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Meet MUSC's Bob Peiffer
3:05
November 5, 2012
Retired U.S. Navy Supply Corps Capt. Robert H. Peiffer, administrative manager in the MUSC Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, followed the traditional military way of life. He grew up in a military household and knew there was never a question that he'd follow in his family's footsteps.

3:05
November 5, 2012
Retired U.S. Navy Supply Corps Capt. Robert H. Peiffer, administrative manager in the MUSC Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, followed the traditional military way of life. He grew up in a military household and knew there was never a question that he'd follow in his family's footsteps.
 
6:29
October 25, 2012
David Soper, M.D., professor and vice chairman for clinical affairs in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at MUSC, is also a U.S. Navy Reserve Commander.
 
7:32
October 18, 2012
Meet Jennifer Hooks as part of MUSC's 2012 Veteran's Day Celebration.
 
3:20
October 12, 2012
The Heart Health Program is both the pediatric weight management program of the MUSC Children's Hospital and the preventive cardiology service of the Children's Heart Center. http://www.musckids.com/heart/health/
 
5:04
October 1, 2012
MUSC Pet Therapy
 
5:59
September 25, 2012
Meet MUSC's Marilyn Schaffner
 
6:54
September 5, 2012
MUSC 2012 Service Awards
 
2:33
September 5, 2012
MUSC Dr. J. Antonio Quiros
 
0:32
August 16, 2012
Hollings Cancer Center Pharmacy opens
 
2:44
August 15, 2012
Charles Smith is the Medical University Hospital Authority Employee of the Year
 
3:08
August 1, 2012
Justine Wise traveled from Ohio to receive a telescopic lens implant in her right eye to help her see better. She suffers from end-stage age-related macular degeneration. Her procedure was the first in the Southeast performed by Dr. Charlene Grice at MUSC's Storm Eye Institute on July 13, 2012.
 
1:30
July 30, 2012
The staff at the trauma center always encouraged patients to wear their seat belts. It occurred to the trauma staff, that even though employees were talking the talk, were they in fact walking the walk? A study was done to evaluate seat belt use by the staff. With 10,000 employees, it was discovered that the staff had a lower seat belt use rates than the surrounding community. A year-long campaign was launched to educate employees about the importance of seat belt use and safe driving practices. The staff decided to "be the change" they wanted to see in the world. At the completion of the campaign the employees had increased their seat belt use. They felt that they could provide education and outreach as they had now become the safety model for the community.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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