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    Novant Health Mountainview Medical wants you to be an active participant in your healthcare. Part of that is making sure you have access to the health information and resources you need. On this page, we have compiled some of our favorite online resources for medical information and support. If you have questions about any of the information you find, or if you can't find information you'd like to have, please call us at 336-983-4346 so that we can help you.


    The Administration on Aging is a government department offering information about local programs and resources for seniors.


    The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) offers resources and advocacy for Americans over the age of 50.


    The Alzheimer's Association Western Carolina Chapter website offers resources to Alzheimer's patients and their caregivers in our area.


    The National Cancer Institute is part of the National Institutes of Health. This site lets you look up cancers, including pediatric cancers, by name and find reliable information about symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.


    The American Cancer Society is one of the foremost non-profits devoted to fighting cancer, cancer education and support for cancer patients. Find information as well as local resources and support groups.


    The American Diabetes Association offers resources for living with diabetes, including recipes and meal planning advice.


    The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is a go-to resource for parents of children diagnosed with diabetes. It offers information about the illness and local support resources.


    The American Heart Association offers information about identifying and preventing heart disease, as well as support for those living with heart disease or their caregivers.

    Need help with paying for prescription drugs? Crisis Control Ministry is a local organization serving residents of Forsyth, Stokes and Davie County who are part of the Doctors Care program. It offers prescription drug help and other services.
    Kids Health is a fun way to get health information for kids, teens and parents. It offers an understanding of how the body works, and explains body changes as you grow.


    Healthy Children is a resource offered by the American Academy of Pediatrics. It offers a variety of health advice for parents, as well as the latest pediatric health news.