Pelham Medical Center (PMC) was recognized as one of the Most Wired Hospitals and Health Systems for 2015.
PMC was one of seven South Carolina hospitals awarded as a result of the 17th annual Healthcare’s Most Wired survey released by the American Hospital Association’s Health Forum and College of Healthcare Information Management Executives.
“Our systems enable our physicians in the hospital to easily access your office records to ensure you receive the highest-quality care. Access to those hospital records allow your primary care physician to ensure your after-hospital care is as effective as possible,” said Tony Kouskolekas, president of Pelham Medical Center.
Versatile Blue Ridge running back Vonta Jenkins showed why he has scholarship offers from eight different college programs.
Jenkins finished with 10 carries for 64 yards, three catches for 41 yards and 119 yards in kickoff returns, giving him 105 yards from scrimmage and 224 all-purpose yards in Thursday night's 49-28 loss to Emerald.
The four-year varsity player for the Tigers has received offers from Alcorn State, South Carolina State and Lenoir-Rhine among others at the NCAA FCS and Division II levels.
The Pride of Riverside Marching Band earned a superior rating and a score of 90.85 at the Henry Laurens Invitational in Class VI.
That earned The Pride a sweep of the awards, winning Best Color Guard Performance, Best Percussion Performance, Best Music Performance and first place in Class.
The Pride took the field Saturday evening.