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Based on the forecast for snow conditions tomorrow, South County Hospital is announcing a number of cancellations for Tuesday, Jan. 27 and closing or late starts for Wednesday, Jan. 28.
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South County Hospital's physician practices and outpatient services will be closing at 3:00 p.m. today and will remain closed tomorrow. If you're scheduled for surgery and your surgery has been canceled, you will receive a phone call from a nurse. Per usual, the Emergency Room will be open 24/7.
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“Thank you South County Hospital for believing in the power of family and the comfort they can bring.” M.B.—Westerly
“Even though I wasn’t exhibiting the classic signs of heart attack and even though my first EKG was normal, Dr. Sabina ordered a second EKG. I’m so grateful to Drs Sabina and VanHemelrijck for ordering that second EKG. I truly believe they saved my life.” — C.B., Narragansett
“The synthesis of competence, peace and hospitality in an Emergency Services Department, when people are already sick and likely to be worried, even panicked, in the face of uncertainty, is I think a critical indicator of hospital health. South County Hospital is achieving that synthesis at the highest level of excellence.” — C.F., Kingston
"From the doctors to the nurses to the aides to the lab techs, each and every person was truly great. They were so very attentive, professional and constantly bending over backwards to make me comfortable." —A.L., Wakefield
“You all made me and my husband feel very safe and confident with your care. Continue on this positive path of ‘excellent patient care’.” —I.W., Jamestown
"I wanted to extend our thankfulness to the entire staff, especially the Emergency Room staff. Thank you for recognizing the seriousness of Glenn’s illness and acting so quickly. You have given him a wonderful gift, a second life." —D.F., Exeter
“What a great and dedicated endoscopy unit you have at the hospital. Bravo to South County Hospital!” —T.P., Narragansett
“Everyone that I encountered was personal, professional, caring and especially attentive during every phase from reception, preparation, operating room and recovery.” —F.A., Wakefield
“My marathon days may be over, but I can still get out there and run three to four miles a day without a problem. South County Hospital and South County Orthopedics gave me back my life.” —T.M., Westerly
“Thank God Dr. Sarazen made that decision to re-check my PSA level, because it turned out I had prostate cancer. I didn’t have a single symptom, but was diagnosed at Stage 3-C.” —R.G., North Kingstown
“A multiple pregnancy is high risk, and being over 35 and with one twin showing signs of being smaller than the other, it helped knowing that I was in good hands.” —N.M., Charlestown
"What a great and dedicated endoscopy unit you have at the hospital. Bravo to South County Hospital!"
- T.P., Narragansett
"Everyone that I encountered was personal, professional, caring and especially attentive during every phase from reception, preparation, operating room and recovery."
- F.A., Wakefield
"When you have a scary situation that sends you to the hospital it is wonderful to be able to say it was a good experience that’s to the personnel involved."
- J.G., Wakefield
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