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SCRMC October 2018 Employee of the Month

Posted November 5, 2018

Ben Turner was selected as the Employee of the Month for October 2018. He is a Buyer Supervisor in Materiels Management and has been employed by South Central Regional Medical Center for just over 4 years. Ben said his favorite thing about working for SCRMC is, “my role at South Central keeps me busy thinking […]

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September 10 2018

South Central Classic 5K | September 29

South Central Classic 5K Run/Walk on September 29th to benefit American Heart Association South Central Regional Medical Center is set to host its 13th annual South Central Classic on Saturday, September 29th. All proceeds from the South Central Classic 5K Run/Walk event will benefit the American Heart Association. The race and registration will be held […]

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September 05 2018

Fall Prevention Awareness Day | September 21

South Central Regional Medical Center Works to End Older Adult Falls Free Community Education Event to Feature Education and Screening. One day every year, across the country, thousands of educators, caregivers, health and aging professionals and older adults focus their efforts on one goal: preventing falls. That is why South Central Regional Medical Center is […]

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September 03 2018

Hands in Clay | September 29

Hands in Clay will be back in Laurel on September 29th. Now is the perfect time to start Christmas shopping! To schedule your appointment, click the link below. Proceeds benefit the South Central Health Care Foundation. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0d4dafae22a5f58-october9

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September 01 2018

Twigs Grand Opening | September 14

South Central Regional Medical Center invites you to join us for the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting of Twigs, the SCRMC Gift Shop. The event will be held on Friday, September 14th at 10 a.m. Door prizes and refreshments will be served from 10 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

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September 01 2018

September Special | Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery Center

Treat yourself this month! The Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery Center of Laurel is offering Vanquish, a package of 4 treatments, for $1,600 (a $2,000 value) and Kybella, a package of 3 treatments, for $1,600 (a $3,000 value). To take advantage of these specials, please call 601-425-7522 or visit the Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery Center at 1410 […]

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August 30 2018

13th Annual South Central Class 5K | September 29th

South Central Classic 5K Run/Walk on September 29th to benefit American Heart Association  South Central Regional Medical Center is set to host its 13th annual South Central Classic on Saturday, September 29th. All proceeds from the South Central Classic 5K Run/Walk event will benefit the American Heart Association. The race and registration will be held in […]

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August 21 2018

Lunch & Learn | September 7th

New Hope for Hearing Loss: Lunch and Learn on Friday, September 7th. Join South Central Regional Medical Center on Friday, September 7th as Jessica Smith, Au.D., CCC-A Audiologist at Ear, Nose and Throat Surgical Clinic of Laurel, discusses new trends in hearing loss. As technology advances, hearing specialists say hearing aids will continue to get […]

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August 16 2018

Free Vein Screening | September 13

The Vein Center in Laurel Offers Free Screenings for Varicose Veins on Thursday, September 13. Varicose veins affect half of the people over age 50 and can start earlier, for example, following pregnancy in women. You may notice the darkened leg veins first as a cosmetic nuisance, a reason not to wear shorts. But for […]

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August 02 2018

August Special | Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery Center

During the month of August, all OBAGI products at the Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery Center are 20% off. Take advantage of this offer by calling 601-425-7522 or visit the center at 1410 Jefferson Street in Laurel. Special is only valid on products in-stock and only during the month of August 2018.

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July 25 2018

Lunch and Learn with Dr. Keith Winstead | August 3

Osteoporosis causes bones to become weak and brittle — so brittle that a fall or even bending over or coughing can cause a fracture. Osteoporosis related fractures most commonly occur in the hip, wrist or spine. Osteoporosis affects men and women of all races. But white and Asian women, especially older women who are past […]

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