We will focus our Mobile Unit Work in rural Lowcountry South Carolina located at the southerly most tip of the State at the Georgia border. In South Carolina, the 10th poorest state in the nation, there is a significant shortage of medical care facilities that are accessible to the communities that need them. We propose that by providing […]
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for Palmetto Mobile Health Unit at Charles Towne Landing in West Ashley. The mobile unit will bring free health screenings, vaccinations, and other medical services to rural areas. See more here Photos from the event are below.
The 2nd Bachelor Bachelorette Event scheduled for June 9, 2018, has been postponed. Due to not receiving any applications for the candidates. We have had lots of interest, but no applications. So, we decided to postpone, regroup, and use this time to reach back to the interested parties with new date. Thanks for your support […]
VOLUNTEER HERE When: Monday January 29, 2018 – 9:00 a.m. Where: Hilton Garden Inn Charleston Waterfront, 45 Lockwood Blvd Charleston SC Title Sponsor: First Choice By Select Health of South Carolina Sponsors: HELLO DELI Judge Veronica G. Small and Family Legal Services, LLC Levy W. and Shirley A. Berry Mr. and Mrs. […]
Click to view Douglas Munk Head of New Business Ventures Nestle USA (Top Left) Dr. Jerome Adams Surgeon General of the United States (Top Right) Nancy Brinker Cancer Advocate,Global Consultant and Founder of Susan G. Komen (Bottom Left) Indra Nooyi Chairperson and CEO PepsiCo, Inc. (Bottom Right) Future of Health Summit October 23-24, 2017 Washington, […]
The Palmetto Palace establishes Mobile Council for the Late Honorable Reverend Senator Clementa C. Pinckney Mobile Unit from BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Foundation Grant Charleston, S.C. – The Palmetto Palace is pleased to announce that it received a $100,000 grant from the BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Foundation to increase opportunities for healthcare services […]
Read the full story here: http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20151110/PC16/151119954 The nonprofit Palmetto Palace announced Tuesday it will raise funds in Pinckney’s name to build a $290,000 mobile hospital unit. The bus will provide preventive health care services in Allendale, Beaufort, Charleston, Colleton, Hampton and Jasper counties. Pinckney, before his death in the Emanuel AME church massacre, represented those […]