Our three hospital Emergency Departments (Bon Secours St. Francis, Roper Hospital & Roper St. Francis Mount Pleasant Hospital) and two freestanding Emergency Departments (Berkeley & Northwoods) stayed open during the storm. The rest of our facilities resumed regular operations Monday Sept. 17. Check this blog and Twitter for updates
Way back in elementary school science, we learned about magnets. Remember being wowed by that U-shaped wand and its hidden force field? That magical power of attraction? Well, just last week, Roper St. Francis learned that once again, Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital (BSSF) has a similar amazing pull and power.
For many, it’s back-to-school next week (we share your pain!). As you sharpen the #2s and put new batteries in the calculator, we thought we’d offer a little Roper St. Francis arithmetic refresher. But the main number we want you to be aware of is 1. That’s because you are always numero uno us.
When Walter’s kidney stone pain struck it was excruciating. Luckily, Walter was able to get fast relief at the Kidney Stone Center of Charleston.
The last thing a high school football player wants to do is miss out on the action. But when it comes to head injuries, that decision is no longer left up to the player or their coach.
When you approach Roper St. Francis Mount Pleasant Hospital, you get the feeling you’re about to check into a health spa or swanky hotel. That’s because this is not your ordinary hospital. It’s specifically designed, you see, to be a quiet place, quite unlike the hustle and bustle you might experience at other hospitals.
Brenda Horne was concerned about her husband, Bob, among other issues. He was in Roper Hospital last year for double bypass heart surgery. She also was busy running her Mt. Pleasant business, Salon Capelli, worrying about their son who was deployed overseas as an infantryman in the U.S. Army and dealing with her ailing grandmother.