Self Regional Medical Center Announces Temporary Visitation Restrictions
(Greenwood, S.C., Jan. 8, 2015) At this time, Self Regional Medical Center is placing temporary visitation restrictions to protect our patients and other visitors against the spread of flu.
If you have any respiratory illness or are a child age 12 and younger, we request that you do not visit hospitalized patients at Self Regional Medical Center. Read more...
10 AED Grants Available - Applications Due April 30
Self Regional Heart and Vascular is launching a community-based Automatic External Defibrillator, or AED, grant program. 10 AEDs are available through this program. We invite community members to fill out our online grant application submitting their organization for the program. Applications accepted through April 30. (3/23/2015.)
Student Volunteers Needed - Applications Due April 17
Self Regional Healthcare's Volunteer Services department is now accepting applications for student volunteers for the summer. The program has a maximum of 35 slots for high school volunteers. Download the application online and turn in before April 17.
Heart Health Screenings & Events in February
Self Regional team members wore their hearts on their sleeves (and chests) on February 6 for 2015 National "Go Red Day".
Additional Heart Health events this month included a specially-priced cardiovascular screening, and a nutritional tour of the grocery store.
Self Regional Healthcare Welcomes Three New Trustees
Construction business owner Hubert "Joe" Chandler; financial executive James M. Manley, Jr., CPA; and retired IBM executive Linda T. McDonald have accepted six-year appointments on the board of trustees. (01/13/2015.)
Heydel Respiratory Therapy Scholarship Awarded
Newberry native Julie Culbertson has received the M. John and Drenda Heydel Respiratory Therapy Scholarship. Culbertson is in her final year of the RT program and plans to work with Critical Care patients. (12/17/2014.)
SRH Announces Next Round of Community Grants
SRH has awarded $268,700 in this round of community improvement grants to help provide emergency defibrillators, preventive health measures, treatment for victims of sexual violence and abuse, and assist bilingual/bicultural patients. (12/15/2014.)
Lights for Love Star Honors Legacy of Local Internist
The 2014 Lights for Love Star honors Dr. Wiley Price, Jr., one of Greenwood's first internal medicine physicians, who laid the groundwork for specialists and internists to join the greater Greenwood community over the next 60 years. (12/11/2014.)
Chairs Announced for 2015 Mid-Winter Ball
Priya Kumar, M.D., and Megha Lal will co-chair the 27th Annual Mid-Winter Ball. The gala event takes place Feb 28, 2015, and features an exotic theme "A Passage To India" to take guests on an incredible journey.
SC Spine Center Marks 1,000 Cases with Brainlab
SC Spine Center, home to the Southeast's first Brainsuite® iCT, announced its 1,000th patient's surgical procedure using this intra-operative technology. (10/20/2014.)
SRH Foundation Receives $150k
from Symetra Women's Health Golf Classic
Proceeds from the golf tournament will help establish a fund for community outreach and programming to improve women's health in the region. (8/03/2014.)
8 Local Nursing Students Awarded Scholarships
Eight recipients were awarded $1,000 nursing scholarships from the SRH Foundation. (8/01/2014.)
5 New Community Outreach Grant Recipients Announced
SRH Community Outreach grants this quarter will help provide safe haven, expand Girls on the Run, visit limited-income new moms at home, and more. (7/11/2014.)
SRH Funds Autism and Cancer Research in new Genetics Hub
The first five projects to be funded in the new genetics hub focus on autism spectrum disorders, hereditary cancers. (6/13/2014.)
Self Regional Named Gallup 'Great Workplace' for 7th Year
Gallup has named Self Regional Healthcare a Great Workplace Award recipient for the seventh consecutive year. (6/04/2014.)
SRH Recognized for Patient Safety Excellence
The SC Hospital Association awarded Self Regional the SC "Certified Zero Harm Award" for excellent performance in patient safety. (4/22/2014.)