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Diabetes and Gastroparesis | February 12

Posted January 25, 2019

South Central Regional Medical Center invites you to attend the South Central Diabetes Support Group on Tuesday, February 12th at 1 p.m. Rhonda Richardson, FNP, at South Central Gastroenterology will discuss living with diabetes and gastroparesis. Gastroparesis is a disorder affecting people with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes in which the stomach takes too long […]

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February 11 2019

Free Diabetes Screening | South Central Diabetes Center

SCRMC Hosts Free Diabetes Screening on February 20th South Central Diabetes Center As many as 40 percent of adult Mississippians over the age of 65 have diabetes. And with that, the vast majority of type 2 diabetics do not know they are living with this disease. Given that Mississippi has the highest rate of obesity […]

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February 07 2019

Wellness Center Member Feature | Courtney Jones

Take Steps for a Healthier Life with Help through Personal Training Wellness Center Member Feature: Courtney Jones Now is the time that many people set personal goals for each new year. Yet this year, Wellness Center member, Courtney Jones, is planning to keep her same goal from the previous year. In January of 2018, Courtney […]

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February 04 2019

Employee of the Month | January 2019

Raven was selected as the Employee of the Month for January 2019. She is a Nursing Assistant on 2nd West and has been employed by South Central Regional Medical Center for 3 years. Raven said her favorite thing about working for South Central is, “meeting new people and working with the best work family on […]

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January 23 2019

SCRMC Receives Accreditation for Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation

South Central Regional Medical Center Receives Accreditation for Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation [Laurel, Miss] – South Central Regional Medical Center is proud to announce the certification of its cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation program by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). South Central Regional Medical Center was recognized for its commitment to improving […]

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January 23 2019

eNewsletter | January 2019

To read the eNewsletter for January 2019, please click here.

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January 21 2019

Men’s Depression | How Men Can Find Help

Depression is a normal human reaction to a stressful event and it can include a feeling of being overwhelmed, irritable and even hopeless.  Depression and anxiety are among the most common mental health issues in the United States, affecting millions of Americans. In fact, almost one in five adults will experience diagnosable depression at some […]

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January 17 2019

Local Volunteer Retires from SCRMC

Local Volunteer Retires from South Central Regional Medical Center For over 16 years those who entered the family surgery waiting area at South Central Regional Medical Center were greeted with a gentle smile and a warm embrace by Mrs. Charlene Todd. Mrs. Todd served as an integral part of South Central Regional Medical Center’s Volunteer […]

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January 15 2019

RSV: How to Protect Your Child this Cold Season

Respiratory Syncytial Virus, commonly known as RSV, is a respiratory virus that causes mild, cold-like symptoms. Annually, over 57,000 children younger than 5 years old in the United States are hospitalized due to RSV infection. The season of RSV occurs in most regions of the United States during the fall, winter and spring. However, there […]

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January 14 2019

Welcome Matthew Kollar, MD | Hospitalist

South Central Regional Medical Center welcomes Matthew Kollar, MD, to the South Central Hospitalist team. Dr. Kollar completed medical school at Ross University School of Medicine in New Jersey and residency at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine – Chattanooga. Dr. Kollar is married to South Central Emergency Medicine physician, Rebekah Kollar, MD.

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January 14 2019

Welcome Rebekah Kollar, MD | Emergency Services

South Central Regional Medical Center welcomes Rebekah Kollar, MD, to the South Central Emergency Department team. Dr. Kollar completed medical school at Ross University School of Medicine in New Jersey and residency at the University of Tennessee – Chattanooga. She also completed a fellowship in emergency medicine at the University of Tennessee in Jackson, TN. […]

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