UNION — The residents of Union County will have the opportunity to get to know the community’s newest pediatrician.
In a statement released Monday, Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System announced that Medical Group of the Carolinas — Pediatrics — Union will hold an open house this coming Tuesday to allow the community to get to know the office’s new pediatrician and the rest of the staff.
The press release states that “picking the right doctor for your child can feel overwhelming. At Medical Group of the Carolinas (MGC) — Pediatrics — Union, you and your pediatrician form a team that works together to keep your child healthy in the years to come. Meet our pediatric care team at an open house on Tuesday, Dec. 6, from 5-7 p.m.”
The new pediatrician at MGC — Pediatrics — Union is Kim Barracco, DO, who the press release states “has more than 10 years of pediatric experience. She is highly qualified to provide comprehensive care to infants, children and teens, and is now accepting new patients.”
The press release states that “Dr. Barracco, Milly McCully, CPNP, Sarah Cantrell, FNP, and the pediatric care team invite you to this open house to enjoy healthy treats and learn tips to keep your children healthy through the holidays.”
The open house will be held at the MGC — Pediatrics — Union office, located at 407 West South Street, Union.
“We look forward to seeing you there!”
Need an appointment before Dec. 6? MGC — Pediatrics — Union is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To make an appointment, please call 864-429-8846.
Pediatric Christmas Rehabilitation Party
Tuesday’s open house is not the only pediatrics-related event being held by the Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System.
The SRHS also announced Monday that “nearly 500 children will receive an unexpected Christmas gift.”
The press release states that “on Saturday, Dec. 3, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., the 19th Annual Pediatric Rehabilitation Christmas Party will be held in the Spartanburg Medical Center Regional Outpatient Lobby (facing Church Street).
The event is sponsored by the Judy Bradshaw Foundation and the Spartanburg Regional Foundation and “through their generosity, children with developmental disorders will receive gifts that will help them grow and learn. Each gift is selected by the child’s speech, physical or occupational therapist with their specific needs in mind. For example, a child with speech disabilities may receive a karaoke machine, or a child who needs help with social situations will receive a play kitchen.”
The event is invitation-only for children in the rehabilitation program and their parents.
This story courtesy of the Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System.