The donation is a series of multi-year gifts given by the EATON Corporation to benefit Self Regional Healthcare.
“We are fortunate to be able to help local organizations that do so much good for the community,” said Dr. David Isenhower, Chief Medical Informatics Officer at Self Regional Healthcare. “It’s a testament to their hard work and dedication to receive these grants thatallow them to expand their services and benefit more people in need.”
Advanced ICU Care’s and MUSC’s team of intensivists and critical care nurses work around-the-clock complementing the care provided by the Self Regional physicians. The program continuously monitors patient vital signs, medications, labs and clinical status.
These announcements come just months after the two healthcare organizations entered into an affiliation agreement that was designed to enhance and improve healthcare services available in Edgefield County. That agreement established a long-term, collaborative relationship between the two hospitals and opened the way for joint projects like this medical office building.
Winners of the award posses a caring attitude and respect for patients, residents and students; value human dignity; and demonstrate a passion for teaching, working with others and participating in community service activities.
Healthy Learners addresses identified unmet health needs of school children through coordination of care with the school nurse, parent and local provider partners to assure the health need is met. Healthy Learners also provides transportation for children that face transportation as a barrier to receiving health care.
The Vari-Lift® is the only stand-alone solution for spine stabilization that eliminates the need for rods and screws to treat multiple spine disorders like disc herniation, degenerative disc disease, adjacent level disease and spondylolisthesis. The tool offers a minimally invasive approach to fusion operations that other centers do not possess. Self Regional continues to be at the forefront of spine care, investing in new and innovative technology as it becomes available.
Dr. Marshall was the catalyst behind establishing a Level III NICU at Self Regional, the only Level III NICU in the Lakelands region, which allows our organization to take care of some of the smallest and sickest babies. He also was instrumental in the construction of the NICU in the early 1990s and spearheaded the renovations that were completed in March of this year.
Healthcare and Emergency facilities like Self Regional Healthcare are sensitive to foot traffic, which is one of the first issues businesses face with large numbers of Pokémon GO players making their way around cities and towns.
In this center, Project HOPE Foundation will provide the best evidence-based treatment for autism, run behaviorally-based group sessions, and hold training workshops for families and professionals. While this program will be new to Greenwood, it is based on Project HOPE Foundation’s 20-year history of services in the Upstate.