Tidelands Health administering record number of COVID-19 vaccines this week
Despite ongoing COVID-19 vaccine supply and shipping challenges statewide and across the nation, Tidelands Health will vaccinate about 5,200 people this week – a record number for a single week at the health system since vaccinations began in December.
Board-certified ear, nose and throat specialist joins Tidelands Health
Dr. Carol Reid is seeing patients at Tidelands Health ENT Associates, which has several convenient locations in Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet and Georgetown.
106-year-old Pawleys Island resident gets COVID-19 vaccine from Tidelands Health
Mary Shumpert is the oldest person to receive the vaccine from Tidelands Health since distribution started in December.
Four Tidelands Health nurses honored with DAISY awards
Outstanding nurses at Tidelands Health whose co-workers described them as role models and assets to their units were honored with DAISY awards for their excellence.
Taking their shots for them | While getting the vaccine, couple honors friends lost to COVID-19
As the needle injected the lifesaving COVID-19 vaccine into her arm, Anita Ahalt couldn’t help but think of two beloved friends who have died from the highly contagious virus.
Taking a shot on Valentine’s Day | Couple celebrates their love while getting the COVID-19 vaccine
Odd and Eva Nelson not only celebrated their longtime love but also celebrated getting their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine Sunday in Murrells Inlet.
Residents at local assisted living center send Valentine’s Day cards to hospitalized patients at Tidelands Health
Residents at Inlet Coastal Resort in Murrells Inlet spread their love through heartwarming messages in more than 60 Valentine’s Day cards for patients hospitalized at Tidelands Health.
Tidelands Health begins administering second doses of COVID-19 vaccine to seniors 70 and older
The first seniors 70 and older to receive the first dose of the vaccine from Tidelands Health three weeks ago were back this week to receive the required second dose for full protection.
Precise technique helps Tidelands Health stretch vaccine supply through extra doses
Tidelands Health has stretched its supply of COVID-19 vaccine by 20 percent thanks to precise technique to withdraw as much vaccine as possible from every vial.
‘That saved my life’ | Monoclonal antibody therapy helping reduce COVID-19 hospitalizations
Tidelands Health was one of the first dozen hospitals in South Carolina to offer monoclonal antibody therapy after the drug received emergency use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Nov. 9.