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Superhero Sports Team

July 07, 2023

The purpose of the sports medicine team is to manage emergency and environmental injuries, evaluate and treat orthopedic injuries, and prevent injuries.

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"Pediatric Ready"

May 15, 2023

MUSC Health Lancaster Medical Center’s Emergency Department recognized by S.C. DHEC Medical Services for Children Program as a “Pediatric Ready” hospital.

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EAPs For Sports Teams

April 10, 2023

Athletic Trainer, Michelle Bolton, discusses the importance of a well defined Emergency Action Plan for sports teams.

Doctor looking at chest x-ray on a computer screen.

Chest Wall Injury Centers

December 14, 2021

Evert Eriksson, M.D., joins others to describe pathways to success in developing chest wall injury centers (CWICs) at their respective institutions.

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COVID Symptoms? What To Do.

August 30, 2021

Lacey MenkinSmith, M.D., Associate Medical Director of the MUSC Health Department of Emergency Medicine discusses what to do if you think you have COVID-19.

Dr. Greg Perron, MUSC Health Primary Care, Ben Sawyer

ER Alternatives

August 10, 2021

MUSC Health provides in-person and online visits. MUSC Health Primary Care clinics offer same-day sick visits, online video visits, and scheduled appointments.

Dr. Lucas McDuffie with healthy baby Banks following the successful surgery.

MUSC Handles Infant Emergency

April 01, 2021

At eight-pounds, fourteen-ounces, he was a big baby and seemed perfect in every way. But soon after they got home, his parents started to worry.

Dr. Terry Kowalenko

Emergency Department

May 08, 2020

At MUSC Health, our physicians are prepared to care for all patients, including those with emergencies not related to COVID-19.

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