The community-based nonprofit, Meg’s House, offers emergency shelter and supportive services for women and children who are victims of domestic violence, and emergency shelter to men who are victims of family violence.
The funding that Self Regional provides is critical for the operations of the GGUM Free Medical Clinic, which serves as a medical home for over 1,300 Greenwood County residents who cannot afford health insurance and do not qualify for Medicaid.
The Self Regional Healthcare Foundation’s scholarship program is built on community campaigns and fundraising that ensure qualified and talented individuals have the opportunity to pursue a career in healthcare.
The M. John and Drenda Heydel Respiratory Therapy scholarship, named in honor of former respiratory therapist and Self Regional Healthcare President and CEO John Heydel and his wife Drenda, is available to first- and second-year students enrolled in the respiratory therapy program at Piedmont Technical College.
Working Well helps employers develop a strategic plan to impact employee health and productivity by focusing on policy, systems and environmental changes, which are often low or no cost.
The 4,200 square foot facility is the newest primary care practice for Self Regional Healthcare, and will also serve as a near site clinic for the Occupational Health program, due in large part to its proximity to the industrial sector of Greenwood.
He discovered that vascular occlusion (blood flow restriction) during low-resistance exercises recreates what happens during heavy weight lifting, making it possible for injured and elderly patients to obtain strength safely, without exerting a large amount of force or bearing a heavy weight load.
Self Regional Healthcare has received its 11th consecutive Gallup Great Workplace Award. This award honors organizations for their extraordinary ability to create engaged workplace cultures that drive business outcomes.
Anodyne® Infrared Therapy is a light treatment that increases circulation
and reduces pain, stiffness, and muscle spasms in patients with neuropathy, a common side effect of chemotherapy.
Students must be 15 years of age and a rising high school sophomore, junior or senior at the time of application. Applicants must also maintain at least a “C” grade point average and have a guidance counselor’s recommendation. We request that all students be interested in a healthcare career.