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McLeod Dillon Recognized among SC Hospitals for Exceptional Care Transitions Work

McLeod Medical Center Dillon was recognized for preventing avoidable readmissions in the areas of Acute Myocardial Infarction, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, and Heart Failure at the SC PART (Preventing Avoidable Readmissions Together) statewide meeting on July 18 in Columbia, SC. Nearly 200 South Carolina hospital providers, payers, home health workers, hospice and trade association representatives were gathered. McLeod Dillon is one of 52 hospitals participating in the PART program ...

McLeod Medical Center Dillon Honors Teen Volunteers

McLeod Medical Center Dillon recently recognized thirty area teens for their participation in the 2014 Teen Summer Volunteer Program. A closing ceremony was held at McLeod Dillon for the teens and their parents.

During their summer vacation, the teens volunteered to work directly with hospital health care professionals for at least 20 hours per month gaining experience in a variety of health care occupations.

Candice Tyler, Teen Volunteer Coordinator, gave some brief informati...

Dr. Nardin Khalil to join Dillon Family Medicine

McLeod Medical Center Dillon and Dillon Family Medicine are pleased to announce Nardin Khalil, M.D., has joined the Dillon Family Medicine. Dr. Khalil will serve on the medical staff of McLeod Dillon.

Dr. Khalil is a board certified in family medicine. She received her degree in medicine from the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC. Dr. Khalil completed a residency at Palmetto Health Richland, Columbia, SC, where she served as Chief Resident.

She chose a caree...

Marla Lewis joins McLeod Medical Center Dillon Hospitalist Team

McLeod Medical Center Dillon is pleased to announce that Marla B. Lewis, DNP, RN, NP-C has joined the McLeod Dillon hospitalist team.

The hospitalist team at McLeod Dillon is made up of medical doctors and nurse practitioners whose primary professional focus is the medical care of hospitalized patients.

Because they do not maintain a private outside practice, the time of the hospitalist team is devoted solely to caring for hospitalized patients. If you have a primary care phys...

Take Care of Your Skin Year Round

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. Most skin cancers are caused by unprotected exposure to excessive ultraviolet (UV) radiation, primarily from the sun. Many skin cancers could be prevented by protecting your skin from the sun's rays and avoiding indoor tanning. When thinking of healthy lifestyle choices, don't overlook the importance of protecting your skin.

Sun safety is important all through the year, not just in the summertime. Most skin cancers are caused...

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