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Lexington Medical Center Welcomes Javier E. Carles, MD

Lexington Medical Center is proud to welcome Javier E. Carles to the hospital’s network of care. Dr. Carles will work at Chapin Family Practice.

Javier E. Carles, MD

A graduate of the University of South Carolina in Columbia with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, Dr. Carles, earned his medical degree from the USC School of Medicine in Columbia. He then completed a family medicine residency at Valley Baptist Medical Center in Harlingen, Texas.

Dr. Carles is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and has more than 15 years of experience providing comprehensive care to patients of all ages. With specialized training in wound care and hyperbarics, he most recently cared for patients at Laurens Family Medicine in Laurens, South Carolina, and worked for MinuteClinic®. He has also served as director of Hospice of South Carolina and as an assistant professor of family medicine at USC.

Dr. Carles proudly joins highly skilled physicians, nurse practitioners and staff at Chapin Family Practice. The practice has served families in its community for more than 35 years by providing comprehensive care for patients of all ages.

Dr. Carles is accepting new patients.

Chapin Family Practice
1612 Chapin Road
Chapin, SC 29036
(803) 345-3414

ChapinFamilyPractice.com

Happy 35th Birthday, Chapin Family Practice

Congratulations to Chapin Family Practice! They’re celebrating 35 years of serving patients in the Chapin area with compassionate family care.

From adult and pediatric well visits to minor surgery, Chpain Family Practice is dedicated to the people of its community.

Additional services include allergy medicine injections, colonoscopy, colposcopy, gynecological care, immunizations, laceration repairs, minor orthopaedic care with casting, pulmonary function testing, sports physicals, stress testing and upper endoscopy procedures.

Learn more or schedule an appointment at ChapinFamilyPractice.com

Rock Out for Pink Out

Thank you to Chapin’s Spring Hill High School students who raised more than $4,000 on Friday for the Lexington Medical Center Foundation’s breast cancer programs by selling t-shirts and collecting donations in their “Rock Out for Pink Out” fundraiser.

We were pleased to have Dr. Samantha Morton of Carolina Women’s Physicians and Barbara Willm of the Foundation there today to express our gratitude. Way to go!

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The Lexington Medical Center Foundation provides many services for women with breast cancer including providing wigs, prosthetics and mastectomy bras as well as wellness workouts, medication and financial assistance. By providing a variety of programs, patients can focus on healing. Visit LMCFoundation.com