Tidelands Health launches toll-free information line - WMBFNews.com, Myrtle Beach/Florence SC, Weather

Tidelands Health launches toll-free information line

Health care provider Tidelands Health announced this week it launched a toll-free information line called Better Health Connection in order make finding a physician, learning about services or registering for a class easier.  (Source: WMBF News) Health care provider Tidelands Health announced this week it launched a toll-free information line called Better Health Connection in order make finding a physician, learning about services or registering for a class easier.  (Source: WMBF News)

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Health care provider Tidelands Health announced this week it launched a toll-free information line called Better Health Connection in order make finding a physician, learning about services or registering for a class easier.

According to a news release, live operators at 1-866-Tidelands (1-866-843-3526) will provide callers information or refer them to physicians 24/7. Operators do not offer medical advice.

“Sometimes people looking for health information have questions or aren’t sure where to start,” said Amy Stevens, vice president of marketing and communications for Tidelands Health. “Better Health Connection helps break down those barriers by giving people a place to call for answers.”

This spring, Tidelands Health is planning to break ground on Tidelands Health Medical Park at The Market Common, a $44 million, 65,000-square-foot medical facility in fast-growing Horry County.

Tidelands Health has announced plans to partner with HealthSouth Corp. for the construction of a new, 46-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Little River. The health system has partnered with the Medical University of South Carolina to launch a new family medicine residency program in Horry County.

Copyright 2017 WMBF News. All rights reserved.

  • Local NewsLocalMore>>

  • Breaking

    Man wanted in connection with double-murder, bank robbery in Conway in custody

    Man wanted in connection with double-murder, bank robbery in Conway in custody

    Wednesday, August 23 2017 1:28 PM EDT2017-08-23 17:28:53 GMT
    Image of Brandon Michael Council provided by Conway Police (Source: Conway Police)Image of Brandon Michael Council provided by Conway Police (Source: Conway Police)

    The person of interest in the double-murder and bank robbery in Conway on Monday is in custody, Horry County Police confirmed. Brandon Michael Council was wanted for questioning in connection with the murder of two CresCom bank employees during a bank robbery at the CresCom Bank in Conway on Monday afternoon. He was also wanted for a bank robbery in Wilson, North Carolina on August 11. WMBF News is working to learn more about Council's apprehension.

    More >>

    The person of interest in the double-murder and bank robbery in Conway on Monday is in custody, Horry County Police confirmed. Brandon Michael Council was wanted for questioning in connection with the murder of two CresCom bank employees during a bank robbery at the CresCom Bank in Conway on Monday afternoon. He was also wanted for a bank robbery in Wilson, North Carolina on August 11. WMBF News is working to learn more about Council's apprehension.

    More >>
  • Breaking

    BB gun found in first grader’s backpack on first day of school

    BB gun found in first grader’s backpack on first day of school

    Wednesday, August 23 2017 10:57 AM EDT2017-08-23 14:57:29 GMT
    Google Street View image of Waccamaw Elementary School. (Source: Google)Google Street View image of Waccamaw Elementary School. (Source: Google)

    A BB gun was brought into Waccamaw Elementary by a student on the first day of school, a spokesperson for Horry County Schools confirmed. A 6-year-old boy in first grade showed up with the BB gun in his backpack, confirmed HCS spokeswoman Teal Britton.

    More >>

    A BB gun was brought into Waccamaw Elementary by a student on the first day of school, a spokesperson for Horry County Schools confirmed. A 6-year-old boy in first grade showed up with the BB gun in his backpack, confirmed HCS spokeswoman Teal Britton.

    More >>
  • Three Surfside Beach volunteers call it quits

    Three Surfside Beach volunteers call it quits

    Wednesday, August 23 2017 10:30 AM EDT2017-08-23 14:30:45 GMT
    Source: Surfside Beach Facebook pageSource: Surfside Beach Facebook page

    “Integrity, common sense and Elvis have a lot in common with me. We’ve all left the building.” With that, Surfside Beach resident Betty Lowery stormed out of the Surfside Beach town council meeting Tuesday night after having submitted her resignation from the town’s Planning Commission. Her resignation followed that of Sandra Elliott who earlier had also resigned from the same commission.

    More >>

    “Integrity, common sense and Elvis have a lot in common with me. We’ve all left the building.” With that, Surfside Beach resident Betty Lowery stormed out of the Surfside Beach town council meeting Tuesday night after having submitted her resignation from the town’s Planning Commission. Her resignation followed that of Sandra Elliott who earlier had also resigned from the same commission.

    More >>
Powered by Frankly