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Ann Ostrovsky, MD


Dr. Ostrovsky is a fellowship-trained ophthalmologist and the Chief of Ophthalmology at ECU Health Medical Center. She comes to Greenville from New York City where she worked for almost a decade at New York University’s Langone Health Department of Ophthalmology.

Thomas Galisin, PA-C

Physician Assistant, Orthopedic Surgery

Thomas Galisin is a physician assistant with more than 20 years of experience. His primary practice location is ECU Health Orthopedics - Tarboro, but he also provides care at ECU Health Healthplex - Wilson on the first and third Wednesday of each month.

Karissa Lambert, MD


Dr. Lambert is a gastroenterologist at ECU Health Gastroenterology - Greenville. She recently completed a fellowship at the Brody School of Medicine in the Division of Gastroenterology / Hepatology, where she served as Chief Fellow.

Farm Toxicology for Primary Care - Recognition and Management of Pesticide Poisoning

Self-Paced Learning

Through August 31, 2024

Updates in Prescribing: Opioids and other Substance Use Disorders

In Person or Live Webinar - Greenville

July 18, 6:00-8:00 P.M.

2023 Breastfeeding Symposium

In Person or Live Webinar - Greenville

August 4, 8:30 A.M.-4:35 P.M.

35th Annual Recent Developments in Internal Medicine

In Person or Live Webinar - Greenville

August 24, 7:30 A.M.-1:30 P.M.

Mammography Symposium 2023

In Perso - Greenville

September 29, 8:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.

Tate Holbrook Annual Sickle Cell Disease Update

In Person or Live Webinar - Greenville

September 29, 8:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.

CareLink community file uploads

CareLink Community File Uploads were created as a means for CareLink users to upload pertinent

patient records directly into the patient’s chart.

Take a look at the revised tip sheet to review what types of documents should and should not be submitted via CareLink.

Note: This is separate from the records that are uploaded with referrals or radiology procedures.  

Radiology orders for ECU Health Medical Center

When sending a patient to ECU Health Medical Center for a radiology procedure requiring sedation, medical records are required. A patient's most recent office note (within the last 30 days) must be sent with the order. 

Additionally, for any ECU Health Medical Center radiology orders requiring authorization, or if a reference number was obtained from insurance, please upload this information in CareLink or fax it along with your order. 

  • CareLink users: Upload with order by selecting "Add File" 
  • Fax: send in with the standardized paper order form to 252-816-0734  

ECU Health Neurology - Greenville moving to new location on July 31

Later this month, ECU Health Neurology - Greenville will be moving to 2280 Hemby Lane to combine with ECU Physicians Neurology Services. To accommodate the move, both locations will close at 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 26 and the newly integrated practice will re-open as ECU Health Neurology - Greenville on Monday, July 31.

For more information, please reach out to your designated liaison or email [email protected].

Maynard Children’s Hospital celebrates 10 years serving eastern North Carolina

The Maynard Children’s Hospital at ECU Health Medical Center is celebrating its 10th year of offering high-quality, compassionate care in a soothing environment for patients and families in eastern North Carolina.

Dr. Matthew Ledoux, pediatrician in chief at Maynard Children’s Hospital, said the children’s hospital has immensely benefited the youngest patients in the East and made for more seamless care.

Schweitzer Fellows address health care issues at ECU Health sites

Four students in the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University have been named to the 2023-24 class of the North Carolina Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (NCASF) program and will spend the next year working on projects that address social factors that impact health and health care. Their projects will be completed in part at ECU Health facilities.

Introducing: ECU Health Alliance

As part of our ongoing integration, we are proud to announce that our clinically integrated network, Vidant Integrated Care, is now ECU Health Alliance!

While our name has changed, our vision remains the same. Together, we will work to manage costs while enhancing quality and patient outcomes across eastern North Carolina.

Monthly CME offering

On behalf of ECU Health Alliance (formerly Vidant Integrated Care), we invite you to attend:

Primer on Value Based Care, Part 2

Mott Blair, MD

Medical Director, ECU Health Alliance

This month's session will be held virtually on Tuesday, July 25 from 12-1 p.m. Click the button below for more information.

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Medicaid Healthy Opportunities Pilot (NC HOP)

The Healthy Opportunities Pilots is the country's first comprehensive program to evaluate the impact of providing Medicaid members with evidence-based, non-medical interventions like housing navigation services, violence intervention services, fruit and vegetable prescriptions, and more.

To be eligible, members must live in a Pilot region and have at least one qualifying physical or behavioral health condition and one qualifying social risk factor.

Resources for you and your patients

Pilot region map

Pilot service fee schedule

AccessEast Healthy Opportunities

NC HOP patient flyer: English | Spanish

Healthy Opportunities Pilots at Work