- Care Services
CareSouth Carolina is now administering the Fall COVID-19 Vaccine at its medical offices and pediatric offices. The vaccine is only available to CareSouth Carolina patients and is offered free of charge. Pediatric patients need to make appointments at the pediatric offices, while adult patients can receive their booster at other CareSouth Carolina offices by either walking in or scheduling an appointment.
For additional information about CareSouth Carolina's Fall COVID Booster Vaccination Program, please call your local office or the CareSouth Carolina Call Center at 843-309-8301.
CareSouth Carolina will host a COVID-19 Town Hall meeting that is open to the public on Facebook Live Tuesday, November 23.
All CareSouth Carolina offices will be closed from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the Town Hall, which is set to take place from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Facebook live.
The meeting will have four presenters who will speak on relevant topics pertaining to COVID-19 and vaccinations.
Jay Hodge, J.D., will present on "The historical, legal and regulatory foundation of vaccinations." Mr. Hodge is a practicing attorney and previous Fourth Circuit Court Solicitor. He is also Chair of the CareSouth Carolina Board of Directors.
Dr. Rick Foster will present on "The ethical considerations of vaccination." Dr. Foster's many roles in South Carolina have made an advisor in numerous settings including DHEC, DHHS, SCHA, Alliance for a Healthier SC and many more. He also serves on the board at Fetter Health Care Network.
Dr. Thaddeus Bell will on the "The moral considerations of vaccination." Dr. Bell is nationally and internationally known, and is a force of nature in South Carolina. A practicing family practice physician, Dr. Bell also founded 'Closing Gaps in Health Care, Inc.' and has been tirelessly working to move health care forward in South Carolina.
Finally, Dr. Jane Kelly will present on "Complications and the long-haul of COVID: What we are learning." Dr. Kelly, the Assistant Epidemiologist at SC-DHEC, has been following recent studies and research on what we are now learning to be concerning complications from COVID-19 and the long haul of COVID-19.