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2019 Art of Healing | March 23rd

Posted February 28, 2019

South Central Regional Medical Center Hosts the 11th Annual Art of Healing An Evening of Great Food, Live Music and a Silent and Live Auction for Great Cause. One of the most anticipated events in South Central Mississippi, the Art of Healing features items from around the country which have been donated for auction by […]

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March 18 2019

SCRMC HealthBreak | Hip Replacement Surgery

One of the interesting points that hip patients always make is how much it was hurting before, and how much better they feel after the surgery. Charles Black, an Orthopaedic Surgeon at South Central Regional Medical Center, states that one of the easy things to know if you have hip pain or not, is very […]

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March 12 2019

SCRMC HealthBreak | Art of Healing

Make plans now to attend the 11th Annual Art of Healing on Saturday, March 23rd at The Gables in Laurel. The event starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online at scrmc.com. The event features a live and silent auction, food, a cash bar and live music by Dr. Zarr’s Amazing […]

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March 11 2019

SCRMC HealthBreak | Art of Healing

Make plans now to attend the 11th Annual Art of Healing on Saturday March 23rd at The Gables in Laurel. The event starts at 7 pm. Tickets are $45 and can be purchased on line at scrmc.com. The event features a live and silent auction, food, a cash bar, and live music by Dr. Zarr’s […]

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March 04 2019

SCRMC HealthBreak | Sports Performance+ Program Update

The sports performance program at South Central is a comprehensive program where the staff works with young athletes to professional athletes. Participants range from early as age eight to professional athletes. Derrick Burgess, an Orthopaedic Surgeon and Fellowship Trained Sports Medicine Specialist with South Central Orthopaedics, states, “At any time, you might have a group […]

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February 28 2019

Gulshan Oberoi, MD, to Educate Community on Diabetes Tuesday, March 12th at 1 p.m. at South Central Place in Laurel

Diabetes can increase your risk for many health conditions, including stroke. In general, people with diabetes are 1.5 times more likely to have a stroke than people without diabetes. Living with diabetes can lead to major complications within a person’s body. If unattended, a person’s life can completely change. However, with help, diabetes is a […]

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February 26 2019

Back in the Game | Kelsi Jackson, South Jones Basketball

South Central Sports Medicine Helps Athletes Get Back in the Game With every step she made, every jump she took, Kelsi Jackson felt excruciating pain in her knee. Kelsi, a then tenth grade basketball player at South Jones High School, was unable to make basic movements without having sharp pain in her knee. As a […]

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February 25 2019

SCRMC HealthBreak | Kelsi Jackson Knee Testimonial

Kelsi Jackson, a Knee Surgery Patient and High School Basketball Player. When I was in the 10th grade, I had a sharp pain in my knee. Every little step, every little jump, every little movement I would give, it just hurt. The surgery has made me who I am now. I don’t have to worry […]

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February 19 2019

Employee of the Month | Kristina Wilkerson

Kristina was selected as the Employee of the Month for February 2019. She is a Registered Nurse in the Cardiac Cath Lab and has been employed by South Central Regional Medical Center for 3½ years. Kristina said her favorite thing about working for South Central is, “it feels like you are working with family, however […]

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February 19 2019

eNewsletter | February 2019

To read the South Central Regional Medical Center eNewsletter, please click HERE.

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February 18 2019

SCRMC HealthBreak | Diabetes Pt. 2- Treatment at SCRMC

South Central Regional Medical Center has developed a diabetes program. We are accepting all diabetic patients to aggressively manage their diabetes, using all of the new, wonderful tools, medications, training and teaching, that we have to manage diabetes effectively and reduce all of these terrible side effects and complications. Proper diet, exercise, and weight loss […]

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