Archive | September, 2012

LMC Nurse Helps to Save a Life with Bone Marrow Donation

Lexington Medical Center ER Nurse Ashley Warren goes above and beyond in her job everyday. Her giving spirit has extended to a perfect stranger – desperately in need of bone marrow. Ashley recently traveled to Washington D.C. for a bone marrow donation. WIS-TV chronicled her inspiring story. Watch it below.

WIS 09-11-2012 06.33.47 from Lexington Medical Center on Vimeo.

Learn more about Ashley’s bone marrow donation on her blog, “A Wife’s Tale.”

From USC Football Player to LMC Cardiologist

Stan Juk playing football at USC in the 1960s. Today, he is an LMC cardiologist.

This is a picture of Stan Juk, who played football for the Gamecocks from 1964 to 1966 as a defensive back and rover back, while earning an undergraduate degree in chemistry, Phi Beta Kappa. After graduating from USC, Juk attended Duke University Medical School. Today, he is a cardiologist with Lexington Cardiology, a Lexington Medical Center physician practice.

Dr. Juk will be a guest on the pre-game radio show before USC’s game against East Carolina on Saturday, September 8th. Listen to him on 107.5 the game around 10:30 a.m. He’ll talk about Lexington Cardiology joining Lexington Medical Center’s network of care, share some cardiovascular health tips and give his insight on the USC football team this year.

The radio interview will take place in the new Lexington Medical Center Gamecock Village across from Williams Brice Stadium. We hope to see you there!

Lexington Medical Center Gamecock Village
(Photo courtesy of The State newspaper)

Lexington Medical Center Gamecock Village

Have Dinner with USC Baseball Coaches!

USC Head Baseball Coach Chad Holbrook
Photo Courtesy: University of South Carolina

Calling all Gamecock baseball fans! The Lexington Medical Center Foundation will host a dinner and talk called The Legacy Continues with former University of South Carolina head baseball coach June Raines, Athletics Director and back-to-back College World Series championship winning coach Ray Tanner, and current USC head baseball coach Chad Holbrook.

The event will take place on Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center from 6:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. Tickets are $75 per person. Dress is University of South Carolina casual. Proceeds from the evening benefit the Lexington Medical Center Foundation’s Cancer Care Fund.

Chad Holbrook coaching USC baseball player Scott Wingo.
Photo Courtesy: University of South Carolina

Keynote speaker Chad Holbrook became USC’s baseball coach in 2012. Holbrook has been with the USC baseball program since July of 2008. During his time as Associate Head Coach, South Carolina won back-to-back national championships in 2010 and 2011 and finished as the national runner-up in 2012. In 2011, ESPN the Magazine named Holbrook the 10th best recruiter in all of college athletics. After the 2011 season, the ABCA and Baseball America named Holbrook Assistant Coach of the Year.

Chad Holbrook (right) with Ray Tanner (left)
Photo Courtesy: University of South Carolina

During his 16 years as head coach of the University of South Carolina baseball team, Ray Tanner established a premier program, including the back-to-back 2010 and 2011 national championships. His record as USC baseball coach was 738-316. In 2012, Ray Tanner became the University of South Carolina’s Athletics Director.

June Raines became the University of South Carolina’s baseball coach in 1977. At USC, he had a record of 763 victories, 380 losses and 2 ties. He took USC to the College World Series four times with appearances in 1977, 1981, 1982 and 1985.

There will also be a special video appearance by Bobby Richardson, who was the head coach of the USC baseball team from 1970 to 1976. Richardson led the Gamecocks to their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 1974. Richardson left South Carolina after the 1976 season, finishing with a 220-91-2 record and three NCAA Tournament appearances including a National Runner-Up finish in the 1975 College World Series.

The Lexington Medical Center Foundation’s Cancer Care Fund helps patients in need by purchasing critical medications and supplies, and providing emergency assistance with utilities and other living expenses when other resources have run out. From paying a light bill to picking up the tab for a prescription, the Cancer Care Fund affects the most important needs of our hospital’s cancer patients.

To order tickets for The Legacy Continues, call 803-791-2540 or visit