Piedmont Medical Center is not offering outpatient COVID-19 testing at this time. If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms to include fever, cough, or shortness of breath, and need treatment for COVID-19 or any other medical emergencies, we are able to evaluate you at our Emergency Department in Rock Hill or Fort Mill. If you are not having any symptoms and are seeking outpatient COVID-19 testing ONLY, please refer to the DHEC websitefor updated information on testing sites within the state.

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About Piedmont Medical Center

Established in 1983, our 288-bed full service hospital serves the residents of York County and beyond. As your premier healthcare system, we are committed to ensuring that all patients have access to the highest quality of care. Through innovative programs, collaborations and technological advances, we continuously expand our scope of services to meet the needs of our growing community. We’ve been recognized for our growth and leadership, and we’re very proud of the numerous accolades and designations we have received from our industry.

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Doctors urge caution, awareness around concussions during school sports season

Aug 30, 2022

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Fall sports have begun for students across the Carolinas and doctors are urging parents to be cautious when it comes to concussions.

Doctors in the area say the number of head injuries is likely underreported, but concussions are a serious risk and repeated blows to the head, neck and upper body can have long-term impacts on a student athlete’s life.

Read more on WCNC Charlotte.

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