The Upstate SC

VOL12ISS1 2016

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Volume 10—Issue 1 77 THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — UPSTATE SC | VOLUmE 12 — ISSUE 1 health & wellness Finally, One All Inclusive Price No Constantly Escalating Levels of Care...EVER! For Assisted Living and Memory Care From the day your family member moves in, our one predictable price covers everything from medication administration, group outings, around the clock Resident Assistants, to three dignifed dining experiences a day, and a lot more. Residents have the care they need when they need it, for one consistent price. Let ordinary Assisted Living and Memory Care communities increase rates with increased care. At Thrive, you'll enjoy one simple rate and all the care you need. 864-469-0409 715 South Buncombe Road Greer, South Carolina 29650 • Care is at the Core of Thrive and is managed by our on-site Nurse and professional Resident Assistants. • Senior Safe Exercise Equipment enhances physical vitality, improves sleep, and is fun. • Secure Keyless Suite Access eliminates the need for difficult to use and easily lost keys. • The Director of Excitement keeps residents engaged with online challenges and familiar activities. • Memor y Care residents enjoy the same luxur y and privac y as those in Assisted Living. congregational nursing, corporate health as well as an emergency center (Level I Trauma Center and EMS). Other SRHS afliations include Hospice Home; home health; along with numerous imaging, diagnostic, laboratory and surgical services. Spartanburg Medical Center serves as the fagship of the SRHS and is a research and teaching hospital with more than 500 physi- cians on staf performing more than 12,000 surgical procedures annu- ally. SMC's campus includes the Heart Center, Gibbs Cancer Center & Research Institute, the Center for Women, weight loss services, re- habilitation services, a sleep center and an outpatient center. When you talk about a hospital system starting from humble begin- nings and then achieving greatness, the story of St. Luke's Hospital in Columbus, North Carolina, has to be near the top of the list. To start out in a boarding house more than 80 years ago with three doctors, four nurses, a housekeeper, a cook, a maid, and a houseman — then grow in to the hospital it is today with vast improvements in technology, knowl- edge, and facilities is amazing! Now with a medical staf of 75, a hospital staf of 300+ and the backing of one of the nation's leading and most innovative healthcare organizations, St. Luke's provides a full spectrum of healthcare and wellness programs to the area. In 2008, St. Luke's Board selected Carolinas HealthCare Sys- tem of Charlotte and with their as- sistance, St. Luke's leadership were able to focus on goals to improve staf morale, aggressively manage productivity and expenses, deliver excellent customer service and re- build relationships with the medical community. The result? St. Luke's Hospital is a Top Performer in qual- ity measures for treating pneumonia and for surgical care. From the fu to the unforeseen accident to rehabilitation necessary after procedures, healthcare services in the Upstate are second to none. []

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