Archive | November, 2010

LMC’s 2010 Holiday Commercial

Lexington Medical Center is pleased to debut its 2010 Holiday Commercial. You can view the 60 second spot below.

This year’s commercial pays tribute to the enthusiasm that many of us display during the Christmas season in decorating our homes. In a humorous and satirical way, the commercial depicts spirited holiday decorators injuring themselves while hanging wreaths, moving boxes and rigging lights. In the commercial, each of the characters ends up in our hospital’s Emergency Department for treatment.

“The commercial is designed to reflect the lighter side of the holiday season,” said Mark Shelley, director of Marketing at Lexington Medical Center. “We hope it will make people laugh.”

In real life, Lexington Medical Center’s Emergency Department is the second busiest in South Carolina. LMC’s Emergency Department treats more than 90,000 patients each year.

On behalf of the entire Lexington Medical Center family, our best wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season.

Nurse Celebrates 40 Years with LMC

Today, Lexington Medical Center nurse Carol Jodie is celebrating 40 years working at the hospital. She was hired before LMC even opened! Her co-workers honored her today. You can see her in the middle of this photo holding the flowers. Carol, known for walking the halls in a bright pink scrubs jacket, is an excellent nurse and wonderful asset to the high level of service delivered at LMC. Congratulations, Carol!

RUN FASTER: Photos from the LMC Governor’s Cup Road Race

Lexington Medical Center was proud to be the title sponsor of the 38th annual Governor’s Cup road race in Columbia on November 13th. The half marathon, 8K, 4 mile walk and Kids Fun Run had more than 2,800 participants. Proceeds benefittedEat Smart Move More South Carolina, a group that works to educate people about healthy lifestyles and nutrition. Lexington Medical Center is pleased to sponsor events in our community that encourage healthy living. Here are some photos. LMC employees are in green shirts.