Tidelands Health marketing executive serves as expert panelist at national conference
Amy Stevens, vice president of marketing and communications, served as a panelist at Modern Healthcare’s Strategic Marketing Conference, held Nov. 5 in St. Louis, Missouri.
Tidelands Health team members volunteer to help improve health of waterways through Horry County Service Day
Employee partners picked up debris from the Intracoastal Waterway and flood-prone neighborhoods in Socastee.
Tidelands HealthPoint Center for Health and Fitness offering free swim lessons for children
Participants will learn about pool safety and the basics of swimming, including how to float and beginner swim stroke.
Tidelands Health names new director of primary care services
Nate Black oversees the health system’s 12 primary care practices throughout the region.
Tidelands Health leader honored with alumni award from the University of South Carolina
Dr. Gerald Harmon, vice president of medical affairs at Tidelands Health, received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of South Carolina Alumni Association.
Tidelands Health offering ‘Night of a Thousand Steps,’ a free holiday event at Brookgreen Gardens
Residents of Georgetown, Horry, Williamsburg and Brunswick counties can enter for a chance to win free admission to the event.
Statewide association recognizes Tidelands Health for efforts to address health care workplace violence
The South Carolina Hospital Association featured Tidelands Health in an article published this week.
Tidelands Health leader serves as keynote speaker at national occupational health professionals conference
The success of health and wellness initiatives benefiting Tidelands Health employee and physician partners recently took center stage at a national conference.
Blood drive set for Nov. 8 at Tidelands Waccamaw Community Hospital
Community members can donate blood from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Nearly 400 bottles of prescription medications collected during take-back event
The take-back event helps ensure medications aren’t accidently ingested, stolen, misused or abused.