Honorees in 12 categories were recognized during an event in Columbia, as SC Biz News expanded its Health Care Heroes program this year to include honorees from across the state.
The groundbreaking report places a spotlight on residents who work at low-paying jobs, have little or no savings and are one emergency or unexpected expense from a cycle of financial instability.
Lexington Medical Center has awarded $1,400,500 to 26 organizations in the Midlands that enhance the health and well-being of community members.
The settlement resolves allegations that the practice received kickbacks in violation of the Anti-Kickback Statute in return for laboratory referrals and caused the submission of false or fraudulent claims to Medicare and TRICARE.
Amanda Clark became a respiratory therapist after being impacted from personal loss due to chronic lung diseases including asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, also known as COPD. Years of work in the field gave Clark pe
Boxes of crutches that line one wall of the warehouse at Columbia’s Rhino Medical Supply are a testament to the challenges of the health care supply chain.
A 9,600-square-foot multi-tenant office building located at 5115 Forest Drive was recently sold to Lexington Medical Center.
For the first time this year's recognition is a statewide honor, with an awards event set for Dec. 7 in Columbia.
The organization is teaming up with a New York-based software company in using tech to help address health and social needs that stretch beyond the hospital walls.
Tyler Sherrill has been named the new Chief Operating Officer of MUSC Health’s Midlands Division, effective later this summer
The South Carolina Healthy Business Challenge also has a presence in the Lowcountry and the Upstate.
Littlejohn comes to MUSC Health from Community Health Systems in North Carolina where he served as network CEO