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The SEHCNC Story

Southeastern Healthcare of NC began in 1991 as a small adult day health facility serving 12 participants.  Responding to the growing needs among seniors and disabled adults, Southeastern expanded its service offerings to include home health, outpatient therapy, mental health homes, psychosocial rehabilitation, peer support, community health services, overnight respite, health education, and wellness, in addition to the adult day health program. Most recently, Southeastern partnered with the NC Department of Health & Human Services to provide critically needed services to 23 NC counties located in Medicaid regions 2 and 4 during the COVID-19 pandemic. Between 2020 and 2022, Southeastern’s teams of Community Health Workers served over 1.1 million North Carolinians during the pandemic with medical, social support, and resource services. Our well-trained multidisciplinary team of professionals has helped bring a sense of peace and security to countless families through the care and support offered in each of our programs.

 

Today, Southeastern Healthcare has evolved into a leader among home and community care service providers.  We have developed an integrated approach in our delivery of services to ensure that the appropriate community-based or in-home services are available to all program participants.  We work directly with healthcare providers, family members, and community partners to provide continuity in care and service delivery.

 

Southeastern is committed to providing quality services and to continue developing best practices that can be replicated by other service providers. We have been providing aging and disabled adult services for more than 30 years.  

 

Southeastern is certified by the NC Division of Aging and Adult Services and is accredited by the Commission Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).   

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Robert & Evelyn Sanders, founders of Southeastern Healthcare of NC accepting their 2023 Inner City 100 Award for the second year in a row.

SEHCNC Leadership

SEHCNC Leadership

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Evelyn L. Sanders
President & Chief Executive Officer
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Mary Ann McNeill-Sanders
Chief Administrative Officer
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Ida Johnson Dawson,
M.H.S, P.A., 
Physician Assistant
Medical Director
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Paulette Brock-Fogg
Executive Administrative Assistant
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Gloria Lovett,
LCSW, MSW, ACSW
Clinical Director
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Patricia Spivey
Program Director of
Psychosocial Rehabilitation
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Lucette Mercer
Director of
Community Health Worker Programs
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Sean Sanders

Director of IT
Southeastern News
2023 IC 100 Award

2023 IC 100 Award

Shaw University Honors Sanders

Shaw University Honors Sanders

Sanders: Women in Business Award

Sanders: Women in Business Award

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