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Lunch and Learn with Dr. Grafton | May 4th

Posted April 10, 2018

Join South Central Regional Medical Center on Friday, May 4th as Dr. Kenneth Grafton, Family Medicine Physician at South Central Family Medicine, discusses how to lower your risk for high blood pressure. New guidelines for blood pressure rates were released by the American Heart Association in late 2017. The new guidelines will result in nearly […]

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May 23 2018

Lenora Dexter Celebrates 51 Years of Service at SCRMC

Celebrating 51 Years of Service at South Central Regional Medical Center Lenora Dexter, Food Services In the last 50 years, the world has seen much change. The creation of the computer, the methods of communication, new healthcare discoveries, transportation and social interactions are a few ways of how society has evolved. During those 50 years, […]

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May 23 2018

XTRAC | South Central Dermatology

South Central Dermatology Offers XTRAC Services XTRAC is the only FDA-cleared, clinically proven excimer laser that gets skin clear of psoriasis. Many patients see significant improvement and long-lasting reductions. Because XTRAC delivers a highly targeted, therapeutic beam of UVB light only to areas of the skin affected by psoriasis, healthy skin surrounding the lesions stays […]

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May 22 2018

Now Hiring | RN’s, LPN’s & CNA’s

South Central Regional Medical Center has openings for RN’s, LPN’s and CNA’s at all facilities – Hospital, Clinics and Long-Term Care. Positions are available for Full Time or PRN Plus. To learn more about these positions, please visit scrmc.com/careers or call 601-399-0517 today!

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May 21 2018

Memorial Day | May 28th

All South Central Clinics will be closed on Monday, May 28th for Memorial Day. On this holiday, South Central Regional Medical Center honors those who have died in active military service for our country.

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May 21 2018

National Don’t Fry Day | May 25

Friday, May 25th is the day to begin life-long sun-protection habits. The Friday before Memorial Day is known nationally as Don’t Fry Day. This day is set aside to remind everyone that skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. Protect yourself and your family from the sun this summer. Slip on […]

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May 21 2018

May is Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month

Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month: Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun is the main cause of skin cancer. UV radiation can also come from tanning booths or sunlamps. The most dangerous kind of skin cancer is called melanoma. The good news? […]

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May 21 2018

SCRMC HealthBreak | Diagnosing and Managing Heart Disease

Heart disease is the number one killer of both women and men in America which is why it is important to maintain good heart health. Dr. David Sullivan at South Central Cardiology discusses the many ways in which he diagnoses and treats heart disease. He starts with a physical examination and taking a thorough history, […]

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May 14 2018

SCRMC HealthBreak | Pediatric Physical Therapy

The mission of South Central’s pediatric physical therapist is to promote the highest quality of life for all children with developmental disabilities and their families. Grace Brunk, a pediatric physical therapist at South Central, explains that some common reasons that parents seek physical therapy for their children are cerebral palsy, down syndrome, maybe they aren’t […]

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May 08 2018

Gift Shop Mother’s Day Sale | SCRMC

SCRMC’s Gift Shop is hosting a Mother’s Day Sale on select jewelry, handbags and clothing. Specials are available Wednesday, May 9th through Friday, May 11th, 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at SCRMC. For more information, please call 601-426-4402.

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May 07 2018

SCRMC HealthBreak | Hypertension and DASH Diet

Dr. Kenneth Grafton has been practicing family medicine in Laurel for years, but recently joined South Central Clinics. He says hypertension or high blood pressure is found in one in three adults in Mississippi, and the first thing they need to do is change their lifestyle. He says that a healthy diet is the cornerstone […]

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