Archive | July, 2009

The Washington Post features Lexington Medical Center in article about proposed health care reform

The Washington Post is featuring Lexington Medical Center in an article about the proposed health care reform bill currently in Congress. News reporter Phil Rucker visited LMC on Monday to speak with physicians including Dr. John Black, LMC internist with Internal Medicine Associates and president of the South Carolina Medical Association, and patients about the future of the health care system. You can read the article here.

It’s official: LMC is "Best Hospital" ten years in a row

Check out Sunday’s edition of The State newspaper! A special section features its 2009 “Best Of” winners. Readers have voted Lexington Medical Center the “Best Hospital” in the Midlands for ten years in a row. We appreciate the recognition and are honored to provide quality health services in our community.

I Can See Clearly Now

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Lexington Medical Center is pleased to present “I Can See Clearly Now,” a talk with board certified ophthalmologist Dr. J.R. Walters for the July edition of its monthly physician lecture series. Dr. Walters will speak about advances in cataract surgery on Monday July 27, 2009 at 6 p.m. inside Lexington Medical Park 1 on the Lexington Medical Center campus. The lecture is free and attendees have the opportunity to ask questions. Call 803-936-8850 for more information.