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When I think about the past three years of living in Charleston, there are so many moments and experiences that stand out. A lot of those moments happened in the MUSC Children’s Hospital. When I first moved here, applying to the volunteer program was at the top of my list. I love kids and thought it would be a good way to get involved and learn more about where I work. At the time, I didn’t think about how special an opportunity it would be to serve those children for a couple of hours every week and, in turn, for them to bless me as well. When I think back on my time spent on the seventh floor, countless faces and stories run through my mind. Some are sentimental; many are funny; and a few bring tears to my eyes...Continue
|Lisa Montgomery takes a commencement selfie with other university and Charleston leaders.|
Lisa Montgomery began her career at MUSC as director of patient financial services. After receiving a Master in Health Administration from MUSC’s College of Health Professions, she quickly moved up at MUSC – to controller, then to chief financial officer of the hospital. Montgomery currently serves as executive vice president for finance and operations...Read More
“It was a terrifying feeling for me to be in a room full of people I didn’t know, and they knew me clinically. I didn’t realize at the time that other kids were dealing with that too.”
Laura Zucker remembers the cold white room and calm-voiced strangers trying to distract her...Read More
We never considered going anywhere else, especially once we experienced the integrated approach between research and care.
Plan. Fight. Live. These are the words that came to John Saber’s mind after he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. As John, his wife, Vicki, and their four daughters learned, this cancer often goes undetected and spreads quickly, offering little hope for a cure...Read More
Thank you for your support, encouragement and trust – the greatest of gifts – which made it all possible, month after month.
Since the brightest season is also the busiest, we wanted to keep this edition concise. In this final month of 2017, we can’t help but look back on an incredible year with deepest gratitude for your steadfast dedication to our mission. ...Read More
In this season of gratitude, we wanted to express our deepest appreciation for your dedication to our mission at MUSC...continue
In this season of gratitude, reflection and community, we wanted to share something special with you. The enclosed story is a real and unscripted account of one family’s experience at MUSC.
Jenna and Stephen Brown faced a devastating diagnosis for their unborn baby girl: the most severe form of spina bifida. They put their faith in a team of caregivers here at MUSC, and they allowed us to join them on their journey...Read More
The blue beam, draped in an American flag and holding a Palmetto tree, rises over Charleston as workers prepare to complete the steel structure underlying the Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital and Pearl Tourville Women's Pavilion...Continue
With sponsors donating based on the amount of time they read, Charleston Day School third-graders racked up 5,000 minutes in a single week to support local charities, including the campaign for the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital...Continue
Laura Zucker gets it. She understands, as a mother of two, the importance of world-class doctors and state-of-the-art technology in a pediatric hospital. But as a former patient herself, a patient who endured 21 surgeries, she also knows that kids care more about something else...Continue
CHARLESTON (October 12, 2017) – Charleston businesswoman Anita Zucker and her family have made a $5 million contribution to help build the new MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital in Charleston. The Zuckers’ gift was announced during the MUSC Board of Trustees meeting October 12...Continue
|Scholarship recipient Kaitlyn Kowalski joins College of Pharmacy dean Dr. Philip Hall at the school’s scholarship luncheon.|
Fourth-year pharmacy student Kaitlyn Kowalski says earning her scholarships helped her out financially. Competing for them, she adds, will make her a better pharmacist...continue
'I know I didn't know you at the time, and never would I think that I'd meet you. But Jill was really my first inspiration.'
We sat in an exam room at Hollings Cancer Center, no one sure what to say. I was only 19, diagnosed with ovarian cancer during the summer between my freshman and sophomore years of college...Read More
‘I love this place. I love what it’s doing for the people of South Carolina.’
As a new graduate of the College of Charleston volunteering at the MUSC Children’s Hospital, Cristina Reyes Smith met a little girl in a shoulder cast who had no interest in the cheerful volunteer but only wanted to see her OT...Read More
One of our patients, 11-year-old Tymia McCullough, traveled to Washington this summer to talk with political leaders, as they debated the Better Care Reconciliation Act to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Tymia lives in Georgetown but receives treatment for sickle cell anemia, a genetic blood disorder that causes crippling pain, at the MUSC Children’s Hospital. Now that she’s had some time to reflect, we wanted to hear about her remarkable trip...Continue
When the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital opens, it will provide a critically important new space for women, mothers and newborn babies. The Pearl Tourville Women’s Pavilion, located on the fourth floor of the new hospital, will handle the toughest, most complex pregnancies and neonatal care. The pavilion will bring together a team of specialists and state-of-the-art equipment, while providing the necessary space to ensure that mothers and babies—and their families—can remain together throughout their hospital stays...Continue
Helping to change what’s possible for the College of Health Professions, with a specific focus on leadership development for women. Read More >
It was the event of the decade — snow event, that is — thanks to a weather phenomenon called a bomb cyclone that hit Jan. 3. Read More >