LESS

HOPE ABOUNDS is so proud of the recognition that we received regarding Dr. Pat Maguire and the NHRMC Radiation Oncology Department during Hurricane Florence. Dr. Maguire currently serves as our Medical Director for Hope Abounds. We are so thankful that this is who Dr. Maguire is each and every day!! Please take a moment and read this incredible story about the works people do for us in the community without acknowledgement!

"HURRICANE HERO'S"

This may be a surprising “hurricane hero” story that didn’t make the headlines. The team of doctors and staff at NHRMC Radiology Oncology on 16th Street took heroic measures to make sure that Hurricane Florence and its associated damage to their office would not stop them from healing their patients. Their master plan was to refer their most critical patients to outside hospitals, such as Duke, UNC, and Moses Cone Hospitals (among others) , to continue radiation treatments with as little interruption as possible.

This process took diligence and rapid, clear communication. Chief dosimetrist, Jason mcNair, transferred the most updated treatment records electronically. Think of the importance of accuracy in this information and the integration between hospital computer systems. Radiation Oncology general manager, Dan Fine, made sure that patients' immobilization molds and treatment masks were retrieved and transported to the outside hospitals. Movie scenes of Indiana Jones carrying radiation masks through a dark and flooded office come to mind. The doctors at Duke Hospital described the actions of the NHRMC Radiation Oncology doctors and staff as truly heroic.

Lastly, this process required a massive coordination of patients, many displaced due to the storm, utilizing staff working out of their homes and making calls to determine which patients were available to go to an alternative hospital. I received a call from Dr. Maguire to ask if my father would be available to transfer treatment to Duke Hospital. Receiving a call from the doctor as well as another staff member let me know that this team effort was far reaching and that everyone was involved to make this happen. His partners, Drs. Kiteley, Neal, Nichols, and Papagikos, performed similar care coordination for their urgent patients too.

These medical professionals save lives every day, so carrying out this reactive plan to assure continued care for their patients may seem to them as all in a day’s work. I think it’s true heroism and caring beyond measure. I’m an very happy that my loved one is a patient at the NHRMC Radiation Oncology Department.
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HOPE ABOUNDS is so proud of the recognition that we received regarding Dr. Pat Maguire and the NHRMC Radiation Oncology Department during Hurricane Florence. Dr. Maguire currently serves as our Medical Director for Hope Abounds.  We are so thankful that this is who Dr. Maguire is each and every day!!  Please take a moment and read this incredible story about the works people do for us in the community without acknowledgement!  

                            HURRICANE HEROS

This may be a surprising “hurricane hero” story that didn’t make the headlines.  The team of doctors and staff at NHRMC Radiology Oncology on 16th Street took heroic measures to make sure that Hurricane Florence and its associated damage to their office would not stop them from healing their patients.  Their master plan was to refer their most critical patients to outside hospitals, such as Duke, UNC, and Moses Cone Hospitals (among others) , to continue radiation treatments with as little interruption as possible.
 
This process took diligence and rapid, clear communication.  Chief dosimetrist, Jason mcNair, transferred the most updated treatment records electronically.  Think of the importance of accuracy in this information and the integration between hospital computer systems.  Radiation Oncology general manager, Dan Fine, made sure that patients immobilization molds and treatment masks were retrieved and transported to the outside hospitals. Movie scenes of Indiana Jones carrying radiation masks through a dark and flooded office come to mind. The doctors at Duke Hospital described the actions of the NHRMC Radiation Oncology doctors and staff as truly heroic.
 
Lastly, this process required a massive coordination of patients, many displaced due to the storm, utilizing staff working out of their homes and making calls to determine which patients were available to go to an alternative hospital.  I received a call from Dr. Maguire to ask if my father would be available to transfer treatment to Duke Hospital.  Receiving a call from the doctor as well as another staff member let me know that this team effort was far reaching and that everyone was involved to make this happen. His partners, Drs. Kiteley, Neal, Nichols, and Papagikos, performed similar care coordination for their urgent patients too. 
 
These medical professionals save lives every day, so carrying out this reactive plan to assure continued care for their patients may seem to them as all in a day’s work.  I think it’s true heroism and caring beyond measure.  I’m an very happy that my loved one is a patient at the NHRMC Radiation Oncology Department.

 

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I work with these guys and they are the best!!!

I’m not surprised. You are a great guy and always have been.

Patrick Maguire is the man!!!! I got lucky having Pat as my oncologist! Class act and one of the most caring people I’ve meet!

That’s what The McGuires do! Go and beyond taking care of others! Thank you to Patrick and his team for all that you do!

What can I say...humble man, awesome doctor, great friend and an amazing person! So proud to know you! ❤

Not shocked at all - that’s my old roommate! One of the best people I know. Love you Pat.

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Cone Health Cancer Center was happy to help Dr. Patrick Maguire support the coastal community during Hurricane Florence.

So proud of our friend and hero Dr Patrick Maguire. A wonderful doc and human!!!!

Dr. Maguire helped save my life - he’s special! Nice work, Doc!

A real life Hero!

Big Congratulations!!

Proud to work for these fine upstanding practice! God bless all their hard work!

Well-done Patrick Maguire. Most impressive!

Me too - not shocked at all about Pat!! Amazing!

Loved reading this 💕 thank you!!

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Top notch care! Well done Patrick and colleagues!

I am so proud of you , cousin Pat Maguire. Xoxo

What a heartwarming story about you and your team. Your patients are blessed to have you for their doctor.

Way to go!

One of the few really true good guys.

This is such a great story...but I am not a bit surprised!!

Congrats on a job well done, Pat👏🏻 as an Oncology patient myself, having a doctor going far beyond the usual care of patients means so much in our many scary moments.

What an honor Pat your are so loved and respected for your hard work

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Thank you WWAY for providing the wonderful media support not once....but twice due to Hurricane Florence!  Hope Abounds is proud to have your compassionate sponsorship!  Looking forward to seeing your team challenge the others at the Racing for the Gold on Saturday, October 20th!!!
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I am so blessed every time that have the opportunity to visit with our children and families that we assist any way we can.  Below is an image from my special time with Dakota the Warrior!  These special times give me time alone with the children and mom and dad can have special time together for a little while!  What a blessing to help any way we can!!!

 

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What a precious Warrior!!

Love that boy!!!

Omg Adorable can’t wait to meet him Saturday😘

Dakota our pop warner superstar!

Sweet boy ❤️❤️

He is a RockStar!!!

Angel Elizabeth and one of her shining stars 🌟🌠🌟

 

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He is a wonderful Dr!!! And he cares for his patients ❤️

Thank you Dr. G. I am praying that my pap results get better.

 

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Hello Bill.

That’s my doctor!

Very good interview!

Great job Lisa💞

Hello

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My Doctor 🙌🙌

 

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Thanks Deb. We are blessed to have great medical professionals in our area. Hope you will watch other programs from Hope Abounds.

Hope Abounds has educational programs on our mobile app, ROKU, AppleTV, YouTube and at www.hopeabounds.org.

Dr. Bebb is a wonderful, giving, talented and Godly surgeon.

It is a blessing to have Dr. Bebb as a consultant for our patients!

He is the best. 17 years ago he took care of me and today I'm great.

He is a smart, wonderful surgeon.

Dr. Bebb is the best!!! 💕

13 years ago I had Melanoma which we found out had spread to my lymph nodes and was Stage 3. My dermatologist recommended a surgeon who was new to Wilmington and who had brought a pioneering surgery of lymph node mapping to Wilmington. That surgeon was Dr. Bebb and I loved him. I had 2 surgeries with him for the Melanoma and 2 surgeries to implant and remove my passport. He is wonderful.

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Nice job Lisa, Kenny and Elizabeth!

Creating awareness. Wonderful information 🌸🙌

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