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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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December 06 2018

November 2018 Employee of the Month

  Alecia Bigler was selected as South Central Regional Medical Center’s Employee of the Month for November 2018. She is a Care Manager in the Quality Care Management Department and has been employed by South Central Regional Medical Center for 11 years. Alecia helps to assess patients’ needs, provide education, and assist with discharge planning. […]

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December 03 2018

SCRMC HealthBreak | RSV  

Respiratory syncytial virus infection, or RSV, is a common respiratory virus that usually causes mild, cold-like symptoms. Dr. Grant Saxton, a new pediatrician at Laurel Pediatric Clinic, explains, “It is a very, very common virus that circulates in the colder winter months similar to the seasonal pattern that we see with influenza.” Most people recover […]

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November 26 2018

SCRMC HealthBreak | New MRI Technology

South Central Regional Medical Center is always working to offer the most advanced technology to patients. Dr. Frederick Vial, an interventional radiologist at South Central says that most recently, they have added new magnetic resonance imaging technology. He says that the first thing that patients will notice about the new MRI is its size; he […]

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November 19 2018

South Central Regional Medical Center Wishes You a Happy Thanksgiving

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November 12 2018

SCRMC HealthBreak | ABUS

Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting one in every eight women. Fortunately, breast cancer screening modalities are constantly evolving. Dr. Frederick Vial, an interventional radiologist at South Central Regional Medical Center, says one of these evolutions has been overcoming the challenge of seeing breast cancers in dense breasts. Women with dense […]

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November 05 2018

SCRMC HealthBreak | Introduction to Community – Sarah Queck, MD

One of the newest physicians at Lindstrom Eye & Laser Center in Laurel is Sarah Queck.  Dr. Queck offers the full spectrum of general ophthalmology care from Glaucoma, diabetic eye exams, eye trauma, dry eyes, and fitting patients for glasses and contact lenses. She also performs surgeries such as Cataracs surgery. Dr. Queck wanted to […]

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October 29 2018

SCRMC HealthBreak | Edmund Chinchar, MD – Signs of Stroke

The Emergency Department at South Central Regional Medical Center is adding new physicians to its team of experts in the field of emergency medicine. One of those is Dr. Edmund Chinchar who served as a Lieutenant in the US Navy for 4 years prior to attending medical school at the University of Mississippi School of […]

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October 22 2018

SCRMC HealthBreak | Rachel Cudworth, DO

Laurel has often been called a true Mississippi treasure, with its beautiful oak lined streets and idyllic turn of the century homes. Its charming and gracious community is pulling physicians from across the country to live and to work, like OBGYN physician, Dr. Rachel Cudworth. “Originally, I am from Phoenix, Arizona. That’s where I grew […]

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October 15 2018

SCRMC HealthBreak | Keith Winstead, DO

South Central Regional Medical Center is growing, and that includes its team of OBGYNs.  Dr. Keith Winstead is from Mississippi and is one of South Central’s newest physicians. Dr. Winstead has joined the OB-GYN Group of Laurel and offers the full spectrum of care for women of all ages. From birth control, contraception all the […]

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October 08 2018

SCRMC HealthBreak | Grant Saxton, MD and Flu Vaccine

Pediatricians can make a big difference in the lives of children. South Central Regional Medical Center is now welcoming home a new pediatrician, Dr. Grant Saxton, to care for the children in our community. There’s a lot of charm with the town of Laurel. Dr. Saxton wanted to be a doctor from an early age […]

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