Archive | June, 2014

Mid Carolina Internal Medicine Has Moved!

Mid Carolina Internal Medicine has moved to a new location on the Lexington Medical Center campus. The physician practice is now at 120 West Hospital Drive in West Columbia.

As specialists in internal medicine, Mid Carolina Internal Medicine’s physicians are trained to prevent, diagnose, and treat illnesses and diseases that affect adults ages 18 and up. In addition to providing quality primary care, the dedicated staff of health professionals helps to coordinate the care of patients to other medical specialists should the need arise.

The physicians have a strong emphasis on preventative care, striving to help adults stay healthy with annual check-ups, early detection, health and medication monitoring, preventive health screenings, and special health and wellness programs.


The Diabetes Epidemic

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control shows that the number of Americans with diabetes is increasing – and that 1 in 4 people don’t even know they have it. The details of the report are outlined in this story from NBC Nightly News.

Speaking of Men’s Health

man at beachWhat do cardiology, internal medicine, oncology and orthopaedics have in common? They’re all specialties that will be represented at Lexington Medical Center’s June physician lecture, “Speaking of Men’s Health.” The free lecture will be held on Monday, June 23 at 6:00 p.m. inside the Lexington Medical Park 1 Auditorium on the hospital campus.

Four Lexington Medical Center physicians will speak on a panel during the lecture. They are David K. Lee, MD of Southeastern Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine, Bradley W. Word, MD of The Columbia Medical Group, James L. Wells III, MD of Lexington Oncology and William W. Brabham, MD of Lexington Cardiology. Each will speak about topics related to their specialties. The topics will include knee replacement, shoulder injuries, heart attacks, cardiac arrhythmias, vitamins, types of cancer, staying in shape as we age, and more. Then, members of the audience will have the opportunity to ask questions.

The event is free to the public. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, call Lexington Medical Center Community Outreach at (803) 936-8850.

“Speaking of Men’s Health” is part of the hospital’s monthly lecture series featuring medical topics that are important to our community. For more information on Lexington Medical Center events, visit