Thursday, July 11, 2013
East Cooper Medical Center is offering free health talks throughout the summer. The topics range from men’s health to the future of healthcare. East Cooper Medical Center will give residents the opportunity to visit the facility and learn up-to-date healthcare information.
Health Talks are scheduled for the months of July and August. To register for these free events, please call (843) 884-7031 or visit www.eastcoopermedctr.com and click “Find an Event.” Each talk will meet in the Main Lobby of East Cooper Medical Center located at 2000 Hospital Drive, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464. Refreshments will be served.
• Thursday, July 11 at 6 p.m.
Straight Talk: Men’s Health
Kelly Shaffer, MD, Urology
An educational event designed to highlight new information on the causes, diagnosis, and treatment options available for the common men’s health conditions of erectile dysfunction and male urinary incontinence.
• Tuesday, July 30 at 6 p.m.
Discussing the Future of Healthcare
Jason Alexander, CEO of East Cooper Medical Center
Meet the Chief Executive Officer of your community hospital while having an open discussion about healthcare and what it means for your family. Enjoy refreshments in a comfortable setting while getting to know the hospital in your own backyard.
• Tuesday, August 27 at 6 p.m.
So, you need to have a lab test?
David Sutton, Laboratory Director, East Cooper Medical Center
An overview of lab testing and routine tests that your doctor might order. What do lab tests mean? What do lab tests consist of? What lab tests are used for common health screenings?
For more information on any of these free events, call 843-884-7031 or visit www.eastcoopermedctr.com and click “Find an Event.”
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