Archive | November, 2009

LMC Leaders Featured in "Men of Lexington" Calendar


Lexington Medical Center Board Chairman Thad Westbrook, President & CEO Mike Biediger and Chief of Staff Aubrey Bryant, M.D. are featured in the 2010 “Men of Lexington” magazine published by the Greater Lexington Chamber and Visitor’s Bureau. They are on the August, 2010 page.

Calendars are available for purchase at the chamber’s office at 321 South Lake Drive in Lexington for $10 each.

This is the first year that the chamber has produced calendars. They were designed to showcase chamber members throughout the Lexington County community.

Thank you, LMC Chaplains

The Lexington Medical Center chaplains and associate chaplains celebrated another year of providing outstanding spiritual care to our patients at the Annual Chaplain Dinner. Pastoral Care presented several awards, and everyone enjoyed a delicious meal together.

Reverend Alice Linder receives the Harold Von Nesson Award

This year, chaplains and associate chaplains volunteered 10,411 hours of service from 9,235 patient visits. Reverend Alice Linder received the Harold Von Nesson Award, which honors chaplains who go the extra mile for patients and Pastoral Care. Rev. James Gibson III received the Bill Price Award for his dedication to patients and their families as well as his commitment to Pastoral Care.

Thank you, LMC chaplains!

A Veterans Day Tribute

Lexington Medical Center hosted a Veterans Day Tribute at Lexington Town Hall on Wednesday, November 11th, 2009. Veterans and members of the community were cordially invited to attend this free event that honored our nation’s heroes.

The tribute featured a patriotic musical selection by the Palmetto Mastersingers. The chorus of approximately 60 men has performed throughout South Carolina, nationally and internationally. Appearances have included the White House, Carnegie Hall, the National Cathedral, Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris at St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. A few of the Palmetto Mastersingers are Lexington Medical Center doctors.

Keynote speakers were from Honor Flight South Carolina, an organization dedicated to taking World War II veterans to the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. Speakers will be Bill Dukes, Honor Flight South Carolina founder; Murray Price, decorated World War II B-24 pilot and Honor Flight participant; and Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott, who has served as a guardian on Honor Flight trips.

“Lexington Medical Center is proud to partner with the Palmetto Mastersingers and the town of Lexington to honor one of our country’s most precious resources – our veterans,” said Barbara Willm, vice president of Community Relations for Lexington Medical Center. “We are pleased to be part of such a tribute.”

More than 200 people attended.