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MAGGIE WASHO Publisher / Editor-in-Chief


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While the burning sensation you feel when eating hot peppers is not physically harmful, it can be painful. When your mouth is on fire, chugging a glass of ice water is not likely to help; that’s because capsaicin is an alkaloid oil and cannot be neutralized in water. The best fire extinguisher? Milk.


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NICK RUSSELL, A COLLEGIATE ATHLETE, WORKS OUT ON THE LIFE FITNESS SYNERGY 360 MACHINE UNDER THE WATCHFUL EYE OF PEAK PERFORMANCE OWNER CHRISTINA LINDSTEDT.

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program that will launch later this month at the Publix in Buckwalter Place and will be expanded over time to all of the supermarket’s locations in Beaufort County. “Our mission is to improve the health of the community,” Baxley said. “One of the ways we’re doing that is by providing residents with different options for medical care, both in brick-and-mortar settings and online.”

offices located in underserved communities in the area. Working with the two doctors are certified physician assistant Michael Petrillo and certified family nurse practitioner Allison Vigil. Petrillo has worked for 10 years in emergency, urgent and primary care, most recently at North Island Medical on Hilton Head Island. Vigil, a Bluffton resident, moved to the practice from Express Care Beaufort. Prior to joining the BMH medical staff EXPRESS CARE AND in November 2018, she worked PRIMARY CARE as a nurse practitioner for the The newly opened past two years and previously Beaufort Memorial Express as a registered nurse in hospital Beaufort Memorial and Publix have partnered to offer in-store Care & Occupational Health emergency rooms and medical offers same-day treatment for practices. telehealth kiosks throughout Beaufort County starting later this month. minor illnesses and injuries. Open seven days a The staff includes four health week, the walk-in clinic care providers, among them allows patients with nonlifeboard-certified emergency threatening medical issues medicine specialist Chip to be treated on the spot Fowlkes, D.O., and boardfor everything from the flu, certified family medicine earaches and a sore throat to specialist Randall Castor, M.D. sprains, urinary tract infections Formerly with Georgia and diarrhea. In addition, the Emergency Associates, Dr. clinic offers immunizations, Fowlkes has practiced in onsite X-ray and lab services, hospital emergency rooms and school, sports and camp in South Carolina, Virginia physicals. and West Virginia since The clinic also treats completing his residency workplace injuries and in 1994 at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. Dr. performs employee physical exams, drug and alcohol testing Castor has worked in both urgent care clinics and a hospital and screenings, including cholesterol and blood pressure emergency department. In 2013, he opened his own urgent care tests. In addition, companies enrolled in Beaufort Memorial’s clinic in Bryson City, North Carolina, and later expanded to five Well at Work program can send employees to the clinic for

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Beaufort Memorial is also the first hospital in South Carolina to offer in-store telehealth kiosks in Publix grocery stores.

Beaufort Memorial has added two new board-certified family medicine specialists to its Bluffton area practices. Dr. Robyn Odzark (left) joined Bluffton Primary Care this summer and Dr. Nikki Keisler (right) will be joining the new May River Primary Care later this month.

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expedited medical services, reducing lost time and workers’ compensation costs. The other half of the May River Pavilion will be occupied later this month by May River Primary Care, offering treatment for acute issues and chronic medical conditions as well as wellness and preventive care. The medical staff includes Dr. Nikki Keisler, a board-certified family medicine specialist most recently affiliated with Palmetto Health Richland in Columbia. In addition to Keisler, BMH recently added another boardcertified family medicine specialist to the medical staff at its Bluffton Primary Care practice in Westbury Park. Dr. Robyn Odzark is a graduate of Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and served three years in a practice affiliated with the University of Michigan Health System before moving to the Lowcountry. OKATIE EXPANSION Beaufort Memorial’s most significant increase in health care services south of the Broad will come in the fall of 2020 when the hospital opens the 70,000-square-foot Okatie Medical Pavilion. Construction of the “medical mall” began in May on a 19-acre site located on Okatie Center Boulevard. “The building will replace the current Bluffton Medical Services facility in Westbury Park and bring additional access to care for residents of Southern Beaufort County,” Baxley said. Okatie Medical Pavilion also will include OB-GYN and orthopaedic practices, as well as regularly scheduled clinics with specialists in cardiology, gastroenterology, general surgery, vascular surgery and neurology. It will house a breast health center and Beaufort Memorial’s second full-service cancer center, operating in partnership with MUSC Health and Alliance Oncology. Subspecialists from MUSC Health will provide in-person and telemedicine consultations as well. Additional services will include outpatient rehabilitation, laboratory and imaging, as well as the hospital’s third walk-in clinic in the county. “We’ll be recruiting staff for the facility and increasing area residents’ access to medical and radiation oncologists, primary and urgent care providers, GI and vascular physicians, and other medical specialties,” Baxley said. “It’s all part of our plan to meet the health care needs of the community.”

Artist rendering of the new Beaufort Memorial Okatie Medical Pavilion scheduled to open late next year. The facility will house primary care, OB-GYN and orthopaedic practices, an immediate care clinic and cancer center, as well as several specialists from Beaufort Memorial and MUSC. C2 MAGAZINE

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SAVE THE DATE HILTON HEAD PLANTATION CRAFTERS FALL CRAFT AND BAKE SALE! October 19, 2020 Christ Lutheran Church from 9am-2pm All proceeds benefit Hospice Care of the Lowcountry.

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15TH ANNUAL HISTORIC BLUFFTON ARTS & SEAFOOD FESTIVAL October 12 - 20, 2019 Old Town Bluffton Calhoun Street blufftonartsandseafoodfestival.com


CH2’S SALUTE TO DADS PAPA’S GOT A BRAND-NEW BAG

CH2 CELEBRATE HILTON HEAD!

CB2 CELEBRATE BLUFFTON & BEYOND

HAPPY FATHER’S DAY

MARCH 2019

HOW TWO LOCAL GUYS CHANGED FATHERHOOD FOREVER

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FEATURING THE NICE GUYS

SUMMER’S MUST-HAVE ACCESSORIES

HAIRSTYLISTS

DADPRENEURS MEET COVER MODEL AND FATHER, JIM BANNON, AS WELL AS SEVERAL OTHER AMAZING LOWCOUNTRY DADS

WITH TRIPS TO ICELAND, TOY STORY LAND AND ST. AUGUSTINE

8 Beach Bars

THE SPEAKEASY LIVES ON AT THE WHISKEY ROOM JOHN CRANFORD’S COLIGNY THEATRE

plus LOCAL PRIVATE SCHOOL ROUND-UP TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM

VERY VERA STEWART

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CB2’S SUMMER TRAVEL SECTION

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APRIL 2018

CH2 CELEBRATE HILTON HEAD!

RBC HERITAGE RETURNS

WITH THE ISLAND PACKET’S

JUNE 2019

MUSICIANS IN BATHROOMS

Plus LOWCOUNTRY

IT’S TIME TO CRUISE INTO HARBOUR TOWN FOR THE RBC HERITAGE!

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DRINKS WITH SEA TURTLE AMBASSADOR AMBER KUEHN

2018:

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THIS YEAR WILL CHANGE EVERYTHING RENOVATIONS THAT SELL: HOT HOME IMPROVEMENTS EVERYBODY WANTS

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Celebrate Hilton Head Magazine - September 2019  

Editor's Note, Mayors, The Many Faces of Food and Beverage, Women Chefs in the Lowcountry, 8 Healthy Lunches Spots, 7 New Restaurants to Sav...

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Editor's Note, Mayors, The Many Faces of Food and Beverage, Women Chefs in the Lowcountry, 8 Healthy Lunches Spots, 7 New Restaurants to Sav...

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