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7:05 am on Tuesday May 8, 2012

GlassyBaby hosting event in support of Roper Hospital Cancer Patients 2011 Entrepreneur Magazine's Entrepreneur of the Year, Lee Rhodes' company will be in Charleston South Carolina Thursday May 10th to support Roper Hospital cancer patients

HUG Charleston became aware of a three time cancer survivor, Lee Rhodes, who shines a little light on how difficult it can be to handle the burdens of chemotherapy, raising children and paying bills all while managing to retain some semblance of a "...
9:14 am on Monday April 2, 2012

Heart Healthy Living Class, Presented by Roper Cardiac Wellness & Rehabilitation Center Staff

Heart Healthy Living Class, Presented byRoperCardiacWellness & RehabilitationCenterStaff Roper Cardiac Wellness & Rehabilitation Center, Roper Hospital, Downtown Charleston April 27, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. A condensed version of the dietary,...
9:20 am on Friday March 30, 2012

AARP Driver Safety Program

AARP Driver Safety Program Roper Hospital, Irene Dixon Auditorium June 14, 2012, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. This one-day classroom refresher course is designed to keep you and others safe on the road.  We’ll learn about normal age-related physical changes and...
9:07 am on Friday March 30, 2012

Free Cardiovascular Risk Awareness Screenings, Presented by Roper St. Francis Heart & Vascular Team

Free Cardiovascular Risk Awareness Screenings, Presented by Roper St. Francis Heart & Vascular Team RoperCardiacWellness & RehabilitationCenter, Roper Hospital, Downtown Charleston Did you know that Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) and...
6:15 am on Thursday July 21, 2011

State’s first comprehensive care, one-stop center for spinal cord injury patients opens

David Dunlap, CEO and President, Roper St. Francis Healthcare welcomes guests to the new Center for Spinal Cord Injury.Roper Rehabilitation Hospital, MUSC Health, Carolinas Rehabilitation and the Spinal Cord Injury Research Fund (SCIRF) have...
2:58 am on Thursday February 4, 2010

Donate your broken pottery or glass to a mosaic class

Image by Flickr user Mykl RoventineDo you have any broken or unwanted pottery or glassware at your house? Donate it, and it may very well brighten someone's day. We received a request via Facebook from Katie Guthrie, a very sweet woman who teacher...
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