In South Carolina, approximately 3845* women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. Approximately 678 will die from the disease.
Colorectal cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in both men and women, and even though it is one of the more deadly of the leading cancers, it is also the most preventable.
The Carolina Academy Headmaster Stevie Phillips is more than excited about the coming changes at the Lake City private prep school.
Adam Gude hasn’t followed the most direct path to a career in health care; but if he graduates, as expected, next December in the first class of Doctorate in Nursing Practice graduates from Francis Marion University, he’ll be where right he always wanted to be.
The nurse’s role in the care of patients is multifaceted. Registered Nurses (RNs) contribute to the assessment, fact finding and collection of data that provides valuable information to determine the patient’s ailment or diagnosis. Nurses develop a unique plan of care for each patient that ensures Physician orders are carried out as well as address the personal, emotional and educational needs of the patient.
Carolinas Centers for Sight, P.C. (CCFS) provides advanced technology procedures to North and South Carolina residents with emphasis on optimal visual outcomes. CCFS has been providing medical/surgical ophthalmology services for nearly 30 years and has five offices for patient convenience.
Carolinas Hospital System is a leading regional acute care facility, comprised of 396 beds, more than 1,500 employees and nearly 300 physicians representing all major specialties.