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Pitt County - Region 10
Founded in 1760, Pitt County is home to about 170,250 people and eleven cities, the largest of which is Greenville. While there are several college education opportunities and well-known local restaurants, Pitt County is also recognized for its many nature sites where outdoor adventures await. The Greenville Greenway is a 9-mile trail, used for walking, running, or biking, with multiple entrance points that flows alongside the Tar River. Just north of the Tar River, you will find the Pitt County Health Department right in the heart of the county, making it a central and easily accessible location for those that reside in Pitt County.
Contact Pitt County Health Department at (252) 902-3200 to learn more about ENC Prevent Diabetes and the upcoming programs/sessions available.
Pitt County Lifestyle Coach Information
Laquelia Lewis
MPH, MA, CHES
Laquelia Lewis, MPH, MA, CHES
ENC Prevent Diabetes Program Coordinator
Pitt County Health Dept.
(252) 902-2466
Laquelia is with the Pitt County Health Department and is the Regional Program Coordinator for ENC Prevent Diabetes. She has a Master’s degree in Public Health with a concentration in Health Promotion and also a Master’s of Art Degree in Human Service Counseling, Life Coaching. Laquelia is also a Certified Health Education Specialist who enjoys helping individuals adopt sustainable lifestyle changes to promote quality health.
Trena Carmon
Trena Carmon
Trena attended East Carolina University and received her bachelor’s degree in Economics. This is her first year as a Lifestyle Coach for ENC Prevent Diabetes. Trena enjoys teaching and introducing new ways of eating and cooking. She considers herself a foodie and enjoys cooking healthy meals.
Ronita Jones
BA
Ronita Jones, BA
ronita.jones@pittcountync.gov
Lifestyle Coach, ENC Prevent Diabetes
(252) 902-2300
Ronita is a retired Human Resources Director who developed an interest in health and wellness almost 20 years ago. For more than 18 years, she has been able to maintain her lifestyle changes and encourages other to do the same. As a Lifestyle Coach for ENC Prevent Diabetes for 5 years, she often reminds participants either you may spend extra money on yourself for a healthier you or possibly spend the money on extra healthcare - the choice is yours.
Madison Simms
BS
Madison Sims, BS
simsma18@students.ecu.edu
Lifestyle Coach, ENC Prevent Diabetes
(252) 744-4611
Madison is a Lifestyle Coach for ENC Prevent Diabetes for ECU Family Medicine. She has an undergrad degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from East Carolina University. Madison is currently a graduate student pursuing a master’s degree in Nutrition at ECU. She has lived in ENC for a little over 4 years now and has thoroughly enjoyed her time and cannot wait to continue. Madison loves working with the program and building a connection with participants to see the healthy lifestyle changes they have made throughout their journey.
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Pitt County Location Information
ECU Family Medicine
101 Heart Drive
Greenville, NC 27834
(252) 744-4611
Pitt County Health Dept.
201 Government Drive
Greenville, NC 27834
(252) 902-2300
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Diabetes in Eastern North Carolina