Archive | October, 2012

Thank You, Cardinals!

Thank you to the Cardinals, the Kershaw County Recreation Department pee wee football team that wore Pink Glove Dance stickers on the back of their helmets this week. The team won their game 42-0, are #2 in their league and on their way to the playoffs. Go Cardinals! Go LMC’s Pink Glove Dance!

Photo courtesy of Aimee Hinson

Vote for Lexington Medical Center’s Pink Glove Dance from now until November 2nd, 2012 on

Learn the Pink Glove Dance!

This year for our Pink Glove Dance Video, we were fortunate to have Stacy Ashley be our choreographer once again!  This is the second year in a row that Lexington Medical Center is entering the international Pink Glove Dance video contest sponsored by Medline Industries, Inc., a company that makes pink exam gloves.  The project honors cancer survivors and raises awareness about breast cancer.

Our hospital’s 2012 Pink Glove Dance features the compelling story of Lexington Medical Center nurse Amy Kinard of Lexington, who was diagnosed with breast cancer at the young age of 34.  The video is shot in our hospital and around our community – including at a highly-energized Williams-Brice Stadium, on a special pink glove skydiving adventure and inside a rock star celebration of cancer survivors.

And this year, we’re excited to share with you some of the dance moves featured in the video, choreographed by Stacy Ashley:

Vote for Lexington Medical Center’s Pink Glove Dance by going to, searching on the “L-M” age for LMC and clicking “Vote” on our video.  You must have a Facebook account to vote.  Lexington Medical Center is the only Columbia area hospital entering the competition.  Voting for the Pink Glove Dance 2012 is from October 12th to November 2nd – there’s only one week left to go!

The winner will receive $10,000 to donate to a breast cancer charity of its choice.  Lexington Medical Center would donate its prize money to the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer Research, as it did last year.

To take one of Stacy’s classes, check out Gold’s Gym located at 619 North Lake Drive, Lexington, SC 29072.

High Blood Pressure

As part of WIS-TV’s series “Losing It With Len,” Sunrise news anchor Len Kiese visited Lexington Medical Center to talk with cardiologist Amy Epps, MD, about high blood pressure.  It was a very informative segment.  Watch below!

WIS 10-25-2012 06.46.12 from Lexington Medical Center on Vimeo.