Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Summerville Medical Center Pediatrics invites the Charleston community to their “Spooktacular” Halloween event this Saturday from 9am – 11am. Children can grab their favorite costume and “trick or treat” in a safe environment. Prizes will be given away including a new Wii U Deluxe Bundle for the best costume. When kids aren’t “trick or treating” they can enjoy a jump castle, balloon animals, refreshments, face painting and tour Summerville Medical Center’s new Pediatric Center. Kids and Cars will be on hand offering a kids safety demonstration; a children’s “Zumbathon” will also take place at 10:30. The Summerville Fire Department and Dorchester County EMS will be offering tours of a fire truck and ambulance. The event is this Saturday, October 26 from 9am to 11am at Summerville Medical Center, which is located at 295 Midland Parkway in Summerville. “Spooktacular” is free and open to all ages. For more information, please visit Tridenthealthsystem.com. Summerville Medical Center is a 94-bed, acute care hospital located in the Oakbrook section of Summerville between Ladson and Trolley Roads and is part of the HCA hospital system. Accredited by The Joint Commission, Summerville Medical Center is committed to providing quality health services along with wellness information and opportunities to the communities it serves. The Joint Commission recently named Summerville to their list of the nation’s top hospitals for quality and safety. In 2012, Trident Health provided almost $40 million in charity and uncompensated care and contributed $27 million in taxes. For more information about Summerville Medical Center, please visit our website at www.tridenthealthsystem.com or call 843.832.5000.
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