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Laurel Cancer Care – Radiation Treatment

Radiation therapy is a cancer treatment that uses high dose beams of radiation to destroy cancer cells. Radiation Oncologist, Cameron Pimperl, MD explains how CT scans and the equipment that is used work in the process of radiation treatment. For…

July 6, 2015 | News

Lew Yoder

Attorney Lew Yoder is a husband – son – and, his favorite, a dad. Lew and his wife Jade had their daughter Blair at South Central Regional Medical Center. Since that time, they have enjoyed raising her right here in…

June 29, 2015 | Healthbreak

Stroke Survivor

In July 2014, Reverend Jimmie Bunch began to have chest pain and self medicated with aspirin. Rev. Bunch described these instances as ‘blank spells’. “I would not pass out, but everything would go blank for a moment”, says Bunch. After…

June 22, 2015 | Healthbreak

Speaking of Women Monday, June 29th

Please make plans to join us for the upcoming Speaking of Women. Personal safety has become an issue of importance for everyone, but especially for women. During this vital luncheon, Laurel Police Department Detective Brandon Evans will discuss the top safety tips…

June 17, 2015 | News

Second Generation to be Born at South Central

Jim Rasberry, Financial Advisor and owner of Rasberry Financial, along with his wife Malorie are parents to daughter Lucy. Jim is local to Laurel and has lived here all his life. He was even born at SCRMC. “There is no…

June 16, 2015 | Healthbreak

Diabetes Patients 15 Times More At Risk For Chronic Wounds

Eight million Americans suffer from a chronic wound annually, and 15% of diabetics will have a non-healing wound sometime during their lifetime. Most people do not realize that without proper treatment these non-healing open ulcers can be so severe they…

June 15, 2015 | News