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About Us

About NEWH Regional Medical Center, PLLC

Our Mission: “To build generational health and long lasting relationships within the families and communities we serve by providing patient-centered, high quality preventive and primary care, while improving health literacy through patient education, and proving our commitment to the populations we serve through community involvement and patient engagement”.


Our Vision: “Becoming a leader in healthcare and a teaching primary care practice for medical, nursing, and allied health professionals to continue providing superior quality and evidence-based care while improving patient outcomes in the communities we serve”.

Providing you with  the best care in Rocky Mount & Beyond

Meet Dr. LaToya McCurdy

Dr. LaToya McCurdy, FNP-BC is a North Carolina native with over 10 years of professional

healthcare experience. She began her career at Duke University Hospital. She attended

graduate school at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and completed her

doctoral degree at East Carolina University in 2022.

Dr. McCurdy's professional experience includes primary care - Internal and Family Medicine,

acute care - Pulmonary Critical Care, long-term care, and long-term acute care. She’s practiced

Family Medicine in eastern NC for the past five years.

In 2022, Dr. McCurdy transitioned into her new primary care practice, NEWH Regional Medical

Center, PLLC. She also practices at NUTRADRiP IV Hydration & Wellness Clinic, PLLC, both

located in her hometown of Rocky Mount, NC.

Dr. McCurdy is a healthcare entrepreneur, mentor, public speaker, and published author. She’s

provided written works as a guest contributor in the nationally published health and wellness

magazine, The Color of Wellness. Also, Dr. McCurdy co-authored a graduate nursing textbook

entitled, The Intersection of Social Justice in Nursing. She is an advocate for health policy

reform, supporting state legislation that increases access to quality care. She is passionate

about patient education and increasing health literacy within the community to build

generational health.

In 2020, McCurdy received national recognition by the American Association of Nurse

Practitioners (AANP) for her service and dedication to the community and nursing profession

during the COVID-19 pandemic. As a leader in healthcare, McCurdy was selected to join UNC

Chapel Hill School of Medicine’s Clinical Leadership Academy in 2022.


Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her two children and family.

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