Onslow Memorial Hospital is committed to promoting a Culture of Compliance.

It is our responsibility to act ethically and in accordance with the Code of Conduct, applicable OMH Policies, and relevant laws, rules, and regulations to provide people in our community with quality medical services delivered in a friendly, safe, and caring environment. Everyone working with our organization (including employees, physicians, contractors, vendors, and volunteers) are accountable for compliance results and compliant behavior, which is expected at all times.

Our organization takes its responsibility to comply with the law very seriously and has taken steps to prevent, detect, and correct legal violations throughout the system. You can help encurage and cultivate our growing Culture of Compliance by always abiding by applicable policies, laws, and regulations.

Erin Tallman, SVP Patient Advocacy & Compliance Officer

In order to be successful, the Compliance Program requires the collective participation of every individual within the Hospital. If you have any questions or concerns regarding potential non-compliant behavior, incidents, or violations, please reach out to your supervisor, Compliance office, or report through the Compliance Hotline.



The OMH Compliance Program is oversen by the Finance and Compliance Committee of the Board of Directors.

The Compliance Program is administered by the Compliance Office, and led by OMH Compliance Officer, who is responsible for administering the program with the support of the Compliance Coordinator. Together, they are responsible for the day-to-day implementation of the Compliance Program.

The Compliance Program received support from the Executive Leadership, the Compliance Committee, and applicable UNC Roundtables.

The Compliance Office does not make operational decisions, but is available to advise and assist with applicable policies, rules, and regulations. Do not hesitate to reach out to the Compliance Office with questions or concerns.