SRP Fun Shoot to Benefit Healthcare Foundation

SRP Fun Shoot to Benefit Healthcare Foundation

The Edgefield County Hospital Healthcare Foundation has announced a “SRP Fun Shoot” to be held at the NWTF Palmetto Shooting Complex in Edgefield on October 24. They have opened the event up for sponsorships at several costs: $10,000; $2500; $1000; and $500. Each sponsorship carries perks from the ten thousand dollar one, which gives two […]

Milanes is Confirmed Hospital CEO

Milanes is Confirmed Hospital CEO

In a letter from the Edgefield County Hospital Board (signed by Board Chair Connie Sutton and Personnel Committee Chair John Pettigrew) the following statements were made available to the ECH employees and the press, on Wednesday morning, July 29. “We are pleased to inform you the BOT took action at our July 27 board meeting […]

Rural Health Students Visit ECH

Rural Health Students Visit ECH

Rural Health students, ones included in a class taught by Graham Adams and Amy Martin, were welcomed by EC Hospital temporary CEO Carlos Milanes and Head Nurse Cheryl Faust on Friday before they toured the hospital building and grounds. CEO Milanes characterized the hospital as a Critical Care Hospital with up to 25 beds and […]

R. Vaughan Massie, M.D. to Offer Orthopedic Care at ECH

June 2, 2015 – Edgefield County Hospital welcomes R. Vaughan Massie, M.D., of Aiken, SC. Dr. Massie is a general Orthopedic Surgeon who specializes in sports medicine and arthroscopy.  He is a partner at Carolina Musculoskeletal Institute and provides surgical services at Aiken Regional Medical Center and also the Surgery Center of Aiken.  He is […]

Edgefield County Hospital Appoints New Interim CEO

April, 14, 2015 – Carlos Milanes, MBA, MHS, MeD, EdS, FACHE, was selected as the Interim CEO for Edgefield County Hospital at a special called board meeting on April 13.   Carlos will assume his new role on Monday, April  20.  Mr. Milanes brings over twenty-five years of healthcare leadership experience; his most recent role was […]

Candles for Caring

Candles for Caring

The Edgefield County Hospital Candles for Caring program is back for the 2014 Holiday season in support of the ECH Auxiliary. Those being honored and remembered will have their names displayed on banners in the hospital lobby during the month of December. Please support us by sending at least $5 per name and bringing it […]

ECH – Current Shake Ups and Plans for the Future

ECH – Current Shake Ups and Plans for the Future

– By Tifani Ireland – Brandon Clary, CEO of Edgefield County Hospital, resigned his post, December, 3, 2014, effective immediately, according to an announcement received by The Advertiser from the hospital, Thursday, Dec. 4. This resignation comes on the heels of a lengthy discussion on ECH held by Edgefield County Council at their regularly scheduled […]

Edgefield Hospital CEO Resigns

Edgefield Hospital CEO Resigns

The Board of Trustees of Edgefield County Hospital has accepted the resignation of Brandon Clary, Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Clary’s resignation is effective immediately. Mr. Clary’s last day of employment was December 3, 2014. The Board expressed its appreciation for Mr. Clary’s service as CEO, and wished him well in his endeavors. The Board anticipates […]

South Carolina Spine Center Marks 1,000 Cases With Brainlab

South Carolina Spine Center Marks 1,000 Cases With Brainlab

Greenwood, S.C. – The South Carolina Spine Center, home to the Southeast’s first Brainsuite® iCT, announced today its 1000th patient’s surgical procedure using this intra-operative technology installed in June 2010. Self Regional Healthcare was the first health system in the Southeast and the fourth medical facility in the U.S. to offer this leading edge surgical […]

Notes from ECH July Board Meeting

Notes from ECH July Board Meeting

– By Tiffani Ireland – The Edgefield County Hospital board met Monday night, July 28, for their regularly scheduled monthly meeting.  After Chairman Tim Williams called the meeting to order, Chief Financial Officer Kelly Cox informed the board, “June was a very good month for us.”  Ms. Cox went on to say that “operationally, we are […]

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