Florence, South Carolina 2021-10-14 23:20:42 –
Holly County, South Carolina (WBTW) — Tidelands Health is awaiting state approval for two hospitals to be built within the new Carolina Bay Hospital in southern South Carolina.
The new Tydrans Health Carolina Bays Hospital will be built at the interchange on Highways 31 and 707.
Gayle Resetar, Chief Operating Officer of Tidelands Health, said: “There are two hospitals in the hospital. We would like to get approval for long-term acute care and rehabilitation of inpatients.”
According to Tidelands Health, hospitals for long-term acute care serve medically complex patients with advanced medical needs.
“Holly and Georgetown counties do not have long-term acute care beds and we would like to provide that service as part of that project,” says Lister.
Rehabilitation hospitals serve patients who are recovering from many conditions, including stroke, cerebral disorders, orthopedic conditions, and COVID-19.
Carolina Bayes Hospital and its hospitals are needed in southern Holly County, according to Resettal. She said employees would need to place it. She said they had already planned in advance during the labor shortage.
“We have begun planning and forecasting over the next three to four years, some of which will allow us to communicate with locations such as Horry-Georgetown Technical College, CCU, MUSC and other locations that create healthcare professionals. It’s for you to do, “she said.
Tidelands Health personnel hope to receive approval within the next few months. They are waiting for proof of the need for both hospitals.
“What we want is to get approval, successfully complete the appeal phase, and perhaps build all three services at the same time,” said Resetar.
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