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Mental Health & Hurricanes

August 25, 2023

Tips on how to minimize major stressors to our mental & physical health during threat of a major weather event.


Marion Hospital Safety

May 07, 2023

MUSC Health Marion Medical Center has been awarded an 'A' hospital safety grade for Spring 2023 by The Leapfrog Group.

A smiling Dr. Nathan Rowland with a patient.

Falls & Traumatic Brain Injury

March 21, 2023

Dr. Nathan Rowland discusses the causes, symptoms & treatment of and recovery from traumatic brain injury — and how MUSC Health can help.

Lightning over the Ravenel Bridge at night.

Predicting Lightning

March 02, 2023

Athletic trainer, Gianni R. Paglia, talks about a solution to (and grant for) predicting lighting & keeping people safe during sporting events.

MUSC Health Columbia Medical Center Downtown

Midlands Zero Harm Awards

November 11, 2022

MUSC Health Midlands Division is pleased to announce winning 16 2022 Zero Harm Awards from the South Carolina Hospital Association (SCHA).

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Fire Safety

November 01, 2022

To mark Fire Prevention Week (October 9-15) Katie Hollowed, RN, MSN outlines some of the top burn hazards and how to avoid them.

Dr. Tim Horgan

Halloween Safety Tips

September 20, 2022

Pediatrician Tim Horgan, D.O., at MUSC Children's Health Primary Care at Summey Medical Pavilion, offers tips for keeping trick-or-treaters safe this season.

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Fireworks Safety

June 28, 2022

Katie Hollowed, a nurse and burn program manager at the South Carolina Burn Center at MUSC Health discusses staying safe on the 4th.

Eye Safety

February 09, 2022

Dr. Susannah Brown, assistant clinical professor of ophthalmology at MUSC Health, discusses eye safety and the Storm Eye Institute.

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August 19, 2021

Anyone can take a tumble, but the population most vulnerable to falling and sustaining a serious injury is 65 and older.

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