Dr. Gerald Wilson (far left), Nurse Jean Hopkins, Dr. Rodney Reid, Dr. Albert Reid (front center), Dr. Burnett Gallman and Dr. Evertte Dargan …
Jerrel Floyd is an Alabama raised reporter who covers health & wellness for The Post and Courier.
The old office of Dr. Cyril O. Spann, South Carolina's first black surgeon. The office was recently added to the National Register of Historic…
Dr. Cyril O. Spann, South Carolina's first trained black surgeon, and his staff at the Good Samaritan-Waverly Hospital.
Dr. Cryril O. Spann, a Chester, SC native, spent over five years in the 1960's and 70's as the only trained black surgeon in South Carolina.
In South Carolina, the VA operates more than 20 facilities across the state.
An annual report evaluates how well South Carolina's children are faring, based on U.S. Census data and additional publicly available statistics. The state dropped from 38th to 39th in the country.
States that have accepted federal money to expand their eligibility for the low income medicaid program are seeing a decline in a disparity with cancer care between white and black patients according to a recent study.
The Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic partners with the national MAVEN Project initiative to expand their network of volunteer specialists.