Representatives from Air Methods explained that nurses, pilots and paramedics must have several years of experience to be hired.
They fought for their lives against COVID-19 and a team of respiratory therapists fought with them. Now, they want to thank them.
The medical practice will be completed in spring 2023.
The University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville celebrated the class of 2024 on May 22 with a White Coat ceremony.
Alzheimer’s and dementia sufferers in assisted living facilities benefit from being treated like individuals.
“This new mobile unit complements the already high-quality care provided at our brick and mortar facilities,” said Bon Secours St. Francis market president Matt Caldwell.
Walt’s Waltz is a Greenville-based organization working to raise awareness around mental health conditions through education.
The acquisition came due in part to a substantial gift from the owners of Bearwood, Dr. Terry Holdredge and Susan Holdredge.
Research has found a majority of misused prescription drugs were taken from family and friends.
Following six reported cases of blood clotting in individuals who had received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the South Carolina Department…
More than 90 resident physicians will join Prisma Health in the Upstate.
The program was announced in February and is expected to begin caring for patients later this year.
The grant will fund the first five-year phase of the Center of Biomedical Research Excellence.
The construction project is part renovation and part new construction.
Not many nurses can say they were students during a pandemic, helping to vaccinate the public against a novel disease. But 278 Clemson nursing students can make that claim —…