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Women’s Night Out!

Each October, Lexington Medical Center hosts Women’s Night Out, an event that honors cancer survivors and their families. It features a silent auction, signature cocktail, fashion show, dinner and talk. This year, the keynote speaker will be Irmo native Leeza Gibbons. The topic will be caregiving. Barbara Willm, Lexington Medical Center Vice President of Development and Community Relations, spoke about the event on WLTX. Check out her interview below. For more information on Women’s Night Out or to buy tickets, click here.


Become A Doula!

Lexington Medical Center is pleased to announce that it will be offering Childbirth and Postpartum Professional Association training classes for community members who are interested in becoming hospital-based doulas.

DoulaHospital-based doulas are specially trained to offer comfort and support to mothers and their families as they bring their babies into the world. They also work with other hospital staff to ensure a positive birth experience for expectant parents. It’s an opportunity to support women and families during one of the most beautiful and important life events: birth.

Upcoming training sessions will be August 22 – 23 and September 19 – 20. No health care experience is necessary.

mother_baby.tifParticipants will learn comfort techniques for labor, including positions and movement; support for non-medicated and medicated mothers; the role and scope of practice; the natural birth process; practical experience and role-playing; affirmation and encouragement techniques; non-biased emotional, physical and informational support; hospital procedures for labor and delivery; positive communication skills; support for caesarean birth; and skills to support breastfeeding initiation.

For more information or to register, call (803) 791-2631 or email

Physician Lecture Series – Interventional Pain Management

Lexington Medical Center is pleased to present Erin F. Lawson, M.D. from Lexington Interventional Pain Management for her lecture “Interventional Pain Management”.


Dr. Lawson has advanced training in interventional pain management. After earning her medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, she completed an internal medicine internship, anesthesiology residency and pain medicine fellowship there. Before joining Lexington Medical Center, Dr. Lawson was an assistant professor for the Department of Anesthesiology and director of the Pain Medicine Fellowship Program at the University of California – San Diego.

Located at Lexington Medical Center’s community medical center in Lexington, Lexington Interventional Pain Management treats a wide variety of conditions with a goal of keeping pain at bay and helping patients maintain their normal daily lives.

For more information about Dr. Erin Lawson and Lexington Interventional Pain Management, visit

Lexington Interventional Pain Management
811 W. Main St., Suite 201
Lexington, SC 29072
(803) 936–7035

Lexington Medical Center offers a monthly physician lecture series on a variety of pertinent health topics. For more information on upcoming lectures, visit