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ComfortCare Hospice

Research shows that many terminally-ill patients and their family members do not decide to contact hospice until the last week or so of the patient’s life, when they could have had help and support from the hospice team for several…

August 31, 2015 | Healthbreak

Hurricane Katrina: A Look Back 10 Years Later

“Take care of our employees and they will take care of our patients.” – Doug Higginbotham, President & CEO, South Central Regional Medical Center On Monday, August 29, 2005, disaster struck the very place we call home. Being the largest and third…

August 28, 2015 | News

South Central Classic Set for September 26th

South Central Classic 5K Run/Walk on September 26th to benefit American Heart Association South Central Regional Medical Center is set to host its 10th annual South Central Classic on Saturday, September 26th. All proceeds from the South Central Classic 5K…

August 27, 2015 | Events

Comfort Care Home Health

Comfort Care Home Health nurse Danielle Welch explains that surgery or hospitalization will often make a person weaker than they were.  Comfort Care Home Health has specialists to help with multiple therapies and wound care, as well as helping with…

August 24, 2015 | Healthbreak

August 2015 Employee of the Month

Congratulations to Henrietta Carmichael, we recognize and appreciate your commitment to excellence. Henrietta has worked at South Central for 10 years, and was selected as the August employee of the month.

August 17, 2015 | News

Sleep Apnea and Depression Part 2

“The more frequently people snore, gasp, or stop breathing for short period of times while they sleep, the more likely they are to show symptoms of depression.” Rhonda McNair, certified counselor at SCRMC, explains that they ask about sleep patterns…

August 17, 2015 | Healthbreak