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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 ...

McLeod Dillon Auxiliary Celebrates 50 Years of Service

The McLeod Medical Center Dillon Volunteer Auxiliary held its 50th Anniversary Celebration on May 20, 2015. Auxiliary President, Barbara Manning, presided over the meeting and Fay Sloan, Charter Member, spoke on the history and evolution of the Auxiliary. There were 43 members in attendance. Members were given a 50th anniversary lapel pin. The top six members with the most years of service were recognized. They were: Fay Sloan, Linda Sawyer, Betty Sue Herring, Sue Stephens, Julia McLaurin and...

May is National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month

On May 14, 2015, to honor Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month (May), the staff of the SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy traveled to Dillon to celebrate the work and dedication of local providers, legislators, and community members who are doing great things throughout the county. A proclamation was signed acknowledging May as National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month.

The visit to Dillon was hosted by the Dillon County Teen Pregnancy Task Force, led by McLeod Dillon.

In the las...

27th Annual McLeod Dillon Teenage Summer Volunteer Program

McLeod Dillon is sponsoring its 27th Annual Teenage Volunteer Program for Summer 2015. Volunteer youth will have the opportunity to work with healthcare professionals in many areas of the hospital.

“As young people are thinking about their life career choices, what better way to learn about the opportunities in healthcare than to see doctors, nurses, technologists and therapists in action? Teenage Volunteers will have the opportunity to learn and feel appreciated for their effor...

National Nurses Week Celebrated at McLeod Dillon

On April 28, 2015, Todd Davis, Mayor, City of Dillon, signed a proclamation proclaiming May 6-12 Nurses Week in Dillon.

Every year, National Nurses Week focuses attention on the diverse ways America's 3.1 million registered nurses work to save lives and to improve the health of millions of individuals. In recognition of the impact ethical nursing practice has on patient outcomes and the quality of care, 2015 is designated as the “Year of Ethics.” Keeping with this focus, t...

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