Employees of the central business office of the Bon Secours Health System collected hundreds of items from fellow workers and distributed those supplies Saturday under the Bridge of Pete Hollis Highway in Greenville.
Jasmine Archibald reacted to a story about the homeless and approached co-worker Natalie Holtzer with the idea to help. “I just said we have so much and I want to help others who have so much less,” Holtzer said. “I started talking to my supervisor and then another employee and before we knew it there were many of us collecting items and bringing them in.
Richard E. Davis, Henry Horowitz and William Masters have been named to the Bon Secours St. Francis Health System Board of Directors.
• Davis, CPA is managing shareholder with Elliott Davis accounting resources and chairs the executive committee. His entre 25 years of public accounting experience has been with Elliott Davis.
Doctors Express will hold a grand opening and open house Saturday and Sunday at 1494 W. Wade Hampton Blvd.
Owner Tim Groves and resident doctors Richard T. Hanna and Winston B. Morris cut the ceremonial Doctors Express ribbon Thursday with a big turnout of city and business leaders. Groves’ public relations group provided a drone to photograph the ceremony.
Cheryl Moore expects to walk out the doors of Greer Memorial Hospital into the sunset Friday and begin a new, unpredictable, adventurous chapter in her life.
Gone will be the keys, name badge and work space that has occupied her life for the past 40 years as a guardian of healthcare for legions of upstate patients she has cared for at Greenville Memorial, Allen Bennett Memorial and Greer Memorial hospitals.
Proper hand washing takes on more significance during the cold and flu season. Last week, Bon Secours St. Francis infection preventionists taught hand washing techniques to students at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School.
St. Francis Health System is leading a hand washing campaign to emphasize a way to help decrease the spread of common illnesses like colds and flu, and also more serious diseases like hepatitis A, meningitis, and infectious diarrhea.
Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System’s (SRHS) Pediatric Rehabilitation Department will spread season’s cheer to its patients and their parents during its 13th annual holiday party. The party is Saturday (Dec.7), 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and will be held in the lobby of the SRHS Outpatient Center.
Each week, the department serves more than 300 pediatric patients. From occupational and physical therapists to speech-language pathologists, pediatric rehabilitation at SRHS is provided by a team who specializes in evaluation and treatment of children with disabilities from birth to 21 years of age.