South Central News and Events

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August 08 2019

Lunch and Learn | September 6

Suffering from Hip Pain? Learn About Treatment Options at a Lunch and Learn on Friday, September 6. Hip pain is a common complaint that can be caused by a wide variety of problems. The first signs of hip problems may be limping, joint pain, loss of motion, swelling and tenderness. If self-care treatments do not […]

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June 06 2019

Welcome Kaitlin Farrar | Wellness Center

The South Central Wellness Center welcomes new aerobics instructor, Kaitlin Farrar. Kaitlin will be teaching the Cardio and Core Classes on Fridays at 8 a.m. If you are interested in joining the class, please call 601-399-0530 for more information.

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May 06 2019

Derrick Burgess, MD | South Central Sports Medicine

“Mentorship has always been a big inspiration in my life. I was first generation of medicine in my family. South Central Regional Medical Center was a great opportunity for me to grow and be in a leadership role. I serve as a leader, a mentor and a physician. I thrive on being personable with the […]

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February 26 2019

SC Scholar Athlete, Isaiah Gore, Named Player of the Year

Isaiah Gore named Sports601 Powerade Boys Soccer Player of the Year (Jones County) Article by James Pugh, Sports601/IMPACT Most of his thoughts were negative. Laurel soccer standout Isaiah Gore willingly admits to that. Shortly after his junior year of soccer – in March of 2018 to be exact – Gore was told the only option […]

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February 15 2019

Back in the Game | Kelsi Jackson, South Jones Basketball

Back in the Game: Kelsi Jackson, South Jones Basketball South Central Sports Medicine Helps Athletes Get Back in the Game With every step she made, every jump she took, Kelsi Jackson felt excruciating pain in her knee. Kelsi, a then tenth grade basketball player at South Jones High School, was unable to make basic movements […]

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February 11 2019

Wellness Center Member Feature | Courtney Jones

Take Steps for a Healthier Life with Help through Personal Training Wellness Center Member Feature: Courtney Jones Now is the time that many people set personal goals for each new year. Yet this year, Wellness Center member, Courtney Jones, is planning to keep her same goal from the previous year. In January of 2018, Courtney […]

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January 23 2019

SCRMC Receives Accreditation for Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation

South Central Regional Medical Center Receives Accreditation for Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation [Laurel, Miss] – South Central Regional Medical Center is proud to announce the certification of its cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation program by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). South Central Regional Medical Center was recognized for its commitment to improving […]

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January 21 2019

ACTIVEkids | January 21

ACTIVEkids, a 6 week exercise program, kicks off tonight at the South Central Wellness Center. To register your child, call 601-399-0530. Cost per child is $75. ACTIVEkids is a fun exercise regimen just for children 7-12 years of age. Our ACTIVEkids program offers children exercises designed specifically for them. We have customized this program so […]

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October 23 2018

Scholar Athlete | Madison Geiger, WJ

Madison Geiger, Senior at West Jones High School, was chosen as a South Central Sports Medicine Scholar Athlete. Madison is Captain of the West Jones Cheer squad. After graduating in May, Madison’s hope is to cheer at a college level while pursuing a degree in nursing. Madison is a part of an all-star cheer squad […]

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October 16 2018

Scholar Athlete | Reagan Buckley, Stringer

Reagan Buckley, Senior at Stringer High School, was chosen as a South Central Sports Medicine Scholar Athlete. Reagan plays basketball, cheer, and track at stringer. Reagan’s plan is to go to college to become a teacher with the hopes of becoming a coach. Reagan is motivated by knowing that others are working harder than her. […]

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