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Lexington Cardiology Welcomes Brian P. Wall, MD, MS

Lexington Cardiology is pleased to welcome Brian P. Wall, MD, MS, to its network of care at the practice’s Northeast Columbia location. As a Lexington Medical Center physician practice, Lexington Cardiology provides he highest quality services in the treatment of cardiovascular disease.

Brian P. Wall, MD, MS

Board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology, Dr. Wall is a member of the American College of Cardiologists, the American College of Physicians and the American Medical Association. He most recently cared for patients at McLeod Cardiology Associates in Florence, South Carolina, diagnosing, treating and preventing a variety of cardiac conditions and disorders.

Dr. Wall specializes in valve disease management, transcatheter aortic valve replacement, acute myocardial infarction, atrial fibrillation and flutter, cardiac arrhythmias and cardiomyopathy. He also has extensive experience performing transradial and transfemoral heart catheterizations.

He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biology from Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina, and a master’s degree in biology from Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia. He then earned his medical degree from the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina, and completed his residency at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Dr. Wall continued his training with fellowships in cardiology and interventional cardiology at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.

As part of Lexington Medical Heart Center, Lexington Cardiology is supported by the region’s only Duke Health-affiliated heart program.

Dr. Wall is accepting new patients.

Lexington Cardiology
90 Summit Centre Drive
Columbia, SC 29209
(803) 744 – 4900
LMCLexingtonCardiology.com

Lexington Medical Center Applauds Six Nurses honored with Palmetto Gold Award

Palmetto Gold Award Winners

West Columbia, S.C. – Lexington Medical Center is proud to congratulate six nurses honored with the prestigious Palmetto Gold Award from the South Carolina Nurses Foundation (SCNF). Virginia Hall, Brad Harman Jr., James Jeffcoat, Lori Sutton, Shannon Turner and Amanda Witdoeckt were honored at a gala reception and awards dinner at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center on Saturday, April 6, 2013.

The SCNF promotes high standards of health care by facilitating the advancement of nursing through awards, grants and scholarships. The organization gives the Palmetto Gold Award to 100 nurses across South Carolina each year for excellence in and commitment to the nursing profession. Criteria for the selection of Palmetto Gold recipients includes promoting and advancing nursing in a positive way in the practice setting or in the community; exemplifying care and commitment to patients, families, and colleagues; demonstrating leadership; facilitating growth and development of others; and contributing to the overall achievement of outcomes in the practice setting.

“We are very pleased to have six of our nurses receiving this distinguished award this year. These nurses go above and beyond expectations every day and we are very proud of each of them,” said Cindy Rohman, RN, MS, CNAA/BC, Director of Nursing at Lexington Medical Center.

Lexington Medical Center’s 2013 Palmetto Gold Winners:

Virginia Hall, BSN, CCRN, Clinical Mentor, Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit
Virginia is committed to the educational and professional development of students and peers. As the principal author for the Beacon Award application for critical care units, her unit received this prestigious award in December 2011.

Walter Bradley Harman Jr., RN, MBS, CRNA, Staff CRNA
Brad serves as the clinical coordinator for anesthesia students from the University of South Carolina and the Medical University of South Carolina. In this role, he coordinates morning case clinical discussions on evidence-based anesthesia practice with students and other CRNAs.

James W. Jeffcoat, MSN, RN-BC, Outcomes Coordinator
James organized Lexington County’s first STEMI response program in conjunction with area EMS agencies, community medical centers and physician practices, reducing the hospital’s door-to-balloon times by 46%. A member of Sigma Theta Tau International and a clinical nursing instructor for the University of South Carolina, he is a certified cardiovascular nurse who has received the LMC Gold award.

Lori T. Sutton, Staff RN
Lori is an example of expert practice and clinical curiosity. She has a desire for uncovering best practices and, as a result, has completed one published research study on the use of warmed cotton blankets that resulted in an organizational blanket warmer policy change.

Shannon M. Turner, BSN, CEN, Clinical Mentor, Emergency Department
Shannon displays professionalism and excellence daily through her clinical expertise and positive attitude. An integral part of the Stroke Committee, she was instrumental in achieving Stroke Certification at LMC in August 2011.

Amanda J. Witdoeckt, RN, CCRN, Registered Nurse, MICU
Amanda leads by example with her positive attitude, compassionate care and support of co-workers. She goes the extra mile by mastering new therapies, and supporting her peers.

The diverse nursing staff at Lexington Medical Center is committed to caring not only for our patients, but also for each other. The collaborative medical staff values the nursing practice for its contribution to positive patient outcomes. The six nurses recognized this year come from service capacities, solidifying our priority of quality care in all areas of the hospital.

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