To earn accreditation, the Optimum Life Center’s Rehabilitation Program participated in an application process that requires extensive documentation of the program’s practices.
Survivors were connected through shared inspiration, highlighting the day’s purpose of celebration.
The event featured several presentations covering key topics regarding breast cancer and breast health.
On July 25, the Self Regional Healthcare Foundation’s Business & Industry Committee will hold its third annual Business Leader Luncheon at the Inn On The Square.
Beyond Abuse, Greater Greenwood United Ministry and Hospice Care of the Piedmont applied for and were awarded grant funds from Self Regional Healthcare’s Community Health Committee to continue improving their respective care programs.
CNL’s have trained to provide clinical leadership for bedside care and can also oversee the safe and effective delivery of high quality care by all other nursing staff. Additionally, they promote patient-centered care, improve patient outcomes, collaborate with physicians and assure proper coordination of care throughout the healthcare system.
High School students in our community will become the workforce of the future. Promoting healthcare careers early inspires students to develop the skills and attitudes that will lead to a successful career in healthcare.
Each year since 1974, the Self Regional Healthcare Auxiliary’s largest fundraising event, Lights for Love, has invited the community to make donations in memory or honor of those who are significant in their lives.
t is a pleasure to welcome these three outstanding individuals,” said incoming Board Chair Linda McDonald. “Our new members have the skills, experience and dedication to public service required of their new positions on the Board. I look forward to serving with them.”
Each year one upstate hospital hosts the event and partners with other healthcare organizations to support and present new information to those who work in the cardiology field and with STEMI (ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction) patients, who have endured very serious heart attacks.