House Calls

WIN 2019

House Calls Magazine is a quarterly publication that focuses on health and wellness. It includes a wide assortment of articles with topics on the latest health and wellness information, nutrition, safety, lifestyles, and more.

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10 { winter 2019 } h o u s e c a l l s the buzz JANUARY MARCH 23 & 27 Wednesday Wednesday MAYBE BABY? WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GET PREGNANT Roper St. Francis Mount Pleasant Hospital, Medical Office Building, Classrooms 1 and 2 Are you dreaming of lullabies and bassinets? Welcoming a baby into your family is exciting and takes preparation, including things to do before you get pregnant. Our Maybe Baby class led by Roper St. Francis Physician Partners OB/GYNs covers how to prepare your body for a healthy pregnancy, including information on genetic screenings. To register, call (843) 402-CARE (2273) or visit rs.com/maybebaby. JANUARY 27Sunday PUBERTY: SOMETHING NEW ABOUT YOU Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital, 2095 Henry Tecklenburg Drive, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Join us for a parent-child program that covers everything about puberty and staying healthy (and nothing more!), led by Girlologist and OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Fisher. This event is intended for girls age 9 to 11, accompanied by a parent ($50 per parent/ child pair). Register at Girlology.com. FEBRUARY 18 Monday FINDING HAPPINESS AND MEANING IN CANCER SURVIVORSHIP Roper St. Francis Cancer Center, 2085 Henry Tecklenburg Drive, 5:30-6:30 p.m. Join the SASSY Women's Cancer Support Group for a program led by Chaplain Jennifer Ryu. The program is free and open to the public; please call (843) 402-CARE to register. And for related classes—including nutrition programs for current patients and survivors—visit rs.com/cancer-classes. ONGOING FREE MEMORY SCREEN Are you concerned about your memory or that of a loved one? The Roper St. Francis Research and Innovation Center is currently screening patients between the ages of 50 and 85 who are experiencing memory loss and/or have been diagnosed with a memory problem and are interested in participating in an Alzheimer's research trial. To learn more, call (843) 724-2302. DEPRESSION STUDY Are you feeling sad, unmotivated, and tired? Have you been diagnosed and treated for depression that has not gotten better with the use of your current medications? If you are between 18 and 80 years old and depressed, you may benefit from a program at the Roper St. Francis Research and Innovation Center. To learn if you are eligible for an evaluation, call (843) 724-2302. upcoming events { January-March 2019 } A WARM WELCOME TO THE NEW MEMBERS OF ROPER ST. FRANCIS HEALTHCARE'S ACTIVE MEDICAL STAFF: ED Laura Caldwell, MD Robert Greaves, MD HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY Shelly Shand, MD HOSPITALISTS Sarah Compton, MD Dustin Dalton, MD Chad Friel, MD Abhinav Goyal, MD John Holeman, MD Morgan Randall, MD Charles Welden, MD INPATIENT HOSPICE Lara Lambert, MD Varsha Patel, MD OB/GYN Margaret Crosby Papadea, MD PEDIATRICS Tory Caudle, MD Anna Tucker, MD PODIATRY Jameiah Lemon, DPM Log onto www.rs.com and sign up for our free e-newsletter. LOOKING FOR MORE HEALTH NEWS? T O L E A R N M O R E A B O U T T H E S E O R A N Y P R O G R A M S O R E V E N T S S P O N S O R E D B Y R O P E R S T. F R A N C I S H E A L T H C A R E , C A L L ( 8 4 3 ) 4 0 2 - C A R E O R V I S I T W W W . R S F H . C O M .

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