Tidelands Health, Carolina Country Music Fest partner to offer convenient, no-cost COVID-19 vaccination, testing
Tidelands Health and Carolina Country Music Fest are partnering to offer on-site, no-cost COVID-19 vaccination and testing next week leading up to the Myrtle Beach festival.
Tidelands Health leaders earn promotions
Two Tidelands Health leaders have been promoted to executive roles at the not-for-profit health system.
Board-certified pain management physician joins Tidelands Health
Dr. Ryan Galica sees patients at Tidelands Health Pain Management Services locations in Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet and Georgetown.
Tidelands Health team members earn ‘Caring Hearts’ awards
Two Tidelands Health team members have earned awards for their positive attitude and the compassionate care they provide to patients.
Tidelands Health relaxes visitation restrictions
With continued positive developments in the fight against COVID-19, Tidelands Health is adjusting its visitation policy while maintaining certain restrictions and precautions to protect the health of patients, visitors and team members.
Tidelands Health names new leader of oncology and outpatient services
Mandy Jo Spickler has more than 15 years of nursing experience, including the last five years in the Tidelands Health Cancer Care Network as an oncology certified nurse and the oncology infusion head nurse.
‘We want to do everything we can to protect them’ | Physician wastes no time getting teen daughters vaccinated
Less than 48 hours after ages 12 to 15 became eligible for the vaccine, Dr. Casey Mann's teen daughters overcame their nervousness about needles and got their first vaccine dose at the Tidelands Health regional vaccination site in Murrells Inlet.
Tidelands Health partners with Georgetown County School District to offer pop-up vaccination clinics for students, residents
The not-for-profit health system, in partnership with Georgetown County School District, will hold four vaccination clinics at local high schools over the next four weeks to administer the Pfizer vaccine to anyone 12 and older who wishes to receive it.
‘Hopefully, that helps the community’ | Teens now eligible to get COVID-19 vaccine do it for themselves, loved ones, others
Shortly after the CDC gave the green light to extend the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to those ages 12 to 15 late Wednesday afternoon, several teens in that age group walked into the Tidelands Health regional vaccination site in Murrells Inlet excited to be the first to get the vaccine.
Tidelands Health plans Safe Summer Kickoff family vaccination event Saturday
Tidelands Health will begin offering the COVID-19 vaccine to children 12 and older this week and will hold a special family vaccination event on Saturday to administer vaccine and answer parents’ questions.