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Colleton Medical Center will also host a Clemson v. Carolina canned food drive in conjunction with the blood drive.
Colleton Medical Center shines a light on suicide prevention by lighting the hospital teal and purple for Suicide Prevention Month.
The designation is achieved through exemplary performance in advocacy, leadership, and nursing practice and operations.
The national designation recognizes Colleton Medical Center's achievements in providing safe healthcare services.
"Matt has proven to be a motivated leader with a firm understanding of imaging and management," says Dayton Strader, VP of Operations.
Colleton Medical Center is pleased to host a community blood drive on Thursday, July 7, from 10 am to 3 pm.
"Recognizing our team members who continue to go above and beyond is a great privilege," said Jimmy Hiott, Colleton Medical Center CEO.
Colleton Medical Center welcomes Walterboro native, Victoria Clark, as the new Director of the Medical Surgical Unit.
The Acute Stroke Ready Hospital Certification recognizes Colleton Medical Center's commitment to patient safety and quality of care.
Funding to help develop, pilot, and launch youth mental wellness workshops
Colleton Medical Center is pleased to announce the promotion of Mrs. Michelle Grinberg to Director of Health Information Management.
For the second consecutive time, Colleton Medical Center has received an "A" Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade.
Effective Monday, April 25, Labor and Delivery patients may have three designated visitors.
Jirel has worked her way through the Surgical Service ranks and will now lead the Surgical Services Department as Director.
Colleton Medical Center will lift certain visitation restrictions beginning Friday, March 25.
Colleton Medical Center Rehab Program #1 for patient experience as rated by patients.
Following an unannounced evaluation of performance standards, Colleton Medical Center earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval®.
Mr. Plowden is a pillar of leadership and will forever be regarded for his invaluable service and dedication.
In addition to the monetary donation, CMC also donated blankets, cat food, box tops, and cleaning supplies.
Beginning, Wednesday, January 5, non-COVID-19 patients may have one visitor, age 18 or older, during visiting hours.