South Carolina AHEC in the News

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In South Carolina, pregnant women are increasingly giving birth without prenatal care
Lauren Sausser, The Post & Courier, October 14, 2017

As the population ages, South Carolina will need more brain doctors, experts say
Mary Katherine Wildeman, The Post & Courier, July 23, 2017

Tele-Health in South Carolina
Bobbi Conner interviews Dr. James McElligott, South Carolina Public Radio, July 11, 2016 


Grants Bring Needed Doctors to Rural South Carolina
Doug Pardue & Lauren Sausser, The Post & Courier, March 3
1, 2013

Rooting in a small town: Student loan forgiveness program helps bring dentistry to rural communities
Diane Knich, The Post & Courier, April 1
1, 2010

Telemedicine Brings Doctor to Patient
Liv O
sby, Greenville News, March 17, 2009

Dearth of Docs: State's rural areas scramble to find enough physicians 
Renee Dudley, The Post & Courier, August 29, 2010

Earthquake' Tests Emergency Response 
Lucia Walinchus, The Post and Courier
Thursday, June 7, 2007

Graduate Surveys: An Opportunity for Residency Research 
From the Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors, Annals of Family Medicine Volume 3, Number 4: p. 376-377 (July/August 2005)

State health group honors top doc as top preceptor
The Times and Democrat, April 19, 2005


Promoting Scholarly Activity In Family Medicine Residency Programs: What’s The Reward?
From the Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors, Annals of Family Medicine 2:520-521 (2004)

Pre-Professionals have the right SCRIPT for rural care
Cathy Gilbert, Clarendon Today.com, August 19, 2004

Student nurses hit the trenches
Special to the Times & Democrat, July 27, 2004

Doc-in-the-making wins statewide honor
Linda H. Lamb, The State, July 21, 2004

Lee Hendren, Times & Democrat Staff Writer, July 19, 2004

Estrada AHEC's Preceptor of Year
Barbara Bradley, The Lancaster News, July 7, 2004

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