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  1. NCHN Conference April 20-22, 2009

  2. Marion Florence Marion County Medical Center Lower Florence Black River Healthcare DHEC- Region 4 Lake City Community Hospital Clarendon Williamsburg Clarendon Memorial Hospital DHEC-Region 6 Williamsburg Hospital Black River Healthcare Williamsburg Technical College Black River Healthcare (2) COASTAL PLAIN RURAL HEALTH NETWORK Clarendon Lower Florence, Marion and Williamsburg Counties South Carolina

  3. Rural Health Networks Upper Midlands Northeastern Lakelands Coastal Plain Low Country Healthcare

  4. Coastal Plain Rural Health Network The Mission “Through the sharing of ideas, efforts, and resources, the members of the Coastal Plain Rural Health Network will utilize their combined skills and networking abilities to enhance and improve the overall health status of the citizens in our regions.” The Vision “ To strengthen healthcare accessibility and quality to the citizens of the Coastal Plain Rural Health Network Region.”

  5. We Have A Great Story To Tell… Let’s start long ago when five community hospitals were formed in our Network region – dedicated to providing quality healthcare to all citizens. Williamsburg Regional Hospital Clarendon Memorial Hospital Lake City Community Hospital Mullins Hospital Marion Memorial Hospital

  6. Look how we have changed! Upgraded facades and improved technology that provide continued quality health care to rural citizens. Chief Executive Officers that believe in their hospitals and communities. John Hales, CEO Williamsburg Regional Hospital Gene Tucker, CEO Marion Regional Healthcare System Lake City Community Hospital Not Available

  7. Together, we realize we are stronger together than apart! Barbara Brooks, CEO Black River Healthcare System Edward R. Frye, CEO Clarendon Health System

  8. Partnerships: The key to enhancing healthcare in Rural South Carolina Dr. Graham Adams, Executive Director Ms. Sheri Seigler, Flex Coordinator NETWORKS Were Created! Mr. Jim Allen, Consultant

  9. Joining in the effort were other agencies who also believe in providing healthcare to our rural citizens. Mrs. Linda Johnson, DHEC Mr. Derrick Mims, DHEC Dr. Covia Stanley, DHEC Mr. Cleve Cox, Williamsburg Technical College George Harrison, MD

  10. Mr. Edward Frye, Jr., CEO George Harrison, M.D. Mrs. Scherrie Cogdill, Director Ms. Cassandra Brunson, Assistant Mrs. Linda Johnson Mr. Derrick Mims Covia Stanley, M.D. Mr. John Hales, CEO Mr. Gene Tucker, CEO Dr. Graham Adams, Executive Director Mr. Jim Allen, Consultant Ms. Sheri , Flex Coordinator Dr. Cleve Cox, President Mrs. Barbara Brooks, CEO

  11. Scherrie Cogdill, Director – 40% of time spent on CPRHN We have been busy – let’s start with the staff. Cassandra Brunson, Assistant – 60% of time on CPRHN

  12. Some of Our Accomplishments….2006-2009 • Two Network retreats facilitated by Mrs. Rita Salain that produced work plans for our Network.

  13. Network Retreat cont.. • Rita can keep even the most unruly group of folks in line!

  14. Coastal Plain Rural Health NetworkWe have gone Smoke-Free! Smoke-Free Properties Throughout The Network Marion Regional Healthcare System Clarendon Health System Black River Healthcare

  15. Partnerships making a difference. DHEC and the Coastal Plain Rural Health Network • DHEC Cancer Grant A great opportunity to provide screenings for cancers of the breast, prostate, colon and cervix. 2006-2008

  16. A Really Big Home Run for theNetwork. • $700,000 in funding over a three year period from the Duke Endowment • Prevention Screening Program • PPIP Assistants currently in 15 practices sites with two additional offices on-line summer 2009. • These practices include OB-Gyn and Surgical • Program being directed by three full time PPIP assistants and one part time director. The Putting Prevention into Practice Project

  17. Prevention Practice Assistants Lesley Dykes McKinzie Simpson Ashley Welch

  18. Special people working hard. • $58,000 from the March of Dimes to conduct perinatal education classes throughout the CPRHN to non-english speaking Latino women. Mauro Diaz-Donaire, M.P.H, Bi-Lingual Health Educator Jim Allen, Program Coordinator

  19. We are stronger together than apart…..

  20. Contact Information Scherrie P. Cogdill, Director P.O. Box 550 Manning, SC 29102 (803) 435-5246

  21. Thank You