The Tooth Fairy’s payout for lost teeth is soaring, posting record gains in 2016 and early 2017.
A collaboration that could help reduce communication gaps for deaf patients and their healthcare providers is scheduled at USC Upstate.
Students from USC Upstate’s health communications classes and the Mary Black School of Nursing will host a role reversal workshop with members of the deaf community from 12 – 3 p.m. Wednesday, March 1 in the Mary Black School of Nursing, room 2039 in the Health Education Complex.
Greer Relief is providing financial assistance and services to prevent health challenged individuals and families from becoming homeless and help them become stabilized.
The Upstate is seeing an uptick in flu cases and those who have not gotten a flu shot have an opportunity to get one free.
Patewood Memorial Hospital will host a free drive-thru flu shot clinic Thursday, Feb. 23 from 4 - 6 p.m. outside of the hospital’s main entrance. People seeking the vaccine will be able to drive up to the hospital’s entrance and receive the shot while remaining in their vehicles.
Greer is now home to a college campus.
North Greenville University officials celebrated the opening of its Greer campus on Thursday that houses the school’s graduate school, College of Adult Professional Studies, and its faculty, staff, and admissions counselors. It is also home to the new Graduate School of Health Science, which began offering a Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Medicine in January.
The Spartanburg Regional Foundation has elected a board of trustees and community and physicians to advisory boards.
Foundation board members meet quarterly to oversee the work of the Foundation and the advisory board members assist with fundraising for the divisions of cancer, heart and hospice.