As contact tracers continue to reach out to those who have been confirmed as positive cases of COVID-19, officials with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control is urging citizens to work with contact tracers while warning of bogus contact tracers.
New cases come into our hospitals every day, as our healthcare workers continue to fight COVID-19. Now some of them are getting a little refuge. And we look into what they are and how they are helping.
Governor Brian P. Kemp and the Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH) announced that the Healthcare Facility Regulation Division (HFRD) of DCH has completed onsite infection control surveys for all 358 certified nursing homes throughout Georgia.
Doctors, dentists, and now physical therapists are all changing the way they work with patients. But how are some physical therapy practices, who are normally very hands-on and close to patients, adapting to the COVID-19 world?
Just one day after they solidified their back-to-school plans, Aiken County School District officials were pushed to think again after Gov. Henry McMaster asked districts statewide to consider bringing kids back for a full 5-day schedule.
Beginning Friday, July 17, the current drive-thru location at Christenberry Fieldhouse will relocate to the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus at Annex II on 15th Street, the site of the former university vehicles services shop.