News Articles List
Today, Summerville Medical Center welcomes Stephen Chandler as new Chief Executive Officer
HCA Healthcare Foundation grant creates new healthcare program for non-traditional students interested in healthcare
Trident Medical Center and Live Oak Mental Health & Wellness staff donated school supplies drive for Goose Creek High in Goose Creek, SC.
The clinical trial determined Pulsed Field Ablation helps protect surrounding tissue.
Summerville Medical Center closer to opening Level III Neonatal ICU, families will not have to travel to get the care their newborns need.
Jenn Freund, MSN, RN, NE-BC has been promoted to Chief Nursing Officer for Trident Medical Center.
The proposed 50-bed acute care Johns Island Hospital will be the first hospital built on the island.
The 15-bed unit will provide inpatient and outpatient mental health services for adolescents age 12 - 17.
Trident Medical Center is investing nearly $33M to add new operating rooms and build a new entrance to its Ambulatory Care Center.
On August 8, 2023, James Island Emergency will open. Pre-opening events are scheduled for the community.
Providing drowning prevention and water safety to children in rural areas across the Lowcountry
The 60-bed, freestanding mental health hospital is SC's first in more than 30 years.
Trident Medical Center and Summerville Medical Center are recognized nationally for patient safety and quality.
Trident Medical Center's investment of $140 million in new projects will increase access to care and improve patient experience.
Summerville Medical Center announces a $66.8 million inpatient project, signals significant growth for inpatient and critical care.
Trident Medical Center will hold it's first Spring Safety and Injury Prevention Fair later this month. The outdoor event will take place on Saturday...
Summerville Medical Center aims to empower women during Black Maternal Health Week.
Melissa Camp, LPC is named the director of clinical operations for Live Oak Mental Health & Wellness.
Summerville Medical Center opens a $10.5 million expansion that provides the growing community with greater access to surgical care.
Chris Childress, RT(R), (CT), CMNT, has been named Adm. Dir. of Oncology for Trident Health
Trident Medical Center held a red carpet celebration to reunite a 51-year-old stroke survivor with his co-worker who saved his life.
Our stroke support group helps survivors and their caregivers join community of people with shared experiences.