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"As for me, I saw a hospital culture that is generious, resilient, creative and compassionate. I could not be more proud of the greater CRHS team." ~ CEO Joh...

When Tammy Simmons had trouble making it to work, a cowboy on horseback came to her rescue. #hurricaneflorence #columbusstrong

The Surgical Weight Loss Team at Columbus Regional is changing lives. Patients are becoming healthier, taking fewer medications and living a more active life...

The Physical Therapy department at CRHS has long made a profound impact on the quality of life of our patients. With an experienced staff of therapists, our ...

Our monthly Health Matters education series featured Mike Moran, MD on the most Frequently Asked Questions in Urology today.

Zach and his mom Wendy did not have to search far to find a cardiac rehab program that could help him through his diagnosis of HCM (hypertrophic obstructive ...

Pastors and citizens of Columbus County gathered at the CRHS Chapel today to remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a reading of his famous sermon “A Tough...

Columbus Regional Healthcare System hosts a community health education series talk called "Health Matters" on the first Tuesday of every month. The first Hea...

We are excited to announce a new partnership with Alliance Imaging to bring the latest PET and CT Scanning services to our patients, right here in Columbus C...

"Jesus Loves the Little Children" is a great little song. As you take a glance at the news and the unfolding events in this country, and around the world, yo...

In 2011 Lisa Thomas was working for the Levine Cancer Institue and went in for a routine mammogram. A week later she learned that she had stage 1 A breast ca...

CRHS staff competed in a friendly BBQ and watermelon cook off to see who had the chops to be crowned champions. Congratulations to watermelon category winner...

Our very own Mallory Freeman, may be an attorney by training, but her most impressive credential is that of Certified BBQ Judge.

As a nurse practitioner at Southeast Primary Care, Peggy Newman has sent many patients to Donayre Cancer Care Center. That’s why she never thought twice abou...

Bully Beware
Bullies aren't all big and muscle-y. Bullies come in all shapes and sizes — and it's not like you can tell who they are by what they look like. You can only tell a bully by their actions — they make themselves feel powerful by threatening, embarrassing, or hurting others. If you have ever been around a bully or been picked on by a bully, you know how hurtful they can be. But, there are things you can do to stay…

Learn the difference between when you need a visit to the urgent care, and when you need to go to the ER by reading this comprehensive guide.

As a healthcare provider, we know that there's no limit to improvement. So that's why we've worked tirelessly to completely revamp our imaging services depar...

For certain conditions—particularly pain—there’s evidence it works. Exactly how it works is an open question.

Dr. Craig Clark discusses the various injection treatments that patients can undergo to treat inflammation and boost healing in this CRHS Insider Health video.

Dr. Clark talks explains the different types of knee replacement surgery, the treatments that can be pursued prior to surgery being necessary, and the healin...

Dr. Clark discusses knee injuries and pain and the most common treatments that can be provided without the need for surgery.

Learn more about the Donayre Cancer Care Center at Columbus Regional Healthcare System from some of its patients, staff and partners, and about how exception...

Dr. Clark defines football as a collision sport, not a contact sport, and talks about some of the ways that football injuries can heal on their own and when ...

The biggest benefit might be that it teaches people to be comfortable with being uncomfortable.

If I registered as an organ donor
Who can register as a donor?
Anyone from newborns to senior citizens can join the organ, eye and tissue donor registry! You can be a donor, even if you have been sick, had cancer in the past or have HIV or Hepatitis C. If you are between 16 and 18, your parents would make the ultimate decision, but you can still have that cute, red heart on your license!