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Coastal Carolina Hospital Physicians Give Back Thousands to Area Non-Profits

Feb 1, 2021

Hardeeville, S.C. – Hilton Head Regional Healthcare’s Coastal Carolina Hospital is pleased to announce its Medical Staff has donated $8,000 to local non-profit organizations in 2020! The Coastal Carolina Hospital Medical Staff is made up of more than 240 physicians dedicated to serving the citizens of Hardeeville and surrounding communities.

Each of the following organizations have received $2,000 from the Coastal Carolina Hospital Medical Staff:

  • St. Stephen United Methodist Church in Ridgeland, S.C.
  • Bluffton Self Help
  • Boys and Girls Club of Bluffton, and
  • American Heart Association
Photographed from left to right: Helen Shuler, St. Stephens UMC Food Pantry; Dr. Douglas Swartz, Allison Crouch, Bluffton Self Help; Molly Hornbeak, Boys and Girls Club of Bluffton; Dr. Dennis Jacobs; Ansley Howze, American Heart Association

“As a medical staff, we want to do our part in support of our community,” said Dr. Eric Gwynn, Chief of the Medical Staff at Coastal Carolina Hospital. “We are so fortunate to have the programs we support in our area, especially in these difficult times.”

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