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Physicians affiliated with Fairfield Memorial Hospital

First Posted: 3:24 pm - December 31st, 2015

Diane Johnson, physical therapist, and Dr. Roger Gaddy, chief of staff, walk the halls of Fairfield Memorial Hospital with Jackie Mincey following his recent knee replacement surgery. Mincey chose to travel back to Fairfield Memorial Hospital for a short four-day stay to continue his therapy. “I really enjoyed it,” he said. “They treated me real good.”
After her fall, resulting in a broken leg and surgery, Pasty Enloe, 80, had no doubts where she wanted to go for short-term rehabilitation when asked. “I wanted to go close to home, to my hospital, Fairfield Memorial Hospital. I knew I would get the best of care from people I know, and it would be convenient for my family and friends to stop by to visit. The physical therapists got me up and walking, continuing their visits to my home with Caring Neighbor’s Home Care. I can’t thank the staff enough for the wonderful and personal care I received.” FMH has been Pasty’s hospital since her three daughters were born there.
“It was November 2008 when I came into the ER with a headache and my vision in my left eye was blurred. I had been suffering from headaches for about seven months and had seen other doctors who said it was stress related. But on this morning while visiting home for the weekend I realized something was wrong, so I went to the Fairfield Memorial ER. This was the lifesaving part! I spoke with Dr. Cannon, who, after looking into my eyes with a light said, “We need to get a C-Scan done right away.” This was the first time any doctor had ordered a C-Scan for me and what he saw after the scan was a tumor about the size of a golf ball on the right side of my brain. I was referred to see my doctor who sent me to see a neurosurgeon. It turned out I had a meningioma tumor that needed to be removed. In December 2008 I had the tumor removed, returned to college in January 2009 and graduated May 2010. All of that was because of a doctor at Fairfield Memorial who took the time to look into my eyes and save my life.” Shamieka Bernice Johnson Sims
The staff of Blue Granite Medical Center
Jimmy Claxton walks the treadmill in the Buchanon-McCants Rehabilitation Center as part of his cardiac rehab treatment. Claxton had his first quadruple bypass surgery in 1978 at the age of 45. He had another quadruple bypass surgery in 1992. He also had a Mitral Valve Replacement in 2012. He has been a cardiac rehab patient since 1992. According to Mr. Claxton’s cardiologist, “Jim’s commitment to cardiac rehab is responsible for him being alive now.”
Dr. Stephen Ridley
Dr. John Gaskins
Dr. Lisa Forgione
Dr. Rob Thompson
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Family Practice

Dr. Roger A. Gaddy — Chief of Staff

Dr. Harmon F. Patrick

Dr. Deborah L. Stuck

Dr. Charles T. McElmurray

Dr. Mark Shaffer

Dr. Steven K. Barnett

Emergency Medicine

Dr. Stephen Ridley

Dr. John D. Gaskins

Robert S. Thompson

Dr. Lisa Forgione

Blue Granite Medical Center

Dorwoah Counts, FNP

Latoya Mickle, FNP

Orthopedic Clinic

U.S.C. Specialty Clinics

Dr. Guillaume David Dumont

Dr. David E. Koon Jr.

Dr. Ryan William Hess

Tele-Psychiatry

S.C. Department of Mental Health

Tele-Neurology

U.S.C. School of Medicine/Department of Neurology

S.C. Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic

Dr. Robert Puchalski

Diane Johnson, physical therapist, and Dr. Roger Gaddy, chief of staff, walk the halls of Fairfield Memorial Hospital with Jackie Mincey following his recent knee replacement surgery. Mincey chose to travel back to Fairfield Memorial Hospital for a short four-day stay to continue his therapy. “I really enjoyed it,” he said. “They treated me real good.”
http://heraldindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Gaddy-and-Mincey.jpgDiane Johnson, physical therapist, and Dr. Roger Gaddy, chief of staff, walk the halls of Fairfield Memorial Hospital with Jackie Mincey following his recent knee replacement surgery. Mincey chose to travel back to Fairfield Memorial Hospital for a short four-day stay to continue his therapy. “I really enjoyed it,” he said. “They treated me real good.”

After her fall, resulting in a broken leg and surgery, Pasty Enloe, 80, had no doubts where she wanted to go for short-term rehabilitation when asked. “I wanted to go close to home, to my hospital, Fairfield Memorial Hospital. I knew I would get the best of care from people I know, and it would be convenient for my family and friends to stop by to visit. The physical therapists got me up and walking, continuing their visits to my home with Caring Neighbor’s Home Care. I can’t thank the staff enough for the wonderful and personal care I received.” FMH has been Pasty’s hospital since her three daughters were born there.
http://heraldindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Patsy-Enloe-with-Diane-Johnson-physical-therapsit-assistant-PTA-.jpgAfter her fall, resulting in a broken leg and surgery, Pasty Enloe, 80, had no doubts where she wanted to go for short-term rehabilitation when asked. “I wanted to go close to home, to my hospital, Fairfield Memorial Hospital. I knew I would get the best of care from people I know, and it would be convenient for my family and friends to stop by to visit. The physical therapists got me up and walking, continuing their visits to my home with Caring Neighbor’s Home Care. I can’t thank the staff enough for the wonderful and personal care I received.” FMH has been Pasty’s hospital since her three daughters were born there.

“It was November 2008 when I came into the ER with a headache and my vision in my left eye was blurred. I had been suffering from headaches for about seven months and had seen other doctors who said it was stress related. But on this morning while visiting home for the weekend I realized something was wrong, so I went to the Fairfield Memorial ER. This was the lifesaving part! I spoke with Dr. Cannon, who, after looking into my eyes with a light said, “We need to get a C-Scan done right away.” This was the first time any doctor had ordered a C-Scan for me and what he saw after the scan was a tumor about the size of a golf ball on the right side of my brain. I was referred to see my doctor who sent me to see a neurosurgeon. It turned out I had a meningioma tumor that needed to be removed. In December 2008 I had the tumor removed, returned to college in January 2009 and graduated May 2010. All of that was because of a doctor at Fairfield Memorial who took the time to look into my eyes and save my life.” Shamieka Bernice Johnson Sims
http://heraldindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Shamieka-Bernice-Johnson-Sims.jpg“It was November 2008 when I came into the ER with a headache and my vision in my left eye was blurred. I had been suffering from headaches for about seven months and had seen other doctors who said it was stress related. But on this morning while visiting home for the weekend I realized something was wrong, so I went to the Fairfield Memorial ER. This was the lifesaving part! I spoke with Dr. Cannon, who, after looking into my eyes with a light said, “We need to get a C-Scan done right away.” This was the first time any doctor had ordered a C-Scan for me and what he saw after the scan was a tumor about the size of a golf ball on the right side of my brain. I was referred to see my doctor who sent me to see a neurosurgeon. It turned out I had a meningioma tumor that needed to be removed. In December 2008 I had the tumor removed, returned to college in January 2009 and graduated May 2010. All of that was because of a doctor at Fairfield Memorial who took the time to look into my eyes and save my life.” Shamieka Bernice Johnson Sims

The staff of Blue Granite Medical Center
http://heraldindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Blue-Granite-staff.jpgThe staff of Blue Granite Medical Center

Jimmy Claxton walks the treadmill in the Buchanon-McCants Rehabilitation Center as part of his cardiac rehab treatment. Claxton had his first quadruple bypass surgery in 1978 at the age of 45. He had another quadruple bypass surgery in 1992. He also had a Mitral Valve Replacement in 2012. He has been a cardiac rehab patient since 1992. According to Mr. Claxton’s cardiologist, “Jim’s commitment to cardiac rehab is responsible for him being alive now.”
http://heraldindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Jimmy-Claxton-pic.jpgJimmy Claxton walks the treadmill in the Buchanon-McCants Rehabilitation Center as part of his cardiac rehab treatment. Claxton had his first quadruple bypass surgery in 1978 at the age of 45. He had another quadruple bypass surgery in 1992. He also had a Mitral Valve Replacement in 2012. He has been a cardiac rehab patient since 1992. According to Mr. Claxton’s cardiologist, “Jim’s commitment to cardiac rehab is responsible for him being alive now.”

Dr. Stephen Ridley
http://heraldindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Dr.-Stephen-Ridley.jpgDr. Stephen Ridley

Dr. John Gaskins
http://heraldindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Dr.-John-Gaskins.jpgDr. John Gaskins

Dr. Lisa Forgione
http://heraldindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Dr.-Lisa-Forgione.jpgDr. Lisa Forgione

Dr. Rob Thompson
http://heraldindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Dr.-Rob-Thompson.jpgDr. Rob Thompson
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