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The New Hospital CEO Warmly Welcomed

The New Hospital CEO Warmly Welcomed

The new CEO at the Edgefield County Hospital was given a great “start-up”’ (like send-off) as he began his first full week of work. Brandon Clary was honored with a…

DHEC to Issue Ground-Level Ozone Forecasts

DHEC to Issue Ground-Level Ozone Forecasts

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control will begin issuing daily forecasts for ground-level ozone starting March 31, the agency announced yesterday. “During the warmer months,…

DHEC Launches Permit Central to Streamline Permitting Process

DHEC Launches Permit Central to Streamline Permitting Process

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control has unveiled Permit Central, a new initiative that simplifies the process for obtaining health and environmental permits, the agency…

Students: Got Plans For The Summer?

Students: Got Plans For The Summer?

Self Regional Healthcare Recruiting Student Volunteers To Work At Medical Center –  Greenwood, S.C. – Self Regional Healthcare is now accepting applications for student volunteers for the summer. High school and…

7th Annual Shamrock Run/Walk to be Held March 16th

7th Annual Shamrock Run/Walk to be Held March 16th

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Downtown Edgefield. Participate in the race or just visit the square and enjoy the events. This year’s Shamrock Run/Walk is being held in Memory of Dr.…

Norovirus on the Rise; Take Precautions Now

Norovirus on the Rise; Take Precautions Now

COLUMBIA, S.C. – With the arrival of the peak of norovirus season (January-March), the South Carolina Department of Health and Environment Control warns S.C residents of the dangers of norovirus.…

S.C. Infant Mortality Rate Stabilizes While Disparities Widen

S.C. Infant Mortality Rate Stabilizes While Disparities Widen

COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina’s infant mortality rate in 2011 remained stable at 7.4 deaths per 1,000 babies born, the state Department of Health and Environmental Control announced today. “Although…

Health Related Home Care to Now Serve Edgefield

Health Related Home Care to Now Serve Edgefield

Health Related Home Care is excited to be able to provide home health services to residents of Edgefield. Michelle Garner, RN the Community Nurse Liaison, spent most of 2011 in…

Restructuring Planned for Department of Health & Environmental Control

Restructuring Planned for Department of Health & Environmental Control

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) recently announced the forthcoming restructuring of their agency.  According to Jim Beasley, Media Relations contact for DHEC, who spoke via…

Flu Outbreak Prompts Reminder From Senior Care Experts

Flu Outbreak Prompts Reminder From Senior Care Experts

This flu season is shaping up to be one of the worst in decades – with the Centers for Disease Control already reporting widespread outbreaks in many states. While anyone…

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