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Which of these choices is an effective way to avoid catching the flu?
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Washing hands frequently.
Using hand sanitizer.
Avoiding sick people.
All of the above.
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“It is such an honor that Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System is recognized for our efforts promoting workforce opportunities for individuals with disabilities,” Kathy Sinclair, SRHS vice president of human resources, said.
The South Carolina Governor’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities recently honored SRHS as the Large Employer of the Year.
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Spartanburg Medical Center makes the list of 100 Great Hospitals In America, created by Becker's Hospital Review.
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For 19 years, Spartanburg Regional Foundation and Wade's Restaurant in Spartanburg have teamed to help families with loved ones in Hospice to have a special Easter meal together. Through donations to the Foundation, Wade's creates holiday meals for Hospice families.
Life is hectic and stressful when a family member is terminally ill. Holidays and family gatherings may go by the wayside. The Spartanburg Regional Foundation, part of Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System, wants to help ease the stress during these times and create a memorable family experience with Easter Meals for Hospice patients.
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“Get in. Get down and cover up. This is a drill.” 
Voice over the loudspeaker says, “Facility alert. Tornado warning. Tornado sighted in our immediate area.” This is what Spartanburg Medical Center would look like if a tornado was minutes away from...
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“Judy exemplifies the meaning of servant leadership,” Kristy Caradori, Spartanburg Regional Foundation executive director, said.
Judy Bradshaw received the Spartanburg Regional Foundation’s highest honor, the Lifetime Achievement Award, at the Society of 1921 Donor Appreciation Gala
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Recently, students from the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine volunteered to distribute teddy bears to sick patients. They made a huge difference in quite a few lives that day. Pictured are Azita Bahrami, Nidhi Arashinagundi, and Krystal Yankowski. SRHS volunteers Anneliese Pillar and Ken Ridgeway escorted the students and helped distribute the bears.
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“Stroke signs and symptoms are often subtle. It’s important to call 9-1-1 and go to the closest stroke center in a timely fashion to rule out the possibility of a stroke,” Debby Bridgeman, RN, MSN, and stroke program coordinator, said.
Do you know the symptoms of a stroke? Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System (SRHS) is helping increase awareness of the signs and symptoms associated with strokes during National Stroke Awareness Month in May.
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We're proud of our Palmetto Gold Nurses.
Eight nurses from Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System (SRHS) have been recognized amongst the state’s 100 best registered nurses (RNs) by the South Carolina Nurses Foundation with the Palmetto Gold Award.
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“Sometimes a patient just needs someone to talk to about what is going on,” Brian Bell, M.D., director of the Palliative Care Program at SRHS, said. Palliative care provides for a patient's physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing.
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“I've been on the sixth floor when a Tug is out and watched people get up and follow it around, to see where it is going. People love it.”
In 2005, the Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System became the first hospital in South Carolina to begin using robots known as Tug to deliver medicine to nurses' stations throughout the hospital.
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“We have built the most robust Mammography Assistance Program in the state of South Carolina,” Jackie Foster, Manager of Mobile Mammography and Outreach Services at SRHS, said. “We anticipate providing more than $170,000 worth of care this year. We don’t want people not to receive care because of an inability to pay.”
he Bearden-Josey Center for Breast Health, part of Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System (SRHS), is working to increase the number
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Providing excellence and quality in healthcare for life.

Spartanburg Regional is an integrated healthcare delivery system that provides care from birth to hospice. We meet you where you are with things that make a difference in your life. We’ve been your partner for more than 90 years, and have earned a reputation for technological excellence throughout the Southeast.

We provide the highest quality of care to patients in Spartanburg, Cherokee and Union counties in South Carolina, and Polk and Rutherford counties in North Carolina. Spartanburg Regional includes the Spartanburg Regional Physician Group, a network of physician offices located throughout five counties; Regional HealthPlus, a network of hospitals and physicians of every specialty; Spartanburg Regional Foundation; Spartanburg County Emergency Medical Services; and the Village Hospital, located in Greer.

We provide programs in home health, imaging services, pediatrics, occupational health, sports medicine and rehabilitation. Outpatient surgery is offered through the Ambulatory Surgery Center of Spartanburg and the Surgery Center at Pelham. The Emergency Center, Gibbs Cancer Center, Heart Center and Women’s Health at Spartanburg Regional are recognized as Centers of Excellence. 

Providing expert care means having all the systems in place to identify and address medical conditions at every stage of your life. That’s the guiding force behind each of our specialties. 

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101 East Wood Street Spartanburg, SC 29303