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Partial Team for portable MRI-equipped ambulance Blue Sky Award winning project

Setting Care in Motion

May 16, 2022

Ambulances equipped with cutting-edge scanners could lessen the time it takes to get stroke patients the treatment they need.

Sophia Sourlis, a woman in a khaki jacket and Yoda hat, puts her arms in the air on stage

Match Day 2022

March 18, 2022

More than 100 students from the College of Medicine’s graduating class participated in Match Day at Charleston Music Hall of Friday.

School-based health assistant Christian Miley completes a rapid strep test for a student who is being evaluated by nurse practitioner Kelli Garber through telehealth while at school.

School-Based Telehealth

March 24, 2021

School-based telehealth can remove traditional health care barriers for children in underserved communities by connecting them to health care at school.

five vials of COVID-19 vaccine

Extra vaccine

December 17, 2020

It turns out vials of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine – each of which was supposed to contain five doses – has as many as one or two more in them.

group photo of people from a variety of disciplines

Stroke Response

December 03, 2020

MUSC Health Florence is adding capabilities to treat stroke patients with advanced treatments closer to home.

cartoon image of nurse with clipboard waving and a hand holding a cell phone

Home Monitoring

October 20, 2020

A remote monitoring system for COVID patients works so well that the telehealth team is thinking about ways to cover other conditions.

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