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Recognized for 50 Years of Service

Sen. Setzler and Sen. Shealy present proclamation to LMC CEO

Apr. 5 2021

Towns and cities throughout the Midlands have presented proclamations that recognize Lexington Medical Center for providing the highest quality care to patients in the community for more than 50 years. The following towns and cities issued proclamations that acknowledged this legacy and celebrated LMC’s longstanding service to their residents:

  • Batesburg-Leesville Town Council
  • Chapin Town Council
  • City of Cayce
  • City of West Columbia 
  • Lexington County Council
  • Lexington Town Council 
  • Town of Irmo

In addition to these honors, Congressman Joe Wilson recognized the hospital in the Congressional Record, the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. South Carolina State Senators Nikki Setzler and Katrina Shealy also presented a proclamation from the South Carolina Senate, and Representative Chris Wooten recognized LMC for the South Carolina House of Representatives.

From its beginnings as a small community hospital in 1971 to becoming the anchor of a modern medical complex today, LMC continues to offer the most outstanding care to families, friends and neighbors as the Midlands’ only locally owned, independent hospital.

LMC CEO receives proclamation from Sen. Setzler and Sen. Shealy
Senators Nikki Setzler and Katrina Shealy presented Tod Augsburger, president and CEO, with a proclamation from the South Carolina Senate.

Donny Burkett receives proclamation

Board member Donny Burkett accepted a proclamation from Lexington Town Council member Kathy Maness.

Dr. Tripp Jones receives proclamation

Dr. Tripp Jones, board chair, accepted a proclamation from Lexington County Council members.


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