How Tidelands Health Has Prepared for COVID-19
FAQs | Patients and Visitors | Resources | Entrance Changes
Nurse earns praise, prize as a national health care hero
Joyce Mack, who has worked on 2 East at Tidelands Georgetown Memorial Hospital for more than 30 years, was recently recognized by JetBlue as one of the airline's national Healthcare Heroes.
Tidelands Health has implemented a comprehensive coronavirus care protocol for the system’s more than 60 locations, and leaders from the organization’s medical staff, nursing and administrative team meet daily to promote system readiness.
Does Tidelands Health have COVID-19 testing available?
Yes. As the region's leader in COVID-19 testing and treatment, Tidelands Health offers several COVID-19 testing options. For details, please click here.
Is Tidelands Health providing the general public with facemasks?
All patients and visitors who enter a Tidelands Health facility are required to wear a facemask. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you. Please support our conservation efforts by supplying your own mask, if possible. For a $5 donation to the Tidelands Health Foundation, you can receive a Tidelands Health cloth face mask. Watch the video below for instructions on properly using a facemask.
On the front lines of COVID-19: hospital cleaning crews
The weapons Charlotte Shackleford uses in the battle against COVID-19 are different than those of a doctor or nurse, but they’re critically important just the same.
Tidelands Health hospitals entrance changes
Tidelands Health has instituted enhanced visitation requirements at our hospitals as we continue our COVID-19 coronavirus preparedness efforts. Please see the maps below to view the temporary changes for each hospital.
Tidelands Georgetown Memorial Hospital
Tidelands Waccamaw Community Hospital