November COVID-19 Update:

PORT Health continues to strive to meet the needs of our patients through this difficult time. Even though COVID is still a threat, we are now giving our patients the option to have their appointments face to face with their provider. The option for remote appointments remains, however, if you prefer to be seen in the office, you are welcome to come in. Please note that you will be required to wear a face-covering that covers the mouth and nose, maintain social distancing and your temperature will be taken as you enter. Please call ahead of your appointment and let us know which option you choose. Emergency walk-in patients will also be seen face to face if so desired.


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Pitt County Leaders Ask General Assembly for Mental Health Funding

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – Thousands of people in eastern North Carolina suffer from mental health and substance use disorders.

During the past two years, the North Carolina General Assembly has cut mental health funding by more than $260 million.

On Monday, Pitt County leaders reached out to lawmakers for additional funding.

“We will not be able to continue to maintain the same level of services if continued cuts occur,” said Duane Holder, more.