Diabetes Education Program

Jones County and Mississippi, as a whole, have some of the highest rates for diabetes in the country. South Central Regional Medical Center offers a diabetes education program to teach people how to manage their disease. Sandra Faircloth, RN, MSN,…

May 25, 2015 | Healthbreak

Frozen Shoulder Patient

Lori Burson suffered from pain in her right shoulder. The daily tasks of getting dressed, fixing her hair, and even playing tennis were almost too much to bare. Lori dealt with this pain in all of her day to day…

May 18, 2015 | Healthbreak

Free LapBand Surgery Seminar To Educate Community.

There are many reasons a person can become obese. While the exact causes are still unknown, many factors, including genetic, environmental, and metabolic disorders, may contribute. Whether you have 30 or 100 pounds to lose the important thing is: how you…

May 12, 2015 | News

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can occur due to injury, trama, or overuse. Dr. Derrick Burgess, M.D. Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sports Medicine, says that people notice shoulder pain long before they seek medical treatment. People genuinely begin to notice it in their daily lives,…

May 11, 2015 | Healthbreak

Child Sexual Abuse Counseling

Child abuse plagues all communities. It often times goes unnoticed and unreported. Certified counselor, Rhonda McNair says to look for changes in the attitude and behavior of your child. It is best to keep a line of open communication on…

May 4, 2015 | Healthbreak

Books Are Fun: A Community Book Fair

South Central Health Care Foundation is hosting Books Are Fun, a community book fair May 6th – 8th at South Central Place and South Central Regional Medical Center. Books Are Fun will feature NY Times Best Sellers, Devotionals, Children’s Books,…

April 29, 2015 | Events